We enjoy having fresh, clean carpets all of the time, but maintaining them is a problem for homemakers. To keep the color, texture, and fiber of our carpets, we must clean them carefully. We panic when unexpected stains occur, such as a beverage spill, blood droplets, or when our small children smear them. In our haste to clean the stain, we grab any cloth available, but we wind up spreading the stain even more. It’s an art to remove stains while maintaining the quality of our carpets. Your technique for removing the stains is your tool.
Toughest Stains to Remove on A Carpet
- Getting Rid of Coffee Stains
- Kool-Aid Stains Blood Stains
- Ink Stains
- Alcoholic beverages, colas, food dyes, berries, jelly, milk, ice cream, gravy, washable ink, wet, or latex paint, washable ink, wet, or latex paint
- Stains from Pets
- Oil, Wax, and Fat
- Wax and Gum
- Chocolate, mustard, tea, vomit, and wine are all water-soluble stains.
Some Final Thoughts on Carpet Stain Removal
To remove carpet stains, the bulk of these treatments and techniques rely on common household items and chemicals. There are numerous cleaning agents available that are specifically intended for each type of stain. Carpets enhance the attractiveness of our homes, but they can also be sensitive and costly.
If you are ever in need of a clean-up company to help you with stains on your carpets, call CPR24 Restoration at (416) 551-8287.