There is nothing that strikes fear more in one’s heart than causing a stain on a cream carpet. Except maybe for one thing. A RED wine stain on a cream carpet.
It’s as if the world goes into slow- motion as you trip, the glass slips and the contents spill leaving the carpet reminiscent to a scene from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Then the panic strikes and the scrubbing starts. Surely the harder you scrub the better and wait what was the wife’s tale you can remember so clearly as your heart is beating faster and your stomach is churning. Sugar? Yes, that’s it …or was it salt, or vinegar, or more red wine???
That is exactly the thought process Bernie went through as he could see his contents insurance rising and his marriage ending before him.
Well, let me help you. If you are ever in this unfortunate situation and would like to know how to remove red wine stains the trick is to remove the stain before it sets. Try blotting the area without rubbing with paper towels dabbing gently. Once the majority of the liquid has been absorbed, sprinkle the area generously with salt which may lift the stain for you.
The only solution I can really recommend is to contact Chemdry Kalliste whereby we can use our revolutionary process of removing stains. Through the use of carbonated carpet cleaner, Chem-Dry thoroughly removes stains quickly and efficiently. The cleaning power of the carbonating solutions creates a powerful reaction that deep cleans the carpet, removing the stain.
Firstly, I used Chemdry’s exclusive product Double Indemnity, perfect for the tougher stain which I combined with The Natural also from our range. Unlike other carpet cleaning products, The Natural contains NO soaps, detergents, bleaches or phosphates. Not only did this leave the carpet safe for Bernie’s Cocker Spaniel but also safe for the environment too.
So how did things turn out for Bernie? Well, the stains were removed; the carpet was left spotless and his kind words for me were “Thank you very much John, for getting me out of the doghouse with my wife.”