A carpet & upholstery stain removal guide for the most common stains found on houshold carpets & upholstery.
This is a carpet & upholstery stain removal guide to help with common stains such as tea, coffee, dog urine, nail polish, black marks on the edges of carpet, water stains and some types of upholstery stains. I have been cleaning carpets & upholstery for many years and often asked to remove the most difficult carpet and upholstery stains. Carpets & upholstery are a large financial investment and in busy households it will often happen that stains and spillages will ocurr due to accidents often cause by many different reasons, but often due to children and pets. Check out the stain removal guide to help remove stains to carpets and upholstery.
Do carpet stains always come out if treated by a professional? Many stains will come out during the coarse of cleaning a carpet or upholstery without a problem. However some stains can be permanent due to the colour of the carpet or upholstery having been changed permanently. Dying can also occur due to tannin in tea and coffee or food colouring in food stuffs.
Pets will most certainly have accidents at some stage in the home. One of the most common being pet urine stains and smells.
These can be one of the most difficult types of stains to deal with.
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There is probably nothing that looks worse than a nail polish stain on a carpet. Small amounts of nail varnish can be relatively easy to remove. However larger amounts of nail polish can be quite difficult or impossible to remove from the carpet.
Check out the best way to remove nail polish below.Read more about how to remove nail varnish from a carpet
Black marks around the edges of carpets are an all too common problem. These marks can also appear towards the middle of the room.
These marks can be very unsightly and can ruin the looks of an otherwise lovely carpet.
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Many carpet stains are caused by water seeping into the carpet which has leaked or been flooded by water.
The cause of this type of carpet staining is often from leaking radiators, roof leaks, drinks machines and also plant pots.
Some of these stains will come out, but sadly wool carpets can often become permanently damaged to prolonged exposure to water.Read more about carpet water marks and stains
Sometimes after cleaning upholstery and sofas, the fabric can sometimes turn pink. This problem occurs due to a change in the PH of the fabric. Find out why pink staining to upholstery occurs and how to correct the problem with step by step instructions.Read more about how to correct pink marks on upholstery
If you have stains that keep coming back or reoccurring on your carpet, find out why this happens and what can be done about it.Read more about why stains reoccur on a carpet