The Difference Between Soiled and Stained Carpet

The Difference Between Soiled and Stained Carpet

What’s The Difference Between a Soiled and Stained Carpet? According to a carpet manufacturer’s warranty quite a lot. Soiled and stained carpets are two very different terms according to the warranty provided with your new carpet. Imagine making a claim for discoloration in your carpet and being asked is it soiled or stained. Why? Because your warranty may be null and void Therefore, you need to know “What is the difference between a Soiled or Stained carpet. Carpet Soiling Case Study & Not What To Do The 4 photos in this post were taken recently at rental flat and you can see the cleaner section on the left-hand side of the photo and in front of the lounge suite. The dirt and grim were the worst case of soiling we had ever come across in 12 years in the business. To make matters worst the tenant had hired a Britex carpet cleaning machine and thought she would get her Husband to clean the carpet. They mixed water and Domestos together and poured it onto the carpet. Domestos is really nothing more than sodium chloride, detergent and fragrance. The room was only about 10m2s. We used 200lts of water mixed with anti-foam to get the final result shown in photo no 4. The whiter areas are where the Domestos has stripped the colour from the carpet How to Prevent Staining Spoiling Your Carpet or Rug A stain occurs when a substance has come into contact with the carpet, embeds itself in the fibres causing discoloration. Like spilling a cup of hot coffee on a carpet. The best way to prevent...