Stains Sample Clauses

Stains. Both soil conditions and climatic conditions and pests affect tree growth rates, grain development, and wood colorations. The wood grain and color are as individual as the conditions under which the tree grew. The early wood and late wood in each tree vary in color, grain pattern and density. A product of natural wood reflects these variations in the final finish. The amount of color variation perceived will depend upon wood species, lightness of stain, and lighting conditions. A good example of this is a light stain on oak which displays significant color variation. Pine is also a soft wood and will not resist abrasions as well as hardwood species. In all cases, some effort is taken to eliminate radical grain and color variations from your Product, and therefore variations in the finish due to varying wood characteristics will not be reason in itself for product replacement or warranty. Color variances occur with age as a result of photochemical reaction to natural and some artificial light. This natural mellowing is more evident in cherry, pine and maple. Lighter finishes and natural finishes referred to as “seal and varnish” will mellow more rapidly than a dark finish. These differences are considered to be the distinctive character and beauty of a natural wood product.
Stains. Some stains cannot be removed by power washing. Tree sap, artillery fungus, splatters from stain and paint are examples of materials that cannot be removed by conventional means. We make ever attempt to point out these areas out to the customers when quoting the project. Sometimes, these stains cannot be removed at all.
Stains a) The Cleaner will inspect the carpet, upholstery and stains before the Service commences.
Stains. We do not guarantee removal of stains. Tree sap, artillery fungus, splatters from stain and paint are examples of materials that cannot be removed by conventional means. • If additional cleaning is necessary or desired to address stains, Grime Fighters, LLC reserves the right to make needed adjustments to the original quoted price, pending the customer’s approval. • Removal of hard water stains and oxidation from aluminum screens is not guaranteed or covered under general window cleaning and pressure washing estimates.
Stains i)The cleaning team will inspect the carpet, upholstery and stains on the items before the cleaning service starts
Stains. Some stains cannot be removed by power washing rust, gum, oil or other vehicle fluids, artillery fungus, splatters from stains and paints are examples of materials that cannot be removed by conventional means. We make every attempt to point these areas out to the customer when quoting the project. Sometimes these stains cannot be removed at all. Rust, Chimney soot, paint oxidation, graffiti and tar stain removal are examples of stains that will incur an additional charge.
Stains. Stains which cannot be wiped off are not acceptable if the mean diameter is greater than 0.6 mm (0.024 inches).
Stains. During the Initial Term and all Renewal Terms, the Lessee shall be charged a cleaning fee of $100 per Leased Item that has been stained. Stains include but are not limited to: smoke stains/smell, food, grease, liquids etc…If a stain cannot be removed, it will fall under irreparable damage.
Stains. No carpet is stain proof. Although your carpet manufacturer designates your carpet as stain-resistant, some substances may still cause permanent staining. These include, but not limited to, hair dyes, shoe polish, paints, and India ink. Some substances destroy or change the color of carpets, including bleaches, acne medications, drain cleaners, plant food, insecticides, and food or beverages with strongly colored natural dyes as found in some brands of mustard and herbal tea. Refer to your care and maintenance brochures for recommended cleaning procedures for your particular fiber. Pretest any spot-removal solution in an inconspicuous area before using it in a large area. Apply several drops of the solution, hold a white rag on the area and count to ten. Examine both tissue and carpet for dye transfer and check for carpet damage. Static Cooler temperatures outside often contribute to static electricity inside. To avoid the problem, look for carpets made with anti-static. You can also install a humidifier to help control static build-up. Edges Edges of carpet along moldings and edges of stairs should be held firmly in place. In some areas, metal or other edging material may be used where carpet meets another floor covering. CAULKING Time and weather will shrink and dry caulking so that it no longer provides a good seal. As routine maintenance, check the caulking and make needed repairs. Caulking compounds and dispenser guns are available at hardware stores. Read the manufacturer’s instructions carefully to be certain that you select an appropriate caulk for the intended purpose. Colored Caulk Colored caulking is available where larger selections are provided. As with any colored material, dye lots can vary. Latex Caulk Latex caulking is appropriate for an area that requires painting, such as along the stair xxxxxxxx or where wood trim meets the wall. Silicone Caulk Caulking that contains silicone will not accept paint. It works best where water is present, for example, where tub meets tile or a sink meets a countertop. We will touch-up caulking one time during your warranty period. CERAMIC TILE