Spotting and Stain Removal
Does your Cleaning Company remove all of the stains from your carpets?
I ask this question because most cleaners do not even have a spotting kit on their truck. Removing stains such as Kool Aid, grease, paint, make up, and rust will require specialty spotting to remove these stains.
To remove most stains in carpets the process should consist of these fundamental steps:
1. Pre Vacuum : This will help remove more of the dry soil and sand from the carpet.
2. Pre Treat: By pre-treating the carpets, this step will help suspend the oily soil that sticks to the carpet fibers so it can be easily removed in the rinse step.
3. Rinse: This will remove the suspended soils and cleaning agents out of the carpet.
4. Spotting: Cleaning Solutions designed for a specific spot or stain.
5. Rinse: To remove cleaning solution.
6. Groom: Creates a neater appearance and faster dry times.
7. Dry: Carpet dryers help speed up the drying process. Most carpets dry in 1-3 hours