Spot and Stain Removal
We have over fifty years of cleaning experience, IICRC Certified Carpet Cleaning Technicians and Certified Spot & Stain removal technicians. We have been teaching spot & stain removal for twenty-five years and have even written a spot and stain removal manual entitled “Spot Like A Pro”. We are the spotting experts in Winnipeg. For all your spotting needs call (204) 667-1888
What You Should Know:
No cleaning company can ethically guarantee 100% stain removal, because no carpet or upholstery is absolutely stain-proof. What we can guarantee, however, is that all our Cleaning Technicians are trained in stain removal and will do everything technically correct to try to remove stains usually with excellent results.
Soil – Any substance that is deposited on and foreign to the construction of a textile, usually as a result of wear and usage; e.g., particles, fibers or water and dry solvent soluble substances.
Stain – The result of a material adding color (without texture) to a fabric or surface. In a non-technical context the term “stain” is often applied to discolorations, or color removal from fabrics, as well. Stains may be left after the removal of spots.
Whether it’s due to a new pet who hasn’t been entirely housebroken, an old pet with failing health, or just everyday spills, accidents that result in the need for odor removal happen for a variety of reasons.
Sometimes scents linger long after the offending spot has been identified, treated, blotted, rinsed and deodorized. When pet urine is first deposited onto a floor or fabric, it has a pH of about 5 or 6, which is on the acid side of the pH Scale. It is easier to remove right then when it is fresh. Once it dries, it turns “alkaline” or to a high pH between 10 to 12 on the scale and becomes more difficult to remove. The warm acid state of the urine offers a perfect breeding ground for bacteria, which begin to flourish almost immediately.
A strong ammonia scent from pet urine can overwhelm a room. When urine soaks beneath the carpet to the padding and the floor beneath, the pet odor is considered to be multi-layered. In these severe cases, the pet urine smell can affect the whole house. Removing the pet urine odor can be a challenging and frustrating process for less experienced cleaners. Our expert technicians use an effective sub-surface extraction method along with true odor neutralizers to effectively eliminate pet urine and pet odor from your carpet.
The longer a spot remains, the more difficult it will be to remove.
Unfortunately most stains are set by the first person that treats them. DM Flooring Specialist carries the finest stain removal products and tools on the market today. Armed with a the Bridgepoint Professional Spotting Kit, our Cleaning Technician comes fully prepared to deal with all these common house spills:
• nail polish
• chewing gum
• and more