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 Duct system are a major source of indoor air pollution. Dust, dirt, pollen, animal hair, dust mites and other airborne contaminates are pulled into your duct system every time your furnace or air conditioner runs. These particles whisk through the vents and spew into the air that your family breathes. Over time, these contaminates buildup inside the ductwork and can make your duct system an ideal breeding ground for mold spores, bacteria, fungus, mildew and other microbes. Regular maintenance of your air duct heating and cooling system offers many advantages. Every HVAC system needs to be cleaned.

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Our technicians will thoroughly pre-inspect your home`s air duct system. You will be informed of the air duct cleaning process. Our technicians will clean all registers/ grilles, and the entire air duct system using a powerful vacuum along with specialized tools. Our Technicians may need to zone off areas to ensure that the entire system is cleaned properly.

Professional duct cleaning can save you money on energy bills and clean up the ducts. At UAE Air Duct, We pride ourselves to be the best duct cleaning service in the area. We`re your one-stop shop for all things air duct related.

So, the next time you`re in the market for duct cleaning, duct repair, replacement ducts , consider giving us a call for, Home air duct cleaning, Commercial air duct cleaning.



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How to use powder as a carpet cleaner

Using powder is a great way to clean your carpet. This is the best strategy for cleaning your carpet with powder, whether it`s a powdered carpet cleaner or baking soda:

  1. Sprinkle the powder liberally over the carpet.

  2. Leave the powder for at least 30 minutes – but if you can leave it overnight, all the better – this gives the cleaner time to work, softening the stains and consuming the odours.

  3. Vacuum up the powder when you’re done.

How to use carpet shampoo 

Carpet shampoo is another popular way to clean your carpets. There are many different brands of carpet shampoo, so make sure that you follow the guidance on the label.

  1. Make up the solution as directed on the packaging. In many cases, the product will need to be diluted with water.

  2. Use just enough carpet shampoo to cover the area.

  3. Do not make the carpet too wet – not only is this a waste of detergent, but it’s also going to increase drying time.

  4. Scrub on the particularly stubborn areas using a hard-bristled brush.

  5. Let the carpet dry.

  6. Vacuum the shampoo once it has dried.

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One thing that you should note is the types of cleaners which are made for different types of fabrics. So, you should check your furniture to see what type of furniture cleaning agent it requires. Generally, you should fine a letter code under your cushion (W,S,SW,X) which is explained below.

The meanings for each of the letters are as follows:

  • W: Water-based cleaning agents or foam can be used. Only distilled water should be used. Do not use tap water because it contains minerals which can cause rings or fading.

  • S: Solvent based cleaning agents should be used. These are mild, water-free cleaning solvents. Water should not be used on these types of materials at all.

  • SW: Solvent and water-based cleaning agents such as foam or mild water-free cleaning solvents can be used. However, only distilled water should be used. Do not use tap water.

  • X: Professional Cleaning: It should only be cleaned by vacuuming or light brushing to remove dirt. Water-based or Solvent-based cleaning agents should not be used on this type of material. However, in this circumstance, it is recommended that you find a professional upholstery cleaning service.

Hopefully with this information, it will guide you in the right direction and show you the process of furniture cleaning.

The Upholstery Cleaning Process

Furniture can be made from various types of materials. However, the most common material used on furniture are synthetic fibers such as nylon, acrylic and polyester. These fibers cost less but they’re also better at being repellent to stains so if you’re able to clean your couch as soon as possible, there’ll be a lower chance of having it permanently stained.

Also, when your cleaning your furniture, you should ensure to not get any liquid/cleaning agents on any metal or wooden parts. These parts can rust, corrode, change colors and start to look ugly if they come in contact with water or a cleaning agent. And this is one problem you definitely do not want to deal with. So bear this in mind in the furniture cleaning process.

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  • Alcohol, Coffee, Tea, Liquid Foods and Urine.

    Blot up surplus spillage. Use detergent vinegar solution. Work from the outer edge of the stain inwards, using a little at a time, blotting up with dry cloths frequently. See below for final rinse procedure.

  • Chocolate, Sweets, Blood, Glue, Ice Cream, Milk, Soft Drinks and Vomit.

    Scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use a detergent solution starting at the outer edge. Blot dry. Follow up with Ammonia Solution. Blot dry. See below for final rinse procedure.

  • Solids, Fats, Tar, Chewing Gum. Oil, Ointment and Shoe Polish.

    Scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use a dry cleaning solution followed by Detergent and Vinegar Solution. Blot dry. See below for final rinse procedure.

  • Unknown Stains

    Scrape up or blot surplus spillage. Use a dry cleaning solvent followed by clean warm water. Blot dry. If further treatment is needed, use either Detergent or Detergent and Vinegar Solution. Blot dry. See below for final rinse procedure.

For spot and stain removal you will need the four basic solutions listed below:

  • Dry cleaning Solution - surgical spirit.

  • Detergent Solution - One teaspoonful of gentle detergent for washing woolens to 0.75 liters (a half pint) of warm water.

  • Detergent and Vinegar Solution - Add one tablespoon of white (not malt) vinegar to the Detergent solution.

  • Ammonia Solution - One teaspoonful of branded household ammonia (available from hardware stores) to one cup of warm water.

Final Rinse Procedure
This rinse procedure is applicable to all the above methods of spot and stain removal. Simply mix one part white vinegar and four parts water. Pour mixture into spray bottle and spay over the stained area. Blot dampened area (do not rub) to remove excess moisture. Spread white kitchen towel (stacked 6-8 sheets deep) over the affected area and place a weight, such as a book, directly on top. This will help the moisture residue to soak into the towels. Leave overnight and repeat if necessary.

Here are important spot removal tips to keep in mind:

  • When a spot or stain occurs, act quickly! The longer it remains on the fabric, the harder it is to get out!

  • Use clean white towels and blot the stain from the outer edge of the stain inward.

  • Apply the appropriate spot remover as directed for each type of stain (see below).

  • Always work toward the centre of the spot.

  • Repeat steps if necessary, and always blot between steps with a clean white towel.

  • Always do a spot removal test on a portion of fabric that is normally not visible.

  • Never use bleach!

Remember, these tips are suggested treatments only! If you have any doubts about a particular stain, or if it is an extremely difficult stain, please call us at 800 7076 Churchill cannot be held accountable for any damage resulting from the spot removal tips.


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