Carpet & Upholstery Stain Protectors

A common question that I’m asked  “Is it worth applying protector treatments to your carpet and sofa?” Well the answer is yes.

So how do carpet and upholstery protectors work?

They work by coating the surface of the carpet or upholstery fabric with a dirt repellent coating which makes it harder for dirt to stick to or spills to be absorbed by the fibres.  

However, carpets and upholstery protected whether new or not, will require maintenance. A protector will not keep spills and dirt from landing on a carpet or chair; it simply provides easier stain removal and reduced intervals of deep cleaning; thereby achieving considerable savings in cleaning and replacement costs. The net effect is that the original appearance can be maintained by good household hygiene.

The protectors are either water based or solvent based depending on the application.  Once applied the protector will be absorbed into and coat the fibre repelling the soil or spill.  It is as effective on natural fibres such as cotton, linen, wool as it is on synthetic fibres such as viscose rayon, Tencel, nylon and acrylic.  Other fibres worth protecting are the new generation of carpets containing jute, sisal, seagrass and coir which are especially prone to water based stains.

After treatment, the protectors won’t allow sticky soils to stick to the fibres, so that they dry out and eventually turn to dust.

Daily vacuuming does most of the work for you. It takes away the majority of the dirt and dust particles which otherwise would attach themselves to the fibres causing premature wear. Having your carpets, rugs and upholstery treated requires less vacuuming because there is less static and friction to attract and hold on to the dust .

If a glass of red wine or coffee is spilt on a treated fabric then a correctly applied protector allows time for the spillage to be padded out with a wad of tissue or a cloth before it causes damage or stains.

Our protectors can be applied to just cleaned  or newly installed carpets.

These protectors are used in both the domestic and commercial markets. Many commercial property owners are well aware of the benefits of protecting their investments such as pubs, restaurants, nightclubs and restaurants, whilst householders are highly recommended by manufacturers and retailers to protect their carpets and upholstery.

The main advantages of using carpet, rug, upholstery and leather stain protectors:

  • Prolongs the life of your upholstery and carpets.
  • Provides an increased chance of stain removal and release.
  • Helps shield against oil and water based stains.
  • Reduces wear and tear.
  • Makes vacuuming double as effective.
  • Improves indoor air quality.
  • Improves professional deep cleaning, saving you time and money.
  • Increases the lifecycle of carpets and furnishings.