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Monday, April 11, 2016

Kids, Pets, Stains: Oh my! By: Noah Lopez and ChemDry.com

The snow is melting and here comes the mud!
Spring cleaning is among us and ChemDry of the Southwest is here to help. Our cleaning process is safe for children and pets.  Our carbonated cleaning system dries fast and will not leave residue that will attract dirt. 
If you have kids or pets eventually you are going to need to deal with stains on your carpet, rugs or furniture. Even if you don’t have children or animals roaming your home, stains are a part of life. When you come face-to-face with a tough stain in your carpet or upholstered furniture don’t worry, the pros at ChemDry of the Southwest have just the solution for eliminating them.
The Stain Removal Experts
We remove all sorts of stains and odors from carpets, tile, upholstery and area rugs.  These include dirt and grime, coffee, wine, red stains, soda stains, pet stains, nail polish, paint, ink, grease, gum, wax, etc.
Preventing Stains Before They Occur with Stain Protection
Once your carpets, tile and upholstery are clean we can also apply a protectant to keep them looking great and to prevent them from getting permanently stained. Consider ChemDry’s Stain Protectant Package. This stops stains before they set into your carpet fibers, upholstery fabric or the grout of your tile floors and counter tops.
We specialize in removing Pet Stains from Area Rugs
Pets don’t like cold floors as much as they like your beautiful area rugs and upholstery. This means that your rugs and upholstery are going to have pet stains on them. We are experts and we specialize in removing pet stains and odors from your rugs and upholstery, without harming the materials they are made out of.
Not all stains need professional cleaning.  Here is something you can try, beforehand:
Don't put any cleaners or stain removers on it, if they don’t remove the stain they often set the stain, making it very difficult for even a professional to get the stain out.  
First, simply blot the spot and dry it working from the outside in, rinse thoroughly with clean, hot water and then blot again.
Work with hot, hot water. Use as a little as possible and try to extract as much as you can; you want it to dry fast to avoid causing mold to grow! If you need to, use a shop vac to extract. Never scrub the carpet, or you risk ruining the carpet fibers or letting the spill soak through to the carpet pad. If it isn't coming out give us a call! 970-259-9046