Carpet Stain Removal:

 Red stains will happen! Carpet always seems to attract spills, spots and accidents. Kool-Aid to red wine, we have the skill and ability to lightening or removing most any artificial color stains from your carpet and take away those eye sores that make you want to rip your hair out. Emergency spills to every day wear and tear, we have the tools and training to save you from replacing your carpet. Regular carpet cleaning will not  remove Kool-Aid color stains if your carpet is not protected or stain sit to long! 

Thuro Clean Services" technicians have been trained to lightening or removing impossible stains such as Kool-Aid, fruit punch, jello, colored markers, & more. We can also lightening or remove any organic stains which come from plants and animals such as tea, coffee, grass stains, wine, berries, urine & more.

     Kool-aid stain Before            Kool-aid stain After                                      

                                                                                Stain Spotting & Removal Tips

1. Scoop up as much of the spill as possible, with a towel or a spoon. 
2. Blot the spot, don't rub or scrub. Gently press clean cloths into the stained area to remove moisture. Scrubbing can damage the fiber and set the stain into the carpet.
3. Apply warm, not hot, water to the stained area and blot until the stain stops transferring to the cloth.
4. If you can still see the stain, make a Detergent Solution by adding 1/4 teaspoon dish washing liquid to one cup warm water. Don't use too much soap, because it's difficult to rinse out of the carpet.
5. Apply the detergent solution, let sit five minutes, then rinse with clear warm water. Repeat until all the detergent is removed.
6. Place layers of white paper towels on the spill to absorb the liquid. Weight down the towels with a nonstaining glass or ceramic object. You can let them sit overnight.
7. When the carpet is dry, vacuum to restore the texture.
8. If you can see the stain after all this, call us!

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