What Can You Do To Reduce Stain Damage
It happens to the best and the neatest of us a klutzy or inattentive moment leads to a spill and then a stubborn stain that "ruins" the chair, rug, carpet or other innocent victim. But, according to Claudia Ramirez, Executive Vice President of the Association of Specialists in Cleaning and Restoration (ASCR International) with a little bit of knowledge and some quick thinking, you can limit your losses.
To prevent new spills from becoming permanent stains, follow these basic rules for spill and spot removal:
Remember, haphazard attempts at spot removal may result in indelible stains and / or permanent damage to fabrics. If you have any doubts about a procedure or if you are having difficulty with a particular stain, seek the advice of a professional cleaner. A reputable cleaner will know that many spots will become permanent stains if the wrong remedies are used.
Untreated spills and spots will, with time, become hidden by soil. After the fabric is cleaned and the soil is removed, however, the forgotten stain may reappear.
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