Furniture Protector Tabs 3 inches X 3 inches Plastic Coated to Prevent Wood and Rust Stains after Carpet Cleaning
(About 1000 per box) Item # 30465
from Bane-Clene® Corp.
ALWAYS place furniture tabs and foam blocks to prevent wood stains like this after cleaning carpet and upholstery. Don’t end up having to come back to remove YOUR stain on YOUR customer’s carpet! BE A PROFESSIONAL!
Wet carpet can cause wood stains or rust if furniture is set directly on it. Furniture and other items with legs must be put on furniture protector tabs after cleaning the carpet or rug. Furniture and other items without legs have to be kept off the carpet with foam blocks to allow the carpet underneath to “breathe” and dry. Tabs and blocks prevent bleeding of wood stains and rust from metal objects onto carpet and rug fibers.
Advise your customer to wait for the carpet to dry completely before removing furniture off of the furniture tabs or blocks. Of course, if your customer is elderly or has physical limitations such as a bad back, volunteer to return to remove the tabs and blocks.
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