Stains can be a real challenge – but one worth addressing – especially if you want to avoid making a claim on your household insurance or spending money on a replacement carpet.
Test our amazing ability to make carpet stains disappear! We’ll need to know:
- What the stain is and how old it is
- If you’ve tried to clean it and how
- How old is the carpet and what type of carpet is it (e.g natural, synthetic, short or long pile)
Even if you don’t know exactly what the stain is, we’ll give you an honest answer about whether we can get it out. The answer is usually yes. You’d be amazed at how many different types of stain we can remove!
Steam carpet cleaning works for synthetics/mixed (microfibre, man-made, polyester) and woollen fibre carpets. Steam cleaning with hot water extraction is the most effective and longest-lasting carpet cleaning method available. The process works with even the most soiled and stained textile floor coverings. As part of the process, we also remove those stubborn stains.
The process takes 2 stages.
- Stage 1 – Carpet pre-treatment.
We vacuum your carpet to remove the first layer of loose dust particles. We then check for your stains and treat them accordingly. We take every care not to damage the fabric and let you know beforehand if we feel the stain is unremovable.
- Stage 2 – Main cleaning process
- We use the latest equipment to deep clean every square centimetre of the carpet.
- The nozzle pushes out water mixed with detergent under pressure, dislodging all accumulated dirt and dust.
- The powerful suction attachment removes all the excess moisture and loose dirt.
- Your carpet is cleaned and dried at the same time. Miracle cleaning in double-quick time.
Dry carpet cleaning works really well for delicate, natural fibres. Examples include 100% cotton, sea-grass, sisal, jute and other organic materials. Dry carpet cleaning is excellent for removing dirt and grime.
There are three stages in the process –
- Stage 1 – We apply the detergent – a low-moisture powder – evenly across the carpet.
- Stage 2 – We vigorously rub the detergent into the fibres, using a rotating brush. This fibre ‘agitation’ process rubs the powder into the carpet, attaching to it the particles of dirt.
- Stage 3 – We use a powerful vacuum to remove the dirt particles, the powder and any other residue.