But do you really want to clean a stain off your carpet with bleach.
Bleach cleanable carpets reviews.
If any of the liquid or mud does get into the carpet fibres you can use bleach to clean it up using a mixture that is 50 bleach and 50 water.
Made from specially developed high quality polypropylene fibre the bleach cleanable carpets are soft and comfortable to walk on but will repel any spills or stains.
First of all use bleach only if necessary and only if it s the last option left.
If you have babies small children or like me a dog that likes to rub his face in the pile then maybe leaving bleach on the carpet isn t the best idea.
1 july 2008 at 7 14am davidscottishpainter19 forumite 19 posts.
Usually manufactured from a specially developed high quality polypropylene fibre these carpets help to repel any spills as the liquid sits on top of the fibres giving you time to clean it up.
So say goodbye to stains and take a look at the range of bleach cleanable carpets for more information on our bleach cleanable carpets please call us direct on 01604 702774.
There is a range of carefree carpets available from regency that claim to be totally stain resistant even cleanable with bleach from those dreaded red wine coffee and mud stains.
All of the carpets in this category qualify for our free sample service our price guarantee and also our next working day delivery service.
I have a bleachable carpet in my lounge dining room and stairs it was from an independent fitter the colour is barley i think its from a range called stainguard heathers anyway it looks fantastic and is very soft underfoot and stain resistant.
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Bleach cleanable carpets for lounge bedroom dining room hall stairs landing.
The only carpet that is safe to use a bleach mix on is a 100 polypropylene carpet.
Much better value than hiring a carpet cleaner.
Do not use bleach on wool carpet and since bleach makes the carpet lighter it should never be used on any carpet rich in color as the color may fade away.
Well the fibres won t react to bleach in the same way wool or another natural fibre will.
Dilute bleach with water and try it on a small patch first eg under the sofa.
If it stains or does something else horrible to the carpet get a wet dry vacuum.
Using bleach to clean a carpet has its limitations.
Stain resistant carpets have stain resistant properties making them ideal for the busy domestic home.