Essential and spots dropped onto their carpets it is difficult for a householder to stay on top of stains dropped onto their carpets. Domestic DIY spotting agents barely remove any of the vast percentage of items dropped onto a carpet and at most, carry out a bleaching action on wool and wool mixture carpets. The Professional Carpet Cleaner will carry an array of products to deal with a wide range of problems. As we deal with a range of problems ranging from acidic nature problems (Tea, Coffee and Red Wine) to High Alkalis (Detergent Spills) a like for like approach is employed to use a like product with higher strength to loosen the problem away from the fibre. This can then be flushed or rinsed away with a machine. Greater difficulty and the possibility of removal is lessened when the problem has been attempted with a DIY product. If they are shampoo based, they will have left a residue which will buffer the effect of the right kind of agent and may have aided the dye from any problem such as Red Wine, set onto the fibre, encouraging it to accept it as the new colouring dye. You may get one or two chances before a stain sets permanently onto the fibres rendering it immovable and therefore now permanent. Always ask you Carpet Cleaner for advice, we always inform our clients they are free to ring us for any advice regarding stains and spills

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    Before Red Wine stain removal in Bristol