With so many guests coming and going over the New Year it is inevitable that your carpets and soft furnishings will be subject to more spillages than usual.
The most important thing to remember is not to panic. Reaching for every different cleaning solution under the kitchen sink and adding them to the stain in an attempt to remove it could easily damage the fibres or fabric.
However, the spillage is more likely to be successfully removed if you tackle it straight away. Here’s how:
If the stain persists then you would be advised to acquire professional assistance from an NCCA member.
The NCCA is an association of professionally trained carpet and soft furnishing cleaners. Your local member will usually be happy to give you free ‘first aid’ advice, on dealing with stains, over the telephone. If that fails then you may have to arrange for them to come to your home with some specialist treatment and equipment to deal with the residual staining.
You can contact an NCCA member by:
After buying your house and car the next largest investment you will make is for the carpets and furniture. Regular cleaning will prolong their life and retain the pleasing appearance. In the same way that you would have your car serviced at least once a year then you should consider the same concept when it comes to maintaining those expensive soft furnishings
How do you go about it?
A list of current members in your particular area can be obtained by telephoning the Association’s office in Leicester:-
Companies who have been recommended by friends or relatives may be one way of choosing a genuine professional cleaning company. Also look for company who belongs to a recognised specialist trade body such as the National Carpet Cleaners
Did you see us in the press?
Give your Caravan or Holiday home a Christmas Treat. Have your carpets cleaned and protected and your hard surfaces U.V sanitised ready for the new season.
Keep Clean Services was started 25 years ago After a career in work related to M.O.D, I entered the world of commercial cleaning I worked for several of the larger national cleaning companies as a Contracts Manager, managing contracts for the likes of TESCO, Barclay's Bank, Santander Bank, Calsonic Kansi, Cleveland Fire Service, David Lloyd Leisure, BHS and other well known brands.