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A Unique Carpet Cleaning Offer You Don’t Want to Miss!

Friday, October 30, 2015, Carpet Cleaning

A lot of our customers tell us that they are going to wait to have their carpets cleaned until after all the holidays because family members and friends inevitably spill food and drinks like wine on their carpets, and they know they’ll have to get them cleaned anyway. We say, don’t wait! Get them cleaned 

What Does Your Carpet’s Warranty Mean?

Sunday, May 3, 2015, Carpet Cleaning

Most of the time, when you purchase a new carpet in the US, you can expect a product that will last many years. However, sometimes there are problems. And when there are problems, such as excessive wear in a short amount of time, you’ll want to check to see if that problem is covered by the 

Fabric Protection Really Does Work

Tuesday, February 10, 2015, Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery Cleaning

One of the best ‘feel good’ experiences you can enjoy is having freshly-cleaned carpet or furniture. And then, disaster happens in form of red wine, tomato sauce, bright red Kool-Aid or pet urine. So you franticaly apply all kinds of household cleaning products and scrub, scrub, scrub. That new spot looks a bit better but it’s still 

Why Is Unique Upholstery, Carpet & Rug Cleaning So Unique?

Wednesday, January 28, 2015, Carpet Cleaning, The Unique Method

Compared to most steam cleaners (also called hot water extraction method cleaners): Unique always rotary shampoos all carpet to agitate and dissolve water and oil-based soil. Unique always cleans right to the edge of all carpet, including the corners of every room. Unique always confers with clients before beginning in order to find out all 

Do You Know What’s In Your Carpet Fibers?

Thursday, June 12, 2014, Carpet Cleaning, Uncategorized

Unique Larry is sporting a Hawaiian shirt and dispensing great advice for your carpets.   If you need the BEST carpet, upholstery and rug cleaner in the Chicago North Shore and Northwest Suburbs, give us a call!! And if you just have questions, we’re happy to talk. 847-459-1600

How Often Should I Have My Carpets Cleaned?

Thursday, May 8, 2014, Carpet Cleaning

We recently got this question on our blog:  “How often should I have my carpets cleaned?” Unique Larry’s answer:If there aren’t any pet issues (urine, fecal & vomit), then your carpets should be cleaned roughly once a year with our method of cleaning. You will find that when we thoroughly shampoo followed by a triple 

Is Hard Flooring Really Better Than Carpet?

Tuesday, April 29, 2014, Carpet Cleaning

Have you heard that if you replace your carpets with hard flooring, your indoor air quality will be better and you will have fewer allergies? The fact is, both carpeting and hard flooring can be good or bad for your indoor air quality. It all comes down to maintenance. Carpets have gotten a bad reputation 

Unique Larry’s Tips for Winter Carpet Care

Tuesday, March 4, 2014, Carpet Cleaning, Uncategorized

Winter keeps dragging on. Unique Larry says that the key to protecting your carpets right now while it’s still snowing is to vacuum 2-3 times per week, at least, to make sure that the salt and grit don’t grind in and break down the carpet’s fibers. Then, when Spring is finally here, contact us at 

How to Get Salt Out of Your Carpets Before They Get Damaged

Tuesday, February 25, 2014, Carpet Cleaning, Uncategorized

Wow, this year’s winter storms have been something else! They have done a number on our roads as well as on the floors in our buildings and homes. One place we might not know that is really being hurt by the storms, though, is the carpets beneath our feet. Ice melt, which is the mixture 

Winter Carpet Care is Crucial to Your Carpet’s Longevity

Monday, January 27, 2014, Carpet Cleaning, Uncategorized

When cleaning professionals think about winter floorcare, the focus is usually on hard surfaces. Without question, hard surface floors and carpet can take a real beating when winter comes. Rain, snow, ice, ice melt, sand and grit are all more likely to be tracked into a home during the winter months than during warmer and