About Us:

At Scotty Steam Clean, we have been cleaning carpet in Sonoma County and Marin County since 1989 and are a local, family owned business.

  • We have built our business on repeat customers and word of mouth.
  • We go the extra mile to do the best job we can at a fair and honest price.
  • We are a company you can trust.
  • We have no hidden charges.
  • We do not use high pressure sales tactics.
  • We do not use dangerous chemicals
We at Scotty Steam Clean use hot water extraction, also known as steam cleaning. Our method of cleaning carpet allows your carpet to dry faster after cleaning. We can take out many of the tough spots and stubborn stains the other cleaners leave behind. Our products work. They are environmentally friendly and safe for your children and pets.Even though vacuuming can remove most of the dry soil, it is also necessary to clean your carpet on a regular basis to remove the oily, sticky soil that builds up in the pile as a result of cooking vapors, air pollution, and tracked-in dirt from outside. The particles of oily soil deposited on carpet fibers can cause gradual but significant dulling of delicate pastel colors, the color isn't lost but is hidden under the film. If this type of soil is allowed to accumulate, it begins to attract and hold the dry soil. This is the reason cleaning is so important when dulling of the color is first noticed; if allowed to remain too long, it becomes gummy and difficult to remove.

Quick Tips (Spots and Stains):

  1. Treat spills and stains immediately. The longer the spot remains in the carpet, the more difficult it will be to remove. Remove spots before they dry.
  2. Blot up as much of the spot a possible using a clean absorbent white towel or paper towel. If the spot is solid or semi-solid, scrape up with a spatula or rounded spoon. Be careful not to damage the carpet fibers. If the stain is solid, vacuum away as much as possible.
  3. Next pretest any spot removal agent in a inconspicuous area of the carpet to make certain it will not damage the carpet fibers or dye.
  4. To remove the spot, apply a small amount of cleaning solution to the stain or to a white absorbent towel and gently blot away the spot. Do not use a very soapy solution as it will be difficult to completely remove and the residue left in the carpet will re-soil more rapidly. Keep applying solution to a fresh area of the towel and continue to blot until the stain is completely removed. Work from the outside of the spot toward the center, being careful not to spread the stain around.
  5. Do not brush or scrub the spot as this may cause carpet fiber damage.
  6. Repeat step 4 as long as there is a transfer of the stain to the towel. You may have to use another spot removal agent if the spot is not completely removed by the first agent.
  7. After you have removed the spot as much as possible, rinse area with water and blot dry. Next, apply about a 1/2 inch layer of paper towels over the spot and weight down with a book or other heavy flat object. Change the paper towels when they become saturated and allow spot to dry overnight. Remove towels and gently brush the carpet pile with your fingertips to raise the pile. The idea here is that any remaining spot should absorb into the paper towels and vanish from the carpet. This procedure is also good for a spot that reappears after you have removed it. Sometimes it might take two or three applications.
  8. The keys to remember: act quickly, do not let the spot dry if possible, use small amounts of cleaning solution; do not over-wet, always blot, do not rub or brush, work from the outside in toward the middle of the spot, and be patient. Some stains respond very slowly, and some stains cannot be removed due to the fibers and dyes.
  9. Professional help may be needed. But take heart, most spots can be removed if cleaned immediately.

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