Time to upgrade your carpet cleaner!

It is time for you to upgrade to the Rotovac 360i. We only use the best technology & cleaning solutions. Our Rotary Extraction Power Head utilizes rotary vacuum heads to thoroughly deep clean carpet with hundreds of multi-directional cleaning passes. Leaving your carpet cleaner and drier every single time.

Our unique hydrogen peroxide technology is multi-purpose. It cleans, deodorizes and disinfects. Encapsulating technology fights re-soiling and leaves no residue on carpets.

 

Most carpet cleaners today still use the old manual scrub wand method simply because it has been around for over 40 years. Using a manual wand requires a great deal of physical labor and only cleans from two directions, often producing only mediocre results. The manual wand is old technology and should have been retired decades ago.

 

 

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3  Step Cleaning Process   1. Pre Spray     2.Deep Scrub    3.Powerful Steam Extraction

Let’s face it, it’s tough to get excited about the need to clean your carpets.  We understand how you feel.  We try our best to make this process as seamless for you as we can.  It’s our desire to get in and do the job efficiently with as minimal “downtime” to you and your lifestyle as possible.

Our process  disinfects, deodorizies and Sanitizes each Area. Leaving No left over residue!

As a homeowner or business owner, you have to juggle a lot of different responsibilities each day, and it can be easy for little things to fall through the cracks, such as tile and grout cleaning.  Since 2006, Impact Brands Usa has been offering hassle-free, reliable and affordable tile and grout cleaning.

Cleaning Tips & Tricks

Adhesive tape, chewing gum,

rubber cement:

  1. Apply ice or cold water to harden surface; scrape with a dull knife.

  2. Saturate with prewash stain remover or cleaning fluid.

  3. Rinse, then launder.

Baby formula:

  1. Pretreat conversely soak stains using a product containing enzymes.

  2. Soak for at least 30 minutes or several hours for aged stains

  3. Launder.

Baked Beans : 

Working from the back of the stain, flush it with cold water. Next, pretreat it with liquid laundry detergent, using an up-and-down motion with a soft brush to break up the stain. Rinse well. Then sponge with white vinegar and rinse again. Repeat, treating the stain with liquid detergent, then with white vinegar until you’ve removed as much stain as possible. Pretreat with a prewash stain remover and launder with bleach that’s safe for the fabric.

Barbeque Sauce:
Treat the same as for baked beans. If the stain remains after laundering with bleach, rub in liquid laundry detergent and soak in warm water for up to 30 minutes. Launder again.

Beverages (coffee, tea, soft drinks, wine, alcoholic beverages)

  1. Sponge or soak stain in cool water.

  2. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, liquid laundry detergent, liquid detergent booster or paste of powder laundry product and water.

  3. Launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric, or oxygen bleach.

NOTE: Older stains may respond to pretreating or soaking in a product containing enzymes, then laundering.

Blood Fresh
Soak in cold water (do not use hot water as it will set blood stains). Launder.
Dried Stains
Pretreat or soak in warm water with a product containing enzymes. Launder.
NOTE: If stain remains, rewash using bleach safe for fabric.

Bodily fluids

  1. Pretreat or soak in a product containing enzymes.

  2. Launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric, or oxygen bleach.

Brown or yellow discoloration from iron, rust, manganese Use a rust remover recommended for fabrics; launder.
NOTE: Do not use a sodium hypochlorite bleach to remove rust stains because it may intensify discoloration

ButterPretreat with a prewash stain remover and launder, using the hottest water that’s safe for the fabric.

Candle wax:

  1. Scrape off surface wax with a dull knife.

  2. Place stain between clean paper towels and press with a warm iron. Replace paper towels frequently to absorb more wax and to avoid transferring stains.

  3. Place stain face down on clean paper towels. Sponge remaining stain with prewash stain remover or cleaning fluid; blot with paper towels. Let dry.

  4. Launder.

NOTE: If any color remains, rewash using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric, or oxygen bleach.

NOTE: If stain remains, rewash using
Chocolate When the stain strikes, gently scrape off any excess chocolate. Once you get the item home, soak it in cool water. Then pretreat with a prewash stain remover and launder in the hottest water that’s safe for the fabric. a bleach safe for fabric.

Collar, cuff soil

  1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, liquid laundry detergent or paste of powder detergent and water.

  2. Launder.

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Cosmetics

  1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, liquid laundry detergent, the paste of powder detergent or laundry additive and water. Or, rub with bar soap.

