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I'm gong to try once again. I have some carpets that desperately need cleaning. The last time I asked about possible carpet cleaners in David, several years ago, the only reply I received was about a car wash that runs them through the car wash and then puts them out in the sun to dry. At least one of my carpets is too nice to trust to a car wash. Surely there are some folks here and/or in David who have had carpets professionally cleaned. Does anyone know where?
In the new phone book there are three cleaning services in David.
Chiricana de Servicios........774-6685
BTW, the new phone books are at the Cable and Wireless office and are free.
Thanks. The phone book I have is about five years old. I got it back when I had a land line (that never worked). I'll stop by for a new one.
could you please tell me where 'cable and wireless office' is located?
Take a left at MultiBank and right at the next corner. It is a couple blocks or so on your left, on a hill. It has a chain link fence.
oh yes....of course. i know where that is. thank you very much.
Let me know if you find someone to clean oriental carpets such as Turkish rugs.
I just cleaned a 2 large rugs with scotchgard carpet cleaner which I purchased at Do it Center... I thought it worked great.
I've done that, and I've cleaned with a hand-held cleaning machine (Little Green Machine). But they're beyond that. I have two dogs and a cat. They need deep cleaning.
Well, my rugs had never been cleaned and I have dogs too....perhaps your pile is thicker than mine.....
Does anyone know whether Perisian or Turkish rugs can be cleaned with a pressure washer. (We just bought a new one yesterday at Pricesmart, and, for what it cost, I'd like to make maximum use of it.)
Bonnie, not sure if you can use a pressure washer on the Oriental/Turkish rugs if they are hand knotted rugs. Wonder if the knots might get loose? But then again, what do I know?!?! :-)
Some Internet sites say you can if the PSI isn't too high and you hold the nozzle far enough away (a foot or so). But this might be riskier than the car wash. In any case, it would have to be done during the dry season, so I'll have plenty of time to gather information and advice. Thanks for your thoughts, Manzar.