People often talk about being “allergic to dust" or finding that dust triggers their asthma symptoms. This is because house dust mites are a common cause of asthma, allergic rhinitis and eczema right across the globe. Read about how you can take proactive steps to help limit the dust mite population in your home.
News & DIY Guides November 2016
A useful quick user guide at using the Hydromist Industrial carpet cleaner which will leave you carpets and upholstery looking spic span in no time at all !
Coffee is one of the most commonly spilt drinks in the home. Read about how to remove a coffee stain from your carpet or upholstery.
Follow these simple steps to remove beer stains from your carpet and upholstery.
Blood stains on carpets can be very tough to remove if it is not dealt with correctly. For the best results, follow these steps carefully.
Chewing gum needs to be dealt with slightly differently to most carpet stains. Follow these steps to get chewing gum off your carpet.
The process for removing crayon marks from a carpet is similar to that of removing chewing gum. Here's how to do it.
There are several ways to go about cleaning up an ink stain from your carpet, and most households will have one or more of the required ingredients used in the various methods.
There are effective steps you can take to remove poo from your carpet and prevent a long-term stain – and unpleasant odours. Find out how.
It's easy enough to accidentally drop a lipstick and leave a bright mark on your carpet – and you'll want to remove it as quickly as possible without smearing it or making the stain worse. Find out how.
Mould can cause damage to carpets and your health, particularly if you have asthma, allergies – so it's important to clean carpets regularly to get rid of it. Here's how to do it.
If you accidentally spill nail varnish on your carpet, don't panic – with the right cleaning approach you should be able to remove the stain. Find out how.
Paint is easier to remove while it is still wet – and water-based paint is generally easier to remove from a carpet than oil-based paint – but regardless, you should be able to get rid of the stain as long as you follow appropriate cleaning steps. Find out how.
A red wine spill will leave you with an unsightly stain on your carpet if you don't clean it up properly. And, as is the case with most stains, the quicker you deal with it the easier it will be to remove. Find out how.
Rust stains will come out of carpets, both natural and synthetic – and usually you can achieve good results with some readily-available household ingredients. Find out how.
Tomato sauce stains will come out of carpets, whether they are synthetic, man made or natural – and in general you will achieve excellent results with a readily-available household ingredient. Find out how.
It's important to clean up urine from your carpet as thoroughly as possible in order to avoid an unpleasant smell lingering, as well as an unsightly stain. Find out how to remove the stain.
Check out our quick and effective cleaning guide to prevent vomit stains from leaving any unpleasant smells on your carpets and upholstery.
Check out our quick and effective cleaning guide to remove oil or grease stains on your carpets and upholstery.
A comprehensive guide to dehumidifiers and their benefits and uses.
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