CARPET STAIN REMOVALWe are equipped to remove almost any stain.
Say Goodbye to Carpet Stains
Chem-Dry on the North Shore professional technicians can remove nearly any stain. Armed with an arsenal of the industry’s finest stain-removal products and tools, Chem-Dry on the North Shore can remove or minimize virtually all types of stains.
Your best chance for removing a stain is to work on it as quickly as possible after the spot is made. The longer a spot sits on the carpet or upholstery, the harder it becomes to remove. While most stains can be removed, they can require advanced technical skill and expert cleaning solutions to get out completely. Chem-Dry® leads the industry in products and solutions, helping you win the battle against tough stains.
Chem-Dry on the North Shore employs technicians that are willing to try and remove any stain. We have had success removing spots such as: berries, soda, juice, blood, candy, nail polish, coffee, honey, red juice or punch, jelly, mud, lipstick, Ketchup, marker, rust, throw-up, urine, wine and many others. Each stain is somewhat unique, but our staff is expertly armed to battle even the toughest stains.
We provide superior residential and commercial carpet and upholstery cleaning services throughout the following areas: North Suburban Area of Boston (In Middlesex County & Essex County) including Gloucester, Rockport, Beverly, Newburyport, Salem, Lynn, Reading, Winchester, Stoneham, North Reading, Wakefield, Amesbury, Danvers, Medford, Malden, MA and surrounding areas.
Chem-Dry on the North Shore
Carpet, Wet & Dry Upholstery, Area Rugs, Tile & Marble Cleaning in Middlesex & Essex County, MA
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*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of the Chem-Dry HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction) and P.U.R.T. (Pet Urine Removal Treatment). Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite matter. Pet odor results based on testing with the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine. Figures are an average across multiple tests.