LATHAM, NY — You still have time to register for the upcoming Cleanfax webcast, Carpet Challenges: Spot/Stain Removal and Deodorizing, to be held on June 4, at 3 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

To be presented is a selection of spot and stain removal and deodorizing tips that will help you with your technical expertise.

Jeff Cross, senior editor of Cleanfax magazine, will moderate this webcast, and he is teaming up with industry experts who have the answers for removing the toughest spots and stains and effectively dealing with malodor challenges.

Anyone attending this free, one hour webcast will take away specific strategies to improve technical skills and become more proficient and effective carpet cleaners.

Attendees will learn:

  • How to tell the difference between a spot and a stain.
  • How to identify spotting or staining materials.
  • How to determine best cleaning procedures.
  • How to choose the appropriate cleaning solutions.
  • How to better locate malodors in carpet for targeted deodorizing.
  • And so much more.

Presenters for the event include:

Jeff Cross, senior editor of Cleanfax magazine: Jeff is the moderator of this webinar. He will outline steps to increase profitability with specialized spot and stain removal and deodorizing, and also present solid tips and advice that every carpet cleaning technician must know to prepare for the toughest jobs.

Ron Toney, the School of Surface Technology: Ron is an all-around fabric expert, and is a certified carpet inspector. His expertise and advice that he will share in regards to spot and stain removal is what every cleaning technician needs to improve technical skill and learn specific techniques for better cleaning results.

Scott Warrington, Interlink Supply/Bridgepoint: Scott is a true cleaning veteran and one of his specialties is in odor control, specifically those caused by pets. His presentation will outline practical procedures that really work, solutions that don’t “mask” odor problems, but removes them completely.

Click here to sign up for this free webcast.