The word “clean” may mean something different to the customer or the legal system than it does to the professional. You might not know as much as you think.
Junk science is the base of many cleaners’ understanding of pH in cleaning, but it doesn’t have to be.
Many technicians are taught “one size fits all” guidelines regarding carpet cleaning and pH, but the truth is actually much more complex.
Rust-removal products have a colorful history. How do the safer modern removers compare to the acid-based ones of the past?
Absorbent compound is underutilized and misunderstood. Here’s what you should know.
Solution dyed carpets are colorfast, or are they? Here’s what you need to know.
At a certain point, cleaning and repair techniques can no longer restore a carpet’s appearance. Here’s how to determine when it’s time to replace the carpet.
It takes three actions to make it happen and improve cleaning effectiveness.
So you took the IICRC Color Repair Technician class. How about now? Are you doing the work? Here’s why you may not be…
The electronic pH pen has become a time machine that allows cleaners to see potential disasters. Here are several things to watch out for.