Carpet & upholstery stain removal

Having your home carpet or sofa cleaned professionally brings a very satisfactory result, and most of our customers want to enjoy it as long as possible. Luckily, when any of your furnishings are freshly cleaned, you can do a few things to maintain their condition until it’s time for Spring cleaning.

Carpet stain removal involves various methods depending on the type of stain. For most stains, the process begins by removing any excess material from the stain area. Then, a small amount of water is added to the stain, which is then blotted with a kitchen towel or a clean microfibre cloth.

For water-soluble stains like drinks, we have a range of great new SAFE products that do not damage the fibres of the carpet.

It’s important to note that different kinds of stains often require different cleaning methods. For instance, blood stains should always be cleaned with cold water, and food stains may require specific cleaning techniques.

Remember, the key to getting stains out of carpets is time, so the quicker you can act, the better the outcome. Professional Carpet stain removal carpets and upholstery dont use products from the shops which can cause permanaent damage to your carpet and upholstery.

Professional carpet stain removal services use a variety of methods to clean carpets and upholstery. Here are some key steps that professionals typically follow:

  1. Pre-Treatment: To prevent stains or marks from setting, they pre-treat the material to break down soiling and loosen stains. This is done using a suitable detergent based on the types of fibres and stains they’re dealing with.
  2. Spot Stain Removal: They have a wide range of stain removal products ready to tackle different types of stains, such as coffee, wine, vomit, blood, pet urine, etc.
  3. Hot Water Extraction: This method delivers hot water deep into the fibres of the carpet, rinsing and drying as it goes. This removes dirt, stains, and odours much more effectively, resulting in clean, fresh-smelling carpets and sofas.
  4. Sanitiser and Odour Neutraliser: A deodoriser and sanitiser are applied to kill odour-causing bacteria and give a fresh smell to your home.
  5. Stain Protection: To guard against future spillages and marks, they offer stain protection as an optional extra. This helps keep away stains and lengthens the life of your carpets.


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