About Us Thuro Clean Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning of Myrtle Beach, SC!

From our family to yours!!

From our family to yours!!

Meet Your Myrtle Beach Carpet Cleaning Team!

Located in Myrtle Beach, SC, Thuro Clean Carpet and Upholstery, LLC. has been serving our neighbors all over the Grand Strand since 2005. For the past 10 years the Inman family has strived to       exceed the expectations of our clients by providing well trained, hard working professionals.  Thuro Clean does the best job possible at low prices for all its customers. Thuro Clean strives to service the community one day at a time. This is what sets them apart and makes them stand out in the community.

Our Myrtle Beach area residential division has served thousands throughout Horry and Georgetown counties, and they have the knowledge and know how to get your floors looking great once again.

Our commercial division is large enough to tackle even the largest buildings resorts, stores, restaurants etc. Thuro Clean Carpet and Upholstery, LLC. not only has truck mounted units but we also have portable units so we do not have to drag hoses throughout your facility or hang them from balcony railings inconveniencing your customers or guests. We also offer after hours cleaning so there is no loss in productivity or inconvenience to you, your staff, or your business!

As a competitive company Thuro Clean is looking to build a lasting relationships with all their customers, so with that said we are willing to compare prices for all residential & commercial services we provide. So if you are currently using our services and find our prices to be higher than our competitors Please feel free to call and compare the competitors prices before changing to another service provider.

Thuro Clean also makes it a point to rectify any problems that occur during a job that they may be responsible for. This is how they continue to build relationships with their customers, which is the most important part of their business.

Thuro Clean Carpet and Upholstery, LLC. also offers a long line of other services including dryer vent and air duct cleaning, upholstery cleaning, and draperies to name a few.

Contact us today to meet with one of our professionals for a free consultation to see how we can best serve you!

So when in need of a quality clean call the team at 1-855-thuroclean or 843-903-6895

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Got tomato stains? Here's some tips to treat them!

1. First you’ll need to remove any excess sauce. A spoon or knife works well for this. Use whichever utensil you prefer to scoop or scrape off the extra tomato sauce. Start at the outer edges and work your way in so that you don’t spread the stain out further.

2. Then, apply club soda or cold water to the stain. You could sprinkle on a little (taking care not to soak the carpet) or use a clean sponge. Blot up as much of the stain as possible with a damp sponge. Then, use a dry paper towel to blot up and dry the area.

3. After that, mix about a tablespoon of liquid dish detergent to two cups of cool water. Using a clean sponge or cloth, blot and gently stroke the stain with the detergent solution. Rinse afterward with cold water.

4. The stain might have disappeared by this point. If so, fantastic! Dry the spot thoroughly and rejoice. If not, carry on with step #5.

5.Mix 1 tablespoon of ammonia with 1/2 cup cool water (Warning: Be careful with ammonia. Use gloves. Never mix it with chlorine bleach. Do a test patch before applying to your carpet because it can bleach darker colors). Apply the ammonia solution to the stain and blot up. Don’t soak the carpet. Rinse afterward with cold water and blot up the excess liquid with a paper towel.

6. If the stain isn’t gone after the ammonia solution, create a hydrogen peroxide mixture with 1 tablespoon hydrogen peroxide and 3 tablespoons cold water. (Warning: Be careful with hydrogen peroxide. Use gloves. Do a test patch before applying to your carpet because it can bleach darker colors). Apply the mixture, cover with a towel (to block out light), and let sit for 30 minutes. Check on it every 5 minutes or so, to be sure the color of the carpet isn’t changing. Rinse with cold water afterward and blot up any excess liquid.

7. If your stain still hasn’t disappeared after all of that, call Thuro Clean Carpet & Upholstery LLC. You’ve learned how to remove a tomato sauce stain from carpet and for whatever reason, it isn’t working. If you live in the Myrtle Beach area, let our professional carpet cleaners take over the job for you. This is clearly one stubborn stain!
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Got tomato stains? Heres some tips to treat them! 

1. First you’ll need to remove any excess sauce. A spoon or knife works well for this. Use whichever utensil you prefer to scoop or scrape off the extra tomato sauce. Start at the outer edges and work your way in so that you don’t spread the stain out further.

2. Then, apply club soda or cold water to the stain. You could sprinkle on a little (taking care not to soak the carpet) or use a clean sponge. Blot up as much of the stain as possible with a damp sponge. Then, use a dry paper towel to blot up and dry the area.

3. After that, mix about a tablespoon of liquid dish detergent to two cups of cool water. Using a clean sponge or cloth, blot and gently stroke the stain with the detergent solution. Rinse afterward with cold water. 

4. The stain might have disappeared by this point. If so, fantastic! Dry the spot thoroughly and rejoice. If not, carry on with step #5. 

5.Mix 1 tablespoon of ammonia with 1/2 cup cool water (Warning: Be careful with ammonia. Use gloves. Never mix it with chlorine bleach. Do a test patch before applying to your carpet because it can bleach darker colors). Apply the ammonia solution to the stain and blot up. Don’t soak the carpet. Rinse afterward with cold water and blot up the excess liquid with a paper towel.

