Do you have a stain that seems impossible to get out? If only there were a way to prevent stains before they ever happen. At Complete Chem-Dry of Lake Orion, we deal with some pretty nasty stains. We have become very good at removing them, but also know some great tips for preventing them. It may seem inevitable to have a house full of stains if you have children or pets, but don’t give up. Removing stains can be time consuming and tiresome, take a look at our quick guide to stop them before they even happen!
Apply Carpet Protectant Every Six Months
Whether you are dealing with a Persian rug or an antique piece of furniture, you want to protect your investment. Carpet protectant is an incredible solution that protects your carpet and upholstery, allowing you more time to clean up spills. Although most new carpets and furniture are sold with mild carpet protectant, it doesn’t last long. It is very important to get protectant reapplied every six months to maintain a healthy barrier between spills and your furniture. This can significantly extend the life of your carpet or a piece of furniture.
Take Off Your Shoes before Entering the House
Dirty shoes are one of the most likely culprits for creating new stains in your home. Creating a “no shoes” rule, you can cut down the amount of stains you house experiences considerable. It doesn’t matter how old your shoes are, if they’ve ever been outside, they are a suspect. By creating this simple rule, not only will you protect your home, you will improve the health and happiness of your family.
Keep a Vacuuming Schedule
Vacuuming is a great way to maintain and keep up your home. By getting rid of the dirt and grime that has piled up, you can create a much healthier home. Daily vacuuming helps keep your carpets looking great between professional cleanings. At Complete Chem-Dry of Lake Orion we have an innovative stain removal process, as well as, the capability to apply protectant to your carpet or furniture. We are ready to help you start protecting your home and would love to answer any questions you may have.