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Carpet Cleaning Spring Time Las Vegas There is no wrong time to get a carpet professionally cleaned. It could be argued that each season of the year comes with good and bad factors that necessitate a thorough cleaning. Spring cleaning, however, exists for a reason. People are ready to get on with the warmer weather, and they want to do it with fresh, clean carpeting underfoot. Is your truckmount carpet cleaning equipment ready to get the job done? 

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Here at Cleaning Depot, we can do all your truckmount maintenance needs, engine, blower and pump and all other repairs your truck mount needs. We specialize in preventative maintenance and truckmount repairs. Besides having all parts in stock, we have the best mechanic in town! 

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Aside from the beating heart of your machine (engine), the water pump and vacuum blower are the next in line in terms of importance. These two components are the arms and legs (if you will) that actually get the work done. The oil change frequency and fill requirements are very important to keep track of. As with the engine, the oil inside these components lubricates to avoid overheating. Over the span of an oil change period the oil viscosity breaks down and begins to not lubricate as well as it should, this is why the oil change periods are specified...

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And while we’re on the topic of oil levels, DO NOT overfill your engine with oil… the only thing worse than no oil is too much oil. Your engine is made to take a specific amount of oil and if you put too much in it then an excess of pressure builds within the crankcase and will blow oil seals out left and right. The best thing to do before refilling is to refer back to the engine manual to find the specifications for changing the oil with a new oil filter. This value is fairly specific but we recommend...

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How to Spot a Spot To accurately identify spots and stains, you’ll have to use your senses. There’s no magic trick to identification: it just takes a good eye, intuition, and practice. Start by running through your mental checklist: What does it look like? What does it feel like? Is it crusty, greasy, waxy, hard, etc.? What does it smell like? (Yes, this really helps!) Then, note the location for context clues. For instance, if there’s a brown spot near the front door, it’s more likely to be something tracked in from the outside rather than, say, a coffee spill....

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