STOP RECURRING STAINS
You tackled that pesky pet stain months ago and are basking in the glow of a stain removed when—suddenly—it reappears. What happened? Most likely, the carpet cleaning formula you used wasn’t the right one for the job.
Without the proper formula, a stain is only treated and removed as the surface of the carpet, where it is visible for all to see. But the stain itself may have soaked through the entire carpet fiber, into the backing of the carpet and sometimes event into the underpad. Without the correct carpet cleaning formula, the stain will be removed from the carpet surface, but may stay trapped in the backing and/or underpad. Over time, the trapped stain can travel back up to the fiber stands and into the carpet fibers as the surface, where it reappears.
Instead of admitting defeat, treat the stain the way it was meant to be treated: with Oxy. Oxygen-boosted cleaning uses active oxygen to break up the chemistry of a stain, removing its color forever and ensuring it won’t make a re-appearance. That’s why carpet cleaner formulas with Oxy can remove some of your toughest stains for good, so you can rest easy knowing they won’t magically reappear.
Next time tough stains like red wine
, fruit juice, Kool-Aid, ink
hit your carpets, don’t stress about ruined carpet or stains that may or may not reappear. Treat your carpet as soon as possible with an oxygen-boosted stain remover and go back to enjoying life.
For stains that have been sitting for a long period of time or deeply soiled carpet, try deep cleaning the entire area. Use an oxygen-boosted formula in a deep carpet cleaning machine so it can reach all the way down into the carpet fibers to remove the toughest stains. Always feel free to then follow up on any remaining stains with our active oxygen stain removers. There are many carpet cleaning formulas that can remove surface stains, but the ones powered by Oxy can remove the very toughest stains for good. Try the Oxy Formula or the Oxy Deep® Pretreat and Spot Cleaner
on your Toughest stains today.