CARPET AND RUG STAIN REMOVAL EXPERTS
Stain Removal – red wine, nail polish, cordial, food stains to name a few have to be treated right the first time if incorrect techniques are used – they do more damage than good.
There is no possible to control or remove every object prone to cause stains from one’s house. Whether it is due to your children, pets or at times even yourself, stains occur.
Clean Nett Riviera are experts in all types of stain removal and have a multitude of tricks and procedures to remove or treat different types of stains. We use advanced cleaning techniques or carpet and rug spot dyeing solutions as required.
As experts, we recommend not using store bought cleaners or DIY methods to treat stains, as they may do more damage than good. In case of spillage or stains – we recommend blotting the area immediately instead of rubbing the stains to ensure no fibers are damaged.
As carpet cleaning, carpet dyeing, and rug restoration experts – Clean Nett Riviera classified stains into four categories:
- Water-Based Stains
- Protein-Based Stains
- Fat Based Stains
- Pet Urine Stains
Amongst the four categories of stains, water-based stains are the easiest to remove and treat.
Fruit, Jelly, Soda and Alcoholic drinks are some examples of water-based stains – although, they are the easiest to treat – Water-based stains with dyes in them such as red cordial stains or red wine stains are harder and more time-consuming to remove.
Protein-based stains are generally caused by animal-based products, secretion, or human bodily fluids.
Most protein-based stains have to be treated using the relevant enzymatic cleaning agents, as they tend to coagulate and seep into the fibers of the carpets or upholstery.
Blood, Feces, Urine, Sweat, and Dairy Products are common examples of Protein-based stains.
Fat or Oil-Based Stains
Fat and Oil-Based stains are one of the hardest types of stains to treat and remove. As fats and oils tend to seep deeper into carpet or rug fibers faster than other types of stains.
Oil from the frying pan, cosmetics such as lipstick and nail polish, candle wax or glue are some of the most common fast or oil-based stain we encounter.
Pet Urine Stains
Pet Urine Stains are difficult to tackle as they have to be removed completely. Once a pet urinates in a particular spot, and it is not cleaned up properly, they tend to return to the area to urinate.
Pet Urine Stain and Odor Removal Specialists using both carpet cleaning techniques and carpet dyeing solutions.
Experts recommend urine stains to be treated immediately, as untreated urine-stained areas pose:
- Health risks due to the emission of gases.
- Risks of bleaching your carpets or rugs.
- Pets re-marking their territory.