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Rug Stain Removal - Toronto (GTA)

We specialize in removing stains from your rug, including removal of:
Rug Wine Stain Cleaning in Toronto - GTA

All stains are treated with special cleaning products that lift the stain from the rug without causing any damage. Your rug will look as good as new! company provides rug and carpet cleaning in Toronto, Markham, North York, Richmond Hill, Thornhill, Barrie, Vaughan, Aurora and NewMarket

Stains might be a product of water damage (colour run), light damage (fading), pet urine, and spilling food or drinks on to the rug.

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Do it Yourself

Attempt only on rugs that can be corrected safely.

Blotting & Stain Removing

When spills occur, dilute with plenty of water. Next, blot from the edge of the spill towards the center. Avoid rubbing the area. For solid spills, take a spoon and carefully scoop-up the material. It is always best to attack the spill immediately. The following information and chart will help you eliminate most stains. For further advice, contact us. We will be glad to help.

Stain Removal General Procedure

Always rub or brush lightly from the outer edge toward the center of stain to prevent spreading or causing "the ring" when using solvents, especially on twist rugs and pile carpets. On old, dry, or stubborn stains, saturate, blot, and brush. Repeat this operation as often as necessary to remove the stain completely.

Accidents and spillages don't have to become stains. The sooner you treat a spill, the more easily the dirt will come out.

However, there are a number of tips and tricks that could help you finally remove that stubborn stain and stop you discarding or replacing a cushion or carpet that you thought was ruined, but can be rescued!

Determine what you're up against: The first thing you need to do is determine of what material your carpet is composed. Certain materials will be ruined with the application of heat, bleach, or other chemicals, so it's important to know the material involved to make the best decision in regard to cleaning products and processes.

What to use: Once you know the material with which you're working, what kind of stains are involved? This will establish just what kind of cleaning solution you need to use, as well as what cleaning process will work the best. You don't want to just rinse the carpet; you need a product that will actually break down the dirt and remove not just the grime, but the bacteria, grease and germs while preserving the beauty of your carpet.

Preventative measures count: Keeping your carpet clean and vacuumed before any deep cleaning will not only prolong the life of your carpet, but make it that much easier to deep clean when the time comes. Preventing the build up of gritty particles can not only extend the life of your carpet, but also prevents the growth of unhealthy bacteria and germs.

Prepare and pre-treat: For carpet stains, it's best to take care of them as soon as they happen. If that's not possible or doesn't happen, before the deep clean pre-treat your stains as appropriate. Sometimes, the best carpet cleaning tips are the old ones -- such as club soda for red wine stains; brake cleaner for food stains; WD40 for grease, ink or magic marker; ice cubes for gum.

Make sure to spot test your carpet in an inconspicuous place first.

Follow these carpet cleaning tips for the best result possible when deep cleaning your carpets. It will certainly pay off in the long run, and hopefully you won't need to repeat this onerous household chore for a long time!

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