Carpet Stain Removal Techniques By Monster Steamer

If a spillage occurs to your lovely soft carpet, upholstery, rug or leather, the first thing we want to do is clean it up. Did you know that you can seal a stain into a fibre or fabric by not understanding the carpet itself or the spillage?

During the manufacturing Fibres and Fabrics are at the best condition and are ready to absorb soiling and staining with maximum protection.

As these fibres age, they will be less resilient to resist soiling and spills due to abrasion caused by use and excess soil in the fibres. Once a sandpaper effect occurs to these fibres, cleaning and stain removal techniques may not be as successful and chances are higher of permanent damage.

The characteristics of all fibres and constructions are been qualified to understand, we can give the highest quality end result without taking a chance with stain removal that may make no difference.

Understanding how carpets are manufactured, and how they are dyed makes us very successful when giving expected results. Polymers are used to make some carpets and may have dyes introduced before the fibre is made.

This type of fibre can be quite difficult to stain with water based spillages, but exposure to greasy or oily marks may change the fibres colour. Other natural fibres and some synthetic fibres may have been dyed after the fibres were made, and can still accept more dyes under the right circumstance.

If the fibre absorbs the moisture, water based spillages may lead to a permanent dye,  however any greasy or oily spot marks it may resist and correct removal may be very successful.

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