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Read on to learn about our favorite home cleaning tips, as well as the latest information on Chem-Dry’s revolutionary cleaning methods.

How to Remove Blood From Anything


Blood can be one of the trickiest stains to remove. Even a single drop of it on your carpets, grout or wood floors could get absorbed and linger there for months, a dark crimson stain on your otherwise beautiful home. Luckily there are cleaning methods you can do at home that can brush the blood away. All it takes is persistence and some good old fashioned elbow grease.

At Dr. Chem-Dry Carpet & Tile Cleaning, our cleaners are magicians who can make stains disappear with a snap of their fingers. There’s no stain, blood or otherwise, that we can’t clean. If you’ve got a blood stain in your home, try one of these methods for cleaning it up. And if you follow our instructions and the blood won’t go away, give us a call: We’d be happy to make our magic happen for you.


upholstery for newborns

Bringing home a new bundle of joy can be a nerve-wracking experience. Not only do you have to care for this tiny, delicate human, you’ve got to make sure that your home doesn’t hurt them… and that they don’t hurt your home. Kids can do a number on your furniture and flooring. “Baby-proof” your home by getting the right kind of upholstery.

At Dr. Chem-Dry, we know which kinds of upholstery are tough enough to take whatever your newborns and young children can dish out. Adding a new member to your family? If so, consider picking one of these three upholsteries.


5 Ways to Protect Your Stone Floors

stone flooring

Just because stone is tougher than wood flooring doesn’t mean that it does not need to be protected. Stone is a porous material that can get damaged pretty easily if you’re not careful.

At Dr. Chem-Dry Carpet & Tile Cleaning, we know what needs to be done to keep your stone floorings looking as good as new. Here are five ways to protect your stone floors.                                                                                                                                             (more…)

Is My Carpet Balding?

balding, carpet

It can happen to the best of us. You get some beautiful carpet put in, and for years it serves you well. Then one day you notice something is amiss: Where once there was a full carpet there are now bald patches of missing fibers! What could have caused this? And how could it have been prevented?

At Dr. Chem-Dry Carpet & Tile Cleaning we know how unwelcome a development this can be. Are you wondering how you can tell if your carpet is balding? And what you can do about it? Read on as we address these pressing questions.