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The Geography of Carpet Cleaning

The kinds of soils that are found in carpet will vary from home to home, and business to business. The success of any carpet cleaning can be greatly improved through proper soil identification. It is much easier to remove soil, if you know its composition. One factor that is often overlooked in soil identification is geography.

If you live in Charleston, North Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, Summerville, James Island, Hanahan, Goose Creek or Ladson, the soil that finds its way into your carpet will more than likely be oil based. Our shoes collect these soils as we walk across asphalt pavement.

Here in the Lowcountry, we are blessed with many beautiful beaches. Most carpets on the Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, Folly Beach, Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island are full of particulate soils. There is also an abundance of particulate soil found in rural areas such as Wadmalaw Island, Johns Island and Moncks Corner.

All carpet cleaning solutions will have some success in removing oil based or particulate based soils. But some carpet cleaning solutions target specific soils better than others. One thing that allows Rainbow International to stand out is the diversity of Carpet Cleaning Solutions that we carry in our vans. We carry a solution specifically designed to remove the oil based soils found in Charleston, Mt. Pleasant and Summerville. We also carry a solution specifically designed to remove the particulate soils found on the Isle of Palms, Folly Beach and Kiawah Island.

Rainbow International technicians are thoroughly trained in soil identification. This is one more reason why Rainbow International routinely leaves carpets cleaner than its competitors.