Carpet, Stain Prevention Treatments

From a cleaning standpoint, the use of stain repellants can be very beneficial when applied properly under the correct conditions and to appropriate fabrics. When presented and applied correctly, we know of no disadvantages. However, repellants are not a stain proof shield. Proper cleaning procedures with the right materials must be done when spots or spills occur. It is hoped that stain repellant will keep spills from becoming permanent stains and will ease removal of soils.

Stain repellants should not be bulked together with soil retardants nor should they be considered a substitute for proper care. As cleaners, we stand a much better chance of removing spots and soils from a coated fabric than an uncoated fabric. For this reason, we offer the application of stain repellants to your new or thoroughly cleaned home furnishings, carpets & rugs.

(The following are examples of substances that can remove color or permanently stain all carpet, rugs and upholstery, including those with stain blocking features: hair dyes, shoe polish, paints, bleaches, acne medications, drain cleaners, insecticides, plant food, iodine, toilet bowl cleaners, caustic chemicals and many medications.)