Professional Carpet Spot Removal
The biggest issue with removing spots from a carpet is someone trying to remove it with bad products setting it in. Products like Resolve Pet Spotter will run you $8 to $12 and all they do is ruin your carpet. Most stains are much easier to remove with professional products Than DIY Methods. But there are a lot of Spots and stains that you can do on your own. This is why we have provided a comprehensive guide for Do-it-Yourself Spot & Stain Removal. Check out the PUIRI Spot Removal Guide for more!
The best alternative for tricky stains is to have us do your spot removal. Honestly most of the work in spot removal is dealing with an improperly cared for carpet or foreign substances in the carpet. When we remove spots from a properly clean & protected rug or carpet it is usually an easy process. To prevent future issues with Stains check out our carpet protectant page!
If for some reason a spot or stain is permanent there is still an option. We also offer carpet repair services. Carpet patching sounds barbaric but it is actually a delicate craft that will allow a clean tidy removal of an obtuse flaw in the carpet. Check out our Carpet Repair page for more!
What’s the process?
Many stains can be cleaned out with our normal cleaning process. There are some stains like Printer toner that must not get wet! This is why we always do a walk through to identify problem areas before any cleaning. Some spots are best pretreated and some are ok with a post removal if even necessary. If you have any questions not answered her you may visit our Carpet Cleaning FAQ’s page!
Red Wine Removal
The process is the same for red and white wine removal. Yes you can get that red spot out. When you’re done it may be time for another glass.
This Wine stain was professionally removed by a PUIRI Cleaning & Restoration carpet tech in the hills of Kalama, WA. The grandchildren were around and well accidents happen. Have your spots removed professionally by PUIRI or follow the easy steps in the stain removal guide to turn that spill into a thing of the past.
This Spot was in a vacation rental in Seaside. It is believed to be a red stain of Gatorade. There were several previous attempts to remove this sports drink stain before PUIRI was called out to clean the mess up. Gatorade fruit punch uses 55 mg of Red 40 per bottle where many of their other products use Yellow 5 or Blue 1 in them.
Have us out to clean it up for you today or follow our step by step DIY removal instructions.