Will all the stains come out of my carpet when I have it cleaned?
Well, there’s a difference between a spot and a stain.
A spot is usually something which is on the surface of the fibres and should easily be removed. A stain, however, is where the integrity of the fibre colour has been changed, either by colour being added, or being removed. This could be from the original spill, or even products used in attempt to remove it.
Colour loss cannot be rectified by cleaning, while colours added through spills such as tea, coffee, wine, etc, usually can be improved or removed by using the correct procedures.
While no guarantee should be given for complete removal, most spots, spills, or stains can usually be improved, if not fully removed.