Until CARSI’s Stain Removal Training Day
CARSI presents another face to face Carpet Cleaning Stain Removal Training Day!
Come along and increase your knowledge about stain removal.
Learn what type of products to use on different stains, the risks of stain removal, tips and tricks to get the most out of your business, and more! BONUS Spotter bottle for every attendee!
This training day will take place on the 8th of July 8.30am — 12.30pm in Boondall!
More details will be emailed after purchase!
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Chances are that your clients will have a variety of spots and stains on their carpets ranging from food, drinks, urine, and other substances. The faster the spots and stains are addressed, the better the chances of removal.
Any cleaning company can offer spot and stain removal with investment into equipment and training. If spots or stains are not addressed quickly, they can cause permanent damage such as discolouration, blotchy areas, or simply take away from the overall appearance.
Regular carpet cleaning and maintenance along with carpet spotting can assist in the lifespan of the carpets. Thus saving the homeowners money and preventing them from replacing carpets before they are worn out.
It is important to educate your clients about different cleaning agents used for carpet spotting. If your clients try to fix the stain or spot themselves, they may make it worse. Some substances will remove the colour from the carpet as well as the stain.
You will need to learn how to identify stains and spots as this will determine the type of cleaning agent required. Oil and grease will need to be emulsified for removal.
It is important that you do not over wet the carpet as this can cause the stain to spread. A white towel should be used to blot the stain as using a coloured towel can transfer the cloth dyes to the carpet. Make sure you do not rub or scrub the stain as this can make the stain larger and damage the carpet fibers.
Spot and stain removal starts with identifying what has caused the stain. Once the stain is identified, the correct cleaning agent can be selected. It is important to follow the instructions on the chemical bottle or Safety Data Sheet (SDS). This will detail specific steps required for the chemical to work best including dwell time and any precautions that may be required.
You will need a professional carpet spotting kit that will contain chemicals and tools required to remove spots and stains. Some will be easily removed whereas others may be difficult to identify and remove.
Training should be undertaken to ensure you are aware of the risks along with how to complete stain removal correctly and effectively. CARSI will be providing a face to face, hands-on training experience in Boondall, QLD on the 8th of July 2021.
This training day will provide attendees with the knowledge to undertake carpet stain and spot removal effectively. Stain and spot removal can be quite risky to undertake if you do not understand what is required. You could end up making the stain worse or damaging the carpet.
All attendees will receive a certificate of completion after taking a short multiple choice quiz. They will also receive a FREE spotter bottle.
CARSI provides many online courses that cover the carpet cleaning basics, mould remediation, safety data sheets, and more. Check out our range of courses to expand your knowledge and help us raise the bar in the industry.