Stains on Clothes

Helpful Hints for Techniques on Stains & Cleaning

Tamping a Stain
a safer method 
of stain removal
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Testing Leather for
Colour & 
Surface Affects
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The process to 
follow  before you 
clean your carpet
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A demonstration of
cleaning a fabric 
chair or suite
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How to protect a
chair or suite by 
water proofing
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If you don't treat a stain before you wash a garment it may set and become very difficult to remove. So one of the first decisions you have to make is whether to treat something yourself or leave it to the professional cleaner. If a garment is delicate and you'd normally never consider washing it then why try to treat it yourself, you're likely to be nervous and tentative, especially if it's a favorite item. It's probably best to begin by practicing on items your happy with and graduate to more difficult clothes after some practice.
Also before you try any of what you think may be "Aunties Old Remedies" stop and think. People often say things like "I've spilt red wine on this but it's OK because I've put white wine on it". Well, would you put red wine on a white wine stain? The answer is invariably "No" and if red wine isn't any good in getting out white wine why should white wine be any good at getting out red? It's best to follow a set pattern for stain removal and the we show will help you get most stains off of clothes
So once you've decided to try to get out a stain what should your next move be? Firstly, have the tools you need for the job ready before starting. It's no use finding out  that you can't continue because you haven't got enough absorbent cloths to get off what you've already put on or that you haven't got a treatment you need for your specific stain. Next, practice, you'll do a lot better once your used to the techniques you're about to use.  If you didn't see how the stain appeared take an educated guess about what it might be, our stain suggestion chart will might be helpful here. Consider the fabric you're about to treat and how the garment has been made, whether there is an interlining or if it has vivid colours that might run into each other. Above all if you have a gut feeling about something trust that feeling and remember. 

If in doubt ..... Don't !

Examples Equipment You Need What is this Stain? Treatments
Easy Stain Selector
  

Blood Stains

Remove both new and old blood stains.

Professional 
Stain Treatments
for Tea, Wine, Glue Rust + Many More
Odour Treatments
get rid of nasty smells while you sanitise & clean
DrClean's 
Professional Clothes Care Kit
Including Stain Removal with Full Instruction Booklet
Grooming Kit
Get rid of bobbles, hair & lint - a must for all pet owners
Stain Guarding
Spray on - Dry & it's Ready to Protect Your Carpets & Suites 
Hangers that Expand to fit your Clothes Perfectly
Stain Removal Kit
Removes Blood, Egg, Coke, Wine, Beer & more...
 
Leather Cleaning
Professional Kit to Clean & Condition Your Leather

DrClean's 
Wedding Dress, 
Ball Gown and 
Suit Covers 


All guaranteed easy to carry
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