Carpet Stain Removal
Specialty Stain Removal
If you have kids or pets eventually you are going to need to deal with stains on your carpet, rugs or furniture. Even if you don’t have children or animals roaming your home, stains are a part of life. When you come face-to-face with a tough stain in your carpet or upholstered furniture don’t worry, the pros at Chem-Dry have just the solution for eliminating the staunchest of blemishes. The best way to keep a stain from making itself a permanent resident on carpets and upholstered furniture is a speedy attack. The longer a stain sits the more likely it is to set in.
The Stain Removal Experts
Most spills and spots are easily removed with Chem-Dry’s basic cleaning. However, occasionally, difficult stains such as paint, lipstick, permanent marker, etc. require special treatment. Our professionally trained technicians are equipped with state-of-the-art products that can take care of virtually all spots and stains with our Specialty Stain Removal service. Using an arsenal of safe and effective stain removal products with the most innovative equipment, Chem-Dry can knock tough stains out of carpets, rugs and upholstery for good. That’s why we say “If we can’t get it out, no one can.” Chem-Dry’s professional carpet cleaners and upholstery cleaners can help get out the toughest stains including ones that other cleaning companies won’t touch, such as:
- Food stains (chocolate, jelly, ketchup)
- Pet Accidents
- Dirt and Mud
- Tomato Juice, Soda, Kool-Aid
- And many more!
Baltimore County, Harford County & Carrol County, MD, including: Baltimore, Parkville, Perry Hall, Nottingham, Carney, Kingsville, Towson. Dundalk, White Marsh, Lutherville, Cockeysville, Owings Mills, Sparks, Freeland, Monkton, Manchester, Parkton, Bel Air, Abingdon, Fallston, Forest Hill, Jarrettsville, Hickory, Aberdeen, Havre De Grace, and the surrounding areas.
*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of the Chem-Dry HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction) and P.U.R.T. (Pet Urine Removal Treatment). Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite matter. Pet odor results based on testing with the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine. Figures are an average across multiple tests.