The main reason they are hard to get rid of is that stains are rarely made up of one ingredient. So, you need to go through a few steps to treat them effectively. Here we show you how to get treat chocolate stains and beer stains.
Chocolate is made up of a number of ingredients and typically contains oil, grease, cocoa, butter, colouring, sugar and milk. So, guess what? A single carpet stain removal product is not going to get rid of it.
This is what you need to do to get rid of a chocolate stain on your carpet or upholstery:
Carpet Stain Removal for Beer
Just like chocolate, beer is made up of several ingredients. These ingredients include hops, malts, alcohol, albumins and tannins. So, it is very unlikely that you will be able to fully remove the carpet stain using just one carpet stain removal product.
Never Rub At A Stain On Carpets Or Upholstery
Blotting a stain is the only thing to do. If you rub at a stain you run the risk of opening up the fibres and driving the stain deeper. You can also cause the fibre to burst which will make the stained area look different to the rest of the carpet or fabric. This means that even if you are lucky enough to get rid of the stain the distortion of the fibres will be noticeable, and this cannot be repaired.
Advice From Knight & Doyle Is Free
We are always happy to give free advice if you have had a spill on your carpet or furniture. We recommend that you call us before you try to clean up the stain with an off-the-shelf product from the supermarket. We say this because if you put the wrong kind of cleaner on your carpet or furniture fabric it is much more difficult for us professionals to treat. If not impossible.
You can purchase our own brand Professional Spot & Stain Remover, please call to order.
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