Carpet Stain Removers
Carpet Stain and Odor Removers
Getting stains and odors out of carpets isn’t impossible and at times can be fairly easy to do without having to call in the professionals. Some carpets are more stain resistant than other, but all stains are easier to remove if you get to it right away and before they have time to dry and set in and when you have the right products on hand.
If you can avoid stains, that’s great but carpets ultimately hide dirt, grime, dust and bacteria from pets and family members walking through the house with shoes on. Vacuuming on a regular basis helps but even without stains, you may encounter odors over time.
Here are a few references for cleaning stains and odors:
In many cases, if your dog or cat has an accident in the house, you can clean the carpets with supplies you may already have in the house. Here are some articles to help you remove pet stains and odors:
- Removing Cat Urine
- Pet Stains from Furniture and Carpets
- Removing Dog Stains
- How to Remove Pet Stains and Odors
Stains and odors on carpets are bound to happen and no plan is foolproof, no matter how hard we try but there are things you can do to keep your carpets as clean as possible:
Vacuum regularly to keep carpets clean and free from dirt and bacteria that like hide in carpet fibers.
A thorough cleaning of carpets should be done at least every 18 months to remove unseen dirt and hidden odors.
Use doormats and remove shoes at entry points, maybe keep house shoes that are clean by entryways to slip on after removing shoes. If possible, wipe off pet your dogs feet when they come in from outdoors and keep cat liter boxes clean.
- The Best Way to Clean Carpets
- Cleaning Indoor and Outdoor Carpets
- Cleaning Berber Carpets
- Carpet Stain Removers
Carpets make a room feel cozy, always remember to read product labels and instructions. If you have any concerns about using a new product, test in an inconspicuous area first.