Carpet Stain Removal

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Tips for successful carpet stain removal


If you have kids or pets, severe stains on carpets, rugs and furniture are part of your everyday life.  Even if you don’t live with children or animals, it seems like whatever is not supposed to end up on the carpet, somehow always does. When tough stains occur, calling a professional to help you is always the best solution. There are different types of stains and they should be dealt with differently. Eliminating those annoying stains is much easier with Carpet Cleaning. Severe stains other cleaning companies refuse to touch are our specialty. But if you, for any reason, like removing stains yourself, you should be armed with knowledge about them and methods for their removal. First of all, when accidents occur panicking and reaching for the nearest cloth to try to rub the wet stain off the carpet is not an option. Some types of stains can present you with a bigger problem if they aren’t treated properly.

  1. Pet stain removal

If you have pets, you know how your furry friend loves to surprise you once in a while. When your adored pet can’t hold it any longer, cleaning up the initial mess as soon as possible is an imperative. The stains you are left with should be treated with a simple solution of regular vinegar and water.

  1. Coffee stain removal

Coffee stains can be especially frustrating. Coffee  leaves those brown-yellowish stains which can often be confused with your pet’s surprise. Firstly, you should dry the spot with a towel. After that, it is time to deal with the stain. Applying the mixture of vinegar, water, and a gentle, non-bleach detergent, directly onto the stain should solve the problem.

  1. Blood stain removal

Blood stains are not that tough as people often believe. A blood stain should be treated as quickly as possible. When removing this stain always use cold water instead of warm or hot water. Fill the spritzer with regular dish detergent and cold water. Spraying the mixture directly into the stain should solve the whole problem.

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