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Our Secret to Clean Interiors

The 3  parts of cleaning
Combat stains

 

How do we get those interiors so clean? I’d like to say its simple… but its not.

There are 3 weapons we use in the fight against stains. Its important to use a perfectly balanced combination to achieve the goal, but not to damage the delicate material being cleaned. The idea is to apply the smallest amount of medicine to achieve the greatest treatment.

1- The Chemical of Choice: We use anything ranging from soap-water to industrial strength acids. We have to make sure the chemical reacts well with the material. Its very easy to fade colors or even burn holes and end up with very unhappy customers. For that reason we are trained on how to use the strongest but safest chemical for the current situation.

2- The Tool of Choice: A gentle microfiber towel is used for light stains on gentle materials. Step it up a few notches to a strong bristled brush used to destroy deep set stains. Use the wrong combo and you’ll damage the material beyond repair. For that reason we are trained on our brush options and their normal uses.

3- Elbow Grease: This refers to the amount of scrub you put into the job at hand. Are you applying the chemical and using the brush to gently touch the area? Or are sweating as you bust your hump to get that stain out? I’ll tell you that you don’t want to scrub delicate material too hard. This is the final weapon, are we don’t want to scrub too hard if we don’t have too. Its easier for the cleaner to watch the stain disappear than to make it disappear!

 

As you can see, you can mix and match these variables to achieve the perfect solution for your problem. If you go to the wrong detailer, you may have a rude awakening. Let K. Wallace Signature Detail put their skills to the test.

 

K. Wallace Signature Detail LLC 

11 Sackman St. Brooklyn NY 11233

TEL: (347) 871-2633

 

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