• Alexandra Dodge
    Alexandra Dodge

    5 out of 5 stars

    posted 1 month ago

    We were referred to Absolute Best by a local flooring store we have worked with and were very pleased by the service. The day I called, I spoke to the owner of the company and he got us set-up for the exact date we needed (prior to our move). The price was great, the service was thorough, and everyone we encountered from the company was professional and courteous. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them or use their services again.

    Marc Greenberg
    Marc Greenberg

    5 out of 5 stars

    posted 4 months ago

    I did my homework and researched this company for carpet cleaning. The reviews were positive and have very complimentary of Ron and his team.

    He was quick to respond to my voice message and give a quote based on the square footage (the bill was less due to the physical measurements being less than the approximated square footage)

    I hired the company for carpet cleaning of all the carpet in my home and I am glad that the reviews were spot on.

    Ron is thorough and passionate about his work. He took the time and focus to make sure the carpet was thoroughly cleaned. He explained what he was doing to get rid the badly soiled area.

    The house is being sold and I was very concerned about the carpet condition, I was amazed at how clean they turned out! Ron and his team did an amazing job and I highly recommended Absolute Best Tile and Carpet Cleaning.

    Thank you Ron and your team for a job well done.

    Jane Gallagher
    Jane Gallagher

    5 out of 5 stars

    posted 1 month ago

    I highly recommend absolute best carpet. They did a great job cleaning all my carpets. They were timely , neat and very knowledgeable. I will be using them in the future!

  • Stain Tips-D.I.Y. Guide

    The key to successful spot removal is getting to it as quick as possible. Keep this page book marked, or make a copy of it so you will be able to refer to it when you need it. Be sure to let your friends and family know about this spotting guide so they will be able to use it as well.

    YOUR BASIC SPOT REMOVAL KIT

    Keep the following items on hand so you will be prepared to handle fresh spills on your carpet: Neutral dish detergent such as Joy® or Dawn® (dilute 20:1); clear household ammonia; white vinegar (dilute 1:1); wet spotter such as Spot Gone®; dry spotter such as Dissolve®; paint thinner; hydrogen peroxide (3% solution) for bleaching; denatured or isopropyl alcohol; a good supply of white terry cloths; and a spotting brush. If you have pets, stock a bacteria/enzyme digester such as Liquid Alive®. A wet/dry vac is great to have as well.

    THE 6 STEPS TO REMOVING SPOTS

    1. Catch it while it’s fresh, when chances of removal are 75% better. Don’t iron or hot-air dry until the stain is gone. Heat will set most stains.

    2. First blot up all the liquid and scrape up all the solids you can. On a large liquid spill you can use a wet/dry vac. Be careful not to spread the stain.

    3. Test any chemical you intend to use in a hidden area to make sure it won’t discolor or damage the surface.

    4. Apply spotter and work from the outside of the stain in, to avoid spreading. Blot, don’t scrub; strike with the flat face of a spotting brush if needed to help break up the stain.

    5. Rinse chemical spotters out with water, blot the area dry and feather the edges. Brush or fluff up pile or nap.

    6. On carpet and upholstery, put a thick pad of toweling over the spot, weight it down with books, and leave it there overnight to “wick up” any remaining moisture.