6. If the stain isn’t gone after the ammonia solution, create a hydrogen peroxide mixture with 1 tablespoon hydrogen peroxide and 3 tablespoons cold water. (Warning: Be careful with hydrogen peroxide. Use gloves. Do a test patch before applying to your carpet because it can bleach darker colors). Apply the mixture, cover with a towel (to block out light), and let sit for 30 minutes. Check on it every 5 minutes or so, to be sure the color of the carpet isn’t changing. Rinse with cold water afterward and blot up any excess liquid.

7. If your stain still hasn’t disappeared after all of that, call Thuro Clean Carpet & Upholstery LLC.  You’ve learned how to remove a tomato sauce stain from carpet and for whatever reason, it isn’t working. If you live in the Myrtle Beach area, let our professional carpet cleaners take over the job for you. This is clearly one stubborn stain!

Here are some tips for removing chocolate stains from carpet and upholstery!

Scrape and Scoop

Before you can try to remove the chocolate stain from the carpet, you will need to scoop up and scrape away any of the excess solid chocolate sitting on top of the stain. Try not to scrape or rub too hard, as you don’t want the excess to press into the stain.

Waters

Once you have removed all the excess chocolate from around the stain, you should blot the stain on your carpet with only water and a white cloth. Try to avoid using a colored cloth or one with a lot of patterns or decorations so that none of that dye or printing soaks into the stain. Perhaps most important is to be sure not to scrub the stain. Instead of scrubbing, blot the stain gently, pushing your fingertips into the cloth and working around the edge of the stain before focusing on the center.

Check the white cloth every few seconds to get an idea of just how much of the stain you are soaking up out of the carpet. If the cloth is absorbing a lot of the chocolate stain, then there is a chance that you can avoid using any kind of cleaner or solution and successfully remove the chocolate with just water. If there is still some chocolate remaining, you will want to move forward.

Detergent

If you aren’t having success with the cloth and water, you will want to use some household liquid dish soap. Mix a ¼ teaspoon of the dish soap into a bowl of water and create a mild, soapy solution. Next repeat the same blotting process as before. The detergent should be able to pull the remaining chocolate from the carpet, since soap acts as a magnet for dirt and debris.

Once you have removed the chocolate stain, be sure to get another cloth with just water on it to absorb any soap you might have left behind. It’s very important to never leave soap in carpet or upholstery as it will attract surrounding dirt and create a different stain.
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Here are some tips for removing chocolate stains from carpet and upholstery!

Scrape and Scoop

Before you can try to remove the chocolate stain from the carpet, you will need to scoop up and scrape away any of the excess solid chocolate sitting on top of the stain. Try not to scrape or rub too hard, as you don’t want the excess to press into the stain.

Waters

Once you have removed all the excess chocolate from around the stain, you should blot the stain on your carpet with only water and a white cloth. Try to avoid using a colored cloth or one with a lot of patterns or decorations so that none of that dye or printing soaks into the stain. Perhaps most important is to be sure not to scrub the stain. Instead of scrubbing, blot the stain gently, pushing your fingertips into the cloth and working around the edge of the stain before focusing on the center.

Check the white cloth every few seconds to get an idea of just how much of the stain you are soaking up out of the carpet. If the cloth is absorbing a lot of the chocolate stain, then there is a chance that you can avoid using any kind of cleaner or solution and successfully remove the chocolate with just water. If there is still some chocolate remaining, you will want to move forward.

Detergent

If you aren’t having success with the cloth and water, you will want to use some household liquid dish soap. Mix a ¼ teaspoon of the dish soap into a bowl of water and create a mild, soapy solution. Next repeat the same blotting process as before. The detergent should be able to pull the remaining chocolate from the carpet, since soap acts as a magnet for dirt and debris.

Once you have removed the chocolate stain, be sure to get another cloth with just water on it to absorb any soap you might have left behind. It’s very important to never leave soap in carpet or upholstery as it will attract surrounding dirt and create a different stain.

Happy #thurocleanthursday! Here at Thuro clean we pride our selves on supplying our technicians with premier, high-end equipment, like the Roberts carpet power stretchers kit!, so that we can continue to meet our goal of providing our clients with The Best Customer Service Experience Ever!! ����� ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy  #thurocleanthursday! Here at Thuro clean we pride our selves on supplying our technicians with premier, high-end equipment, like the Roberts carpet power stretchers kit!, so that we can continue to meet our goal of providing our clients with The Best Customer Service Experience Ever!! �����

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Its #testimonialtuesday and we have another satisfied client! 7000sqft home! �����

At Thuro Clean, we only use the best equipment!

Check out this video of the powerful Prochem Legend GT Truckmount system that we use! Residential or Commercial, we will provide a reliable clean!

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Or read about it here: www.jondon.com/prochem-legend-gt-truck-mount.htmlThe Legend GT Truckmount is a great step-up machine from the Blazer GT providing more heat and power, and the Legend GT is accompanied with a very competitiv...
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