Stain And Odour Removal

Different Types of Stains

At Acleanerplace Cleaning Services we realize that stains and their resulting odours can occur due to a variety of circumstances; anything from pet accidents and children’s daily spills or just everyday wear and tear.

Some of the more common stains that we are regularly called-out to remove are:

Red Wine
Blood
Crayon
Faeces
Sugary Drinks (Iron Bru)
Nail Polish
Urine
Vomit
Beer
Grease
Oil
Coffee
Tea
Furniture Stains
Ink
Mould
Mildew
Rust
Candle Wax
Cream
Milk
Chewing Gum
Tomato Sauce
Paint
Lipstick

The above stain types are linked to the stain guide page that provides a DIY solution to these type of stains. If you require additional advice for a professional solution call Tom on 07934 557 188 for further assistance.

If you haven’t had your carpets‘ or upholstery professionally cleaned for a period of time then stains embedded in the fibres will become more difficult to remove.

The longer the stain is allowed to remain on the carpet or upholstery, the more chance there is of permanent discolouration, odours and or damage.

If stains and spills are not removed promptly they can become permanent and result in irreversible damage to your carpets or upholstery. Repeated attempts to remove stains yourself may cause permanent damage to your carpets or upholstery.

Our skilled staff can assist in any stain and odour removal in both your carpets and upholstery.

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