Carpet in the lunchroom?!

COFFEE? CRANBERRY JUICE? NO WORRIES.

Like you, milliCare carpet care professionals are passionate about keeping your facility’s carpet looking and performing as great as the first day it was installed.

A SUIT OF ARMOR FOR EVERY FIBER.

One way to keep carpet looking new longer is applying milliCare’s Fiber Protector. This subsurface technology acts as an anti-soiling agent, repelling dirt inside and out, reducing cleaning time and cost.

AVOID DAMAGE

Most commercial carpet is made of plastic, and the dirt in your carpet is mostly sand. Imagine the daily damage carpet fibers endure as dirt grinds away diminishing appearance and exposing fibers to irreversible damage. But with milliCare, the best carpet maintenance providers, you can protect your investment in flooring from deteriorating over time.

A restorative clean and fiber protection from milliCare will preserve your carpet for years to come. milliCare’s Fiber Protector solution protects your carpet in two ways:
One

The anti-soiling agent repels dirt and spots. It also protects the fiber from abrasive soil. That makes vacuuming easier, reduces cleaning time, cuts maintenance and utility costs, and prolongs the life of your carpet.

 

Two

Dye sites are built into carpet fibers to hold dye, so without a stain preventative, your next spill could add an unwanted, permanent color to your carpet. milliCare’s anti-staining compound technology prevents stains from binding1 to the dye sites, keeping your carpet spotless on the floor and off of your repair list.

1milliCare’s Fiber Protector will not affect the color of the fiber. It does, however, make a significant difference in the ability to remove soil and spots from the carpet. The result: Your flooring investment lasts longer as carpet retains its appearance.

IT'S NOT TOO LATE.

The best time to begin safeguarding your carpet is the day it is installed, but we understand that isn’t always possible. For more mature carpet, it’s never too late to add a layer of milliCare’s Fiber Protector, especially in and around break rooms, copier rooms, cafeterias, restrooms, and any high-traffic areas.