We are based in Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire –
Areas we cover for Commercial Carpet Cleaning Works:
- London North West
- Home Counties
Areas we cover for Domestic Cleaning Works:
- Chalfont St Giles
- Little Chalfont
- Chalfont St Peter
- Gerrards Cross
- All NW and W postcodes
We are always looking for ways in which we can grow our business naturally. Whilst demand for our services is taking us further afield, our ethos and focus on customer care remains.
We would like our clients to use our website as a resource. We are passionate about delivering an exceptional service and offering clients advice.
Below is some No-Nonsense Advice on Carpet Stains
We are all looking to provide our families with a clean a safe environment. One of the most-important aspects of this is the cleanliness of our carpets. Our key secrets to cleaning carpets and removing stains offers breakthrough information.
Our first carpet stain secret discusses re-occurring spots. A re-occurring stain mean that the stain was oily or sticky. It may not have been completely removed due to the nature of the spot.
Our TOP TIP.. Each and every stain requires in-depth information on how best to deal with it, based around carpet cleaning product formulations and techniques. Make sure that you are confident with your choice of product. Do not rub the area and make sure that, once cleaned, it is thoroughly rinsed.
Our second carpet stain secret covers bleached or faded spots. The successful removal of this depends on the type of carpet and the household product used that created this spot. It is even possible that we could spot-dye a small area.
Our third secret deals with stains such as alcohol, tea, coffee and liquid foods. Dab up any surplus spillage; a detergent and vinegar solution should then be used to work from the outer edge of the stain inwards. Blot the excess with dry, white clothes and ensure to rinse the affected area.
Our fourth trade secret discusses staining left from chocolate, sweets, blood or soft drinks. The first port of call is to scrape up the excess with a blunt knife. Use one teaspoonful of gentle detergent to half a pint of warm water and repeat the process of working from the outer edge, inwards. Blot the area dry and then treat with an ammonia solution. It is important to then repeat the rinse procedure as above to achieve the best possible result.
Our fifth secret offers advice on dealing with stains produced from solids, fats, chewing gum or oil. Again, scrape up any excess with a blunt knife and follow this by using a dry cleaning solution, or surgical spirit. Following on from this add one tablespoon of white vinegar with one teaspoonful of gentle detergent solution and half a pint of warm water. Blot dry and repeat the rinse procedure.
These are tried and tested techniques; if you require some assistance with any carpet stains or a carpet cleaning project please call today.