Carpet Bleach Stain Removal NYC


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With so many different types of carpets and area rugs out on the market, ranging from wool, silk, nylon, and acrylic, there is no wonder people have a hard time finding the most efficient solutions for safely removing unsightly stains and spots from their flooring and Carpet. Bleach Stain Removal can be the most difficult. Each different model comes with its distinct composition that needs to be handled differently. No matter if you need to remove stubborn white and yellow bleach stains from your rugs, or you have used bleach to try to remove some spots and ended up causing more damage, get in touch with us. We are your go-to carpet and rug spot bleaching experts. We specialize in the entire range of carpet cleaning, stain removal, and color restoration services, and we do it a some of the most affordable rates on the market. We can save you precious time, energy, and money on useless DIY trials or new carpeting.

What Not To Do When Your Carpets Are Stained

One of the first things, when noticing your living room carpet has a huge stain on it would be to start rubbing it. In a desperate attempt, trying to get rid of the stain, you will use the classic up and down and side to side motions, which will do nothing more than spread the stain around and possibly poke a hole in your carpet.


If you think about using bleach to remove a red wine stain or a foundation spot on your rug, you might want to reconsider. While you may be able to get rid of the original stain, you will most likely confront a new one caused by the bleaching agent. And you will be looking at a white or yellowish spot from that day on. Chances are, you will need to call in the experts to help you get rid of the new bleach spot. Money- and time-wise, it would be a lot more efficient to contract the services of a professional carpet cleaner and avoid the extra hassle.

We are here to assist you with your every cleaning and spot removal need you may have, be it a stain caused by bleach, an improperly used cleaning agent or an accidental spill. Keep in mind bleach is not to be considered a color, but it is rather a solvent that can remove the color in your carpet. If the damage is already done and you are now dealing with a bleach stain on your expensive Oriental rug, let us take the stress away – and the stains off your carpets.

Try DIY Stain Removal Methods

You could try a few of the most popular bleach and spot removal methods if you are dealing with one or two small stains. However, if your carpets have large spots, they have become discolored or their colors have faded because they are covered in bleach, it is best to rely on an expert. Expensive carpets that have been in your family for generations or Oriental rugs you have bought in from the Middle East should be handled with extra care and consideration. Do not throw a bottle of bleach on them in hope that those red wine stains will magically vanish. Get in touch with us today and we will make sure to accurately assess your exact needs, test our fibers, and the type of stains you are dealing with and use the most suitable solutions.

For simpler and smaller spots, you could try using a dark marker or hair dry as a temporary way of covering the stains until a carpet cleaner can handle them using advanced techniques. Keep in mind this method will only work on dark-colored carpets and area rugs never use light hair dye or markers on a dark carpet, and vice-versa.

You could also opt for acrylic paint and interior house paint, as long as it is of the right shade and due. More often than not, these methods will cause your carpets to be extremely stiff. If you are not ready to see that happening, or you are not sure these options would work on your carpets, use an experienced carpet and rug spot bleaching removal service.

What We Can Do For You

The experts at On Time Steam Cleaning have the right expertise, experience, and knowledge to remove any bleach spots and stains off your carpets and area rugs, no matter how old or complex the stains or how sensitive our carpets might be. We will perform a spot removal test on a small portion of your carpet that is no visible to the naked eye and determine what is the best approach. We will only use entirely safe bleach spot removal treatments and make sure to restore the original colors and patterns you’ve bought your carpets for.

Call today and schedule an appointment with us and let us save you thousands of dollars and precious time.