  2. Launder.

Crayon For a Few Spots:

  1. Treat the same as candle wax or dampen the stain and rub with bar soap,

  2. Launder using hottest water safe for fabric.

For a Whole Load of Clothes:

  1. Wash with hot water using laundry soap and 1 cup (212 g) baking soda.

NOTE: If color remains, launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric. Otherwise, pretreat or soak in a product containing enzymes or an oxygen bleach using hottest water safe for fabric, then launder.

Dairy products

  1. Pretreat or soak stains using a product containing enzymes.

  2. Soak for at least 30 minutes or several hours for aged stains.

  3. Launder.

Deodorants, antiperspirants Light Stains:

  1. Pretreat with liquid laundry detergent. Launder.

Heavy Stains:

  1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover. Allow standing for 5 to 10 minutes.

  2. Launder using oxygen bleach.

Dye transfer

  1. Attempt restoration of white fabrics that have picked up color from other fabrics by using a packaged color remover, following label directions.

  2. Launder.

NOTE: If dye remains, launder again using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric. For non-colorfast fabrics, soak in oxygen bleach, then launder.
NOTE: This type of stain may be prevented if proper sorting and laundering procedures are followed.Egg

  1. Pretreat or soak stains using a product containing enzymes.

  2. Soak for at least 30 minutes or several hours for aged stains.

  3. Launder.

Fabric softener

  1. Dampen the stain and rub with bar soap.

  2. Rinse out, then launder.

Fruit, juices Wash with bleach safe for fabric.

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Grass Pretreat or soak in a product containing enzymes.
NOTE: If stain persists, launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric, or oxygen bleach.

Grease, oil Light Stains:

  1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, liquid laundry detergent or liquid detergent booster.

  2. Launder using hottest water safe for fabric.

Heavy Stains:

  1. Place stain face down on clean paper towels. Apply cleaning fluid to back of stain.

  2. Replace paper towels under stain frequently.

  3. Let dry, rinse. Launder using hottest water safe for fabric.

Ice CreamPretreat or soak stains using a product containing enzymes. Soak for at least 30 minutes – longer if the stains are old. Launder, using the warmest water that’s safe for the fabric.

Ink NOTE: Some links in each of the following categories _ ballpoint, felt tip, liquid- may be impossible to remove, Laundering may set some types of ink. Try pretreating using one of the following methods:
Prewash Stain Remover:

  1. Pre-treat using a prewash stain remover. Launder.

Denatured Alcohol or Cleaning Fluid:

  1. Sponge the area around the stain with the alcohol or cleaning fluid before applying it directly on the stain.

  2. Place stain face down on clean paper towels. Apply alcohol or cleaning fluid to back of stain. Replace paper towels frequently.

  3. Rinse thoroughly. Launder.

Alternate Method for Denatured Alcohol or Cleaning Fluid:

  1. Place stain over a mouth of a jar or glass; hold fabric taut.

  2. Drip the alcohol or cleaning fluid through the stain so the ink will drop into the container as it is being removed.

  3. Rinse thoroughly. Launder.

Ketchup

Note: Avoid dabbing at it as this can spread the stain. 

  1. Remove any excess ketchup with a spoon or knife, but be careful not to rub it into the fabric.

  2. If the garment is washable, remove the garment as soon as possible and run cold water through the stain from the backside to force the stain out of the clothing.

Maple Syrup

Maple syrup or corn syrup stains should be removed as soon as possible.

  1. Begin by using a blunt kitchen knife to remove any excess syrup still on the fabric.

  2. For washable fabrics, flush with cool to warm water from the back of the stain.

  3. Pretreat with a stain remover or liquid laundry detergent and let sit for several minutes. Rinse well.

  4. Wash as recommended according to the garment label.

  5. Don’t put in the dryer until the stain is gone!

Mayonnaise

Pretreat with a prewash stain remover and then launder, using the hottest water that’s safe for the fabric.

Mildew NOTE: Badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair.
1. Launder stained items using
a bleach safe for fabric and hottest water recommended for fabric.

Milk

See dairy products.

Mud 1. When dry, brush off as much mud as possible.
Light Stains:
2. Pretreat with a paste of powder detergent and water, liquid laundry detergent or a liquid detergent booster. Launder.
Heavy Stains:
1. Pretreat or presoak with laundry detergent or a product containing enzymes. Launder.

Mustard Flush under cold water to loosen the stain, and then pretreated with a prewash stain remover. Launder, using the hottest water that’s safe for the fabric. Add bleach to the wash also – preferably chlorine bleach. (Check the care label to see if it is safe for the fabric.)

