Red Stain Removal
The first thing you should do when red wine (or anything red) hits your carpet or upholstery is to absorb as much as you can with a towel. Stand on the towel, do not rub the red stain. Then rinse with cool water, absorb the moisture and call a professional. The biggest mistake you can make is trying to remove the stain yourself with home-made remedies. This often results in permanently setting the stain and sometimes making it impossible for a professional to remove the stain entirely.
Red stains can be difficult to remove because they actually add dye to the carpet fiber. It is not a matter of just removing a substance that is on the carpet fiber. It requires changing the molecular structure of the dye in the carpet fiber. Chem-Dry offers a product called Red Alert that can frequently get red stains out of the carpet and upholstery. While this product works very well, it is still best when a red stain hits your carpet or upholstery, to absorb as much as you can, treat with cool water and call a Chem-Dry professional to remove the dyes in your carpet or upholstery. A "fresh" red stain is much easier to remove when treated properly and quickly.
Our deep cleaning and healthy carpet cleaning service is sure to exceed your expectations. Chem-Dry of Michiana is preferred by customers and professionals alike. The Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) designated Chem-Dry of Michiana as a company deserving the CRI Seal of Approval for the innovative and unique Hot Carbonating System. This program identifies effective carpet cleaning solutions and equipment that clean carpet, orientals, and fine textile rugs right the first time and protect a home or commercial facility's carpet investment. The blue and green CRI Seal of Approval is proof that you are investing in a quality carpet cleaner.
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