Blood Stains Again!
I was called out on an emergency clean in Bovey Tracey, just outside Newton Abbot in South Devon. A poor chap had cut his toe quite badly, the only problem was as he is paralyzed he didn’t notice it for quite some time. He wheeled himself around the house for some time before he noticed there was any problem, leaving a trail of blood every where he went. After vising the hospital he called us. As blood can be hard to remove if it is left to dry in for extended periods of time I rushed around that evening. Fortunately I was able to flush all the blood from the carpet, even the pool of blood which was left in the bathroom. I love cleaning carpets but sometimes it can turn your stomach!
The good thing is I didn’t need to bring a huge carpet cleaning machine in tho the property. In many situations involving spots stains and very small areas of carpet I have a small professional carpet cleaning machine. This smaller machine along with some specialist blood and protein stain remover I was able to remove all traces of the blood. Interestingly when treating blood stains which have been allowed to dry for a very long time it sometimes becomes necessary to treat the stain a a rust mark, because of the iron in the red blood cells. This was unnecessary in this situation however we have had great success with this in the past.
So if you have a stain which needs to be removed quickly call Robin Ray Carpet Cleaning on 01364 653221 we guarantee we will focus all of our attention and knowledge on achieving the best result possible.
While I was recently cleaning some carpets for a customer in Bovey Tracey I discovered this rather nasty tea stain. It had been there for a number of months and had set in to the 80% wool carpet.read more
If you have a spot of stain on either your carpet of upholstery the good news is almost all spots and stains come out with a general carpet clean an i would say around 90% of stains are totally removable.read more
Some times while cleaning carpet in the local area I come up against a blood stain. This was in a bungalow in Exeter the poor lady must have fallen and knocked her head on the door frame.read more