Nail polish NOTE: Nail polish may be impossible to remove.stain
1. Try nail polish remover but do not use on acetate or triacetate fabrics.
2. Place stain face down on clean paper towels. Apply nail polish remover to back of stain. Replace paper towels frequently.
3. Repeat until
disappears, if it does.
4. Rinse and launder.

Paint Water-based Paint:
1. Rinse fabric in warm water while stains are still wet.
2. Launder.
NOTE: Once the paint is dry, it cannot be removed.
Oil-based Paint and Varnish:
1. Use the same solvent the label on the can advises for a thinner.
2. If not available, use turpentine.
3. Rinse.
4. Pretreat with prewash stain remover, bar soap or laundry detergent.
5. Rinse and launder.

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Perfume 1. Pretreat with prewash stain remover or liquid laundry detergent.
2. Launder.

Perspiration 1.Use a prewash stain remover or rub with bar soap
NOTE: If perspiration has changed the color of the fabric, apply ammonia to fresh stains or white vinegar to old stains; rinse.
2. Launder using hottest water safe for fabric.
NOTE: Stubborn stains may respond to washing in a product containing enzymes or oxygen bleach in
.hottest water safe for fabric.

Pine resin

1. Sponge the stained area with a dry-cleaning solvent; let it air-dry.
2. Soak the stain in a solution of one cup of liquid laundry detergent and a few drops of ammonia (Caution: Never mix chlorine bleach and ammonia - the resulting fumes are hazardous) for at least 30 minutes.
3. Launder using liquid laundry detergent.

Scorch NOTE: Badly scorched fabrics may be damaged beyond repair.
1. Launder using sodium hypochlorite bleach, if safe for fabric. Or, soak in oxygen bleach and hot water, then launder.

Shoe polish Liquid Shoe Polish
1. Pretreat with a paste of powder detergent and water.
2. Launder.
Paste Shoe Polish:
1. Scrape residue from fabric with a dull knife.
2. Pretreat with a prewash stain remover or cleaning fluid; rinse.
3. Rub detergent into the dampened area.
4. Launder using
:a bleach safe for fabric.

Soft Drinks

Sponge the stain with cool water or soak it in cool water for about 30 minutes. Pretreat with a prewash stain remover. Launder; if safe for the fabric, add chlorine bleach to the wash.

Tar 1. Scrape residue from fabric.
2. Place stain face down on paper towels. Sponge with cleaning fluid. Replace paper towels frequently to absorb more tar and to avoid transferring stains.
3. Launder in hottest water safe for fabric.

Tobacco

1. Dampen stain and rub with bar soap; rinse
2. Pretreat or soak in a product containing enzymes.
3. Launder.
NOTE: If stain remains, launder again using
.a bleach safe for fabric.

Typewriter correction fluid 1. Let the stain dry thoroughly, then gently brush excess off with a clothes brush
2. Send to
.professional dry cleaner and mention the type of stain.

WatermellonThese stains fall into that mysterious category of "invisible stains." The drips dry up and the stain seems to disappear. But if left over time, the stains will oxidize into pale yellow or brown stains. To keep this from happening, launder the item in the hottest water that’s safe for the fabric.

WineSponge the stain with cool water or soak it in cool water for about 30 minutes. Pretreat with a prewash stain remover. Launder; if safe for the fabric, add chlorine bleach to the wash. (See video)

Wood Stain

Water-Based Wood Stain

1. Lay down a thick layer of white paper towels. Place the stained clothing on top of the paper towels, with the stain face down on the paper towels.
2. Pour a capful of acetone onto the stain. Dip a clean, white rag into the acetone.
3. Blot the stain with the acetone-soaked rag. Press the stain into the paper towels. Move the stained fabric around the surface of the paper towels to clean areas after each blotting. Rub the stain beginning at the outer edges and working your way toward the center. Continue to blot and rub the clothing until the stain disappears.

 

Oil-Based Wood Stain
1. Place a thick layer of white paper towels on a work surface. Lay the stained fabric facing down on the paper towels.
2. Dip a clean, white rag into mineral spirits.
3. Blot the stain, beginning at the outer edge of the stain. Push the stain into the paper towels to transfer the wood stain from the fabric onto the paper towels. Move the stained fabric from place to place on the paper towel surfaces. Continue to dip the rag into mineral spirits and blot the stain until it is removed.

Launder the garment
• Rinse the garment and launder as usual. Once the clothing is removed from the wash, inspect for any remaining stains. Repeat the stain removal process if necessary before placing the clothing in the dryer.