- We sell several professional
strength spot & stain removers and cleaners. These will help
remove many spots and stains from most carpet types. Look below
or check out our "Bottled Chemicals"
section by clicking here.
A combination stain is one that contains substances
of both a greasy and nongreasy origin. Treat the stain first
for the nongreasy portion, using cool water and detergent. Rinse
the spot thoroughly and let the material dry. Then sponge the
remaining greasy part of the stain with cleaning fluid. Let the
cloth dry and repeat if necessary. A bleach* is sometimes necessary
to remove all traces. ALWAYS TEST FOR COLORFASTNESS BEFORE USING
ANY SOLUTION, ESPECIALLY BLEACH*. Return
to Spot Removal Guide
- *NOTE: Some products like hydrogen peroxide, or alcohol
can actually bleach or change the color in some fabrics. Read
the WARNING notice below and proceed with caution whenever you
use such products.
| WARNING: Before making any attempts
to remove spots, always test fabric for colorfastness first by
applying a small amount of the cleaning solution or chemical
on a hidden or unnoticeable area. The tips listed here are NOT
guaranteed to work in every case and may have a negative affect.
When using any chemical or liquid on fabric you should PROCEED
WITH CAUTION. If you are unsure as to how your carpet or upholstery
might be affected you should call a professional cleaning technician
in your area.
- HEAVY DUTY
- SPOT AND STAIN
- A very popular spotter! Powerful water-soluble cleaner and degreaser.Excellent
for cleaning heavy-duty spots and stains and for the removal
of grease or oil-based spots and stains--which most common stains
are. Ultra is safe on almost all surfaces (when used according
to directions) -- yet will effectively clean and remove many
of the toughest spots and stains. 32 ounce. (See price list)
|| Suggested Price
|| After Discount
- 1 Quart
- (32 oz.)
- Plus Shipping & Handling
- Plus $9.25 Shipping & handling