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50% off all Stain Protection treatments for your carpets and furnishings!

08 December 2023

By Karen North

You may be having friends and family visit for the festive season, possibly even their pets too! It is always safer to be prepared for the unexpected. Having your carpets or upholstery protected can be a great way to prevent spillages from soaking into the fabrics or floor coverings, enabling you time to mop up with kitchen towel before they travel deep inside. This can be applied after cleaning and acts as a barrier protection. Typically common stains this year are drinks and in particular red wine and coffee which can leave permanent damage if not correctly cleaned. It is best to avoid using household sprays and foams as this will set the stains and they will become permanent and no amount of professional cleaning will guarantee to remove these.

  • We are a family friendly company with many years of experience.
  • We belong to a trade association (the only one of its’ kind in the UK) that actually train their members to a standard which is certified by examination and training
  • We are fully insured to carry out the work we perform
  • We are a trusted local service business with over 325 reviews in the last three years alone
  • We understand the importance of your home and belongings
  • We take care to protect your floors and furniture during the cleaning process and provide after care advice
  • We offer a referral discount scheme programme

Get in touch with us today, we have just a few appointments left before we break for the holidays. You can WhatsApp us on 07976 015531 or send us an email to:

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