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Carpet Cleaning helps remove carpet stains by Non-Chlorine bleach

Carpet Cleaning London

Carpet Cleaning London

Domestic cleaners who need to remove particularly stubborn stains from carpets have been advised to opt for non-chlorine bleach.According to Carpet Cleaning Tips, for unusually obstinate mould and mildew, non-chlorine bleach is most likely to yield success, along with lemon juice and salt solutions for coloured fabrics.

Alternatively, cleaners can lightly brush the stained area with a solution of hydrogen peroxide consisting of one part of three per cent hydrogen peroxide to five part of water, taking special care to make sure the solution does not harm the fabric of the carpet.

Householders were urged to ensure their carpets are kept clean as often as possible for health and hygiene reasons.

In order to achieve the best results, domestic cleaners should steam clean their carpets using a deep cleaning machine or solicit the services of a professional carpet cleaners.

Also, when a spill occurs, householders should take swift action to ensure it does not cause too much damage to the carpet by quickly covering it with some water.

For more serious stains, there are plenty of effective products available on the market that can be used to give carpets a deep and thorough clean.

Cleaning specialist Dalia Sreideriene recently said that there is a growing demand for eco-friendly carpet cleaning services.

For all your urgent carpet cleaning needs, please get in touch with your local London cleaning agency.

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