Get Your Stains Removed
Your home deserves the best – Carpet Care Solutions qualified industry technicians are so good that they train other carpet cleaners locally and internationally. Our eco-friendly cleaning products, equipment and techniques will get the job done right. Ask us for a free quote.
Carpet stain - like blood and wine stains - can often seem straight out of a horror novel. You've applied all homemade DIY cleaning solutions but still, the stubborn stain persist? Stain removal is a careful and a delicate process. Knowing the order and application of chemicals while removing stains is imperative.
Christchurch Stain Removal
10x Better than DIY Products
Our scientific process delivers an unbeaten method of tackling your worst stains.
Carpet Stain Experts
15+ years tackling the worst of blood, wine, coffee and other types of sticky stains.
Textured Stain Removal
Specific chemical mixes are uniquely crafted to tackle stains on different types of fibres.
Enzyme-based cleaning products with no effect on the environment, kids or pets.
Quick and cheap carpet cleaners have their place, but it's not in stain removal. If you're a house-proud person (or getting ready to put your property on the market), you're going to need the professional stain removal specialists.
Stain Removal Experts
Home Remedies Don’t Work
Wool, nylon, polyester and polypropylene carpet fibres react differently to various types of staining substances and cleaning methods. There is a different stain cleaning methodology and chemical mix for each type of carpet fibre.
Coffee stains are an example of a sticky stain that will cling to the fibres of your carpet. Again, the resilience of sticky carpet stains depend on your carpet type (some fibres are more accommodating of sticky stains than others).
Different stain textures
Other sticky substances that can cause a carpet stain problem include chewing gum, which is pliable and can get in amongst the fibres. Then there are fruit juices. The acidic nature of a fruit juice can cause a real problem once it has set in – and, of course, blood.
Wine stains are another tough stain to remove. The colour of wine comes from plant pigments like anthocyanin – a natural colouring agent found in the skin of the grape. It is so good at staining that it's an important ingredient in manufactured dyes.
Pet Urine Stains
Dog and cat urine stains are acidic and contain nitrogen, which is used in the making of ammonia, nitric acid and TNT – no wonder they can cause such damage if left unattended. We also remove pet odours.
As for oil, grease and wax stains, the simple answer is that they will repel water. Water is a polar molecule and grease is a non-polar molecule, so ultimately the negative charges in grease and water repel each other. Our chemical mixes will cut through this.