Stubborn stains on your carpet? We offer professional stain removal at reasonable prices. No matter the stain, we can get rid of them. Avoid damaging your carpets by trying to remove the stains yourself. Each type of stain has a particular way of that it must be removed. It’s best to leave it to the professionals.
We use our advanced carpet stain removal techniques which we have developed through the years in the industry. Almost every second job we have worked in the past 20 years requires stain removal. So you could say we know a thing or two about clearing them up!
Whether it’s a small blotch that just occurred, or if it’s a deep stain that has been stubborn for years. It won’t matter as we can effectively remove any type of stain your carpets may have.
Below are stains we can help you get rid of:
Red wine, fresh fruits, soft drinks, soda,syrup, coffee, beer, milk, ice cream, melted candies, juices, chocolate, eggs, fish,mustard, mayonnaise, ketchup, dips and sauces, jam, tomatoes, cooking oil, butter or margarine, lotion, shampoo, shaving cream, nail polish, lipstick, ink, paint, thinner, varnish, crayons, colored markers, permanent or dry erase, mud, flood, grass, flower stains, candle wax, gum, pet urine, human waste like blood, sweat, pee, vomit or poop (yes, we can do it!), engine oils, and grease.
Name the stain and we will deal with it, whether it’s on the list or something else.
If the accident just happened at this moment. The most you should get a paper towel and try to soak up as much of the liquid you can. Never rub the stain. Just gently blot until there’s nothing to get out anymore.
CAUTION: Leave it to the experts to do the stain removal. If you don’t want to deepen the stains even further, stop whatever DIY you’re doing to try to remove the stains from your carpet.
It is also not true what you might have heard that varnish can remove stains. In fact, it will only make it worse.
Why not give us a call today on (631) 212-0900 and speak to one of our friendly staff right now to get your service booked in?