First, don't panic, spot removal is an art not an exact science but there are some general do's and don'ts we will cover here.  If you are short on either patience or self confidence you may  want to bring in a professional cleaner no matter what type of spot we are considering.

Here's what you can do to improve your chance of success with any type of fresh spot:

The products we recommend below are all made without solvents, disinfectants, flammables, poisons or any other components that might compromise your property or the health of you or your family.

Grease, Oil, Butter, Tar, Peanut Butter, Gravy, Mayonnaise, Etc.

Blot up excess liquids with a clean white towel or paper towels.  Scrape up excess solids.  Use our microbial digester TRIO Plus which will break down the complex compounds and then digest them doing most of your cleaning for you.  After applying the TRIO cover with plastic or a damp towel so that it dries slowly.  This will give the bacteria and enzymes time to work.  Repeat as needed to remove spots and odors.  If any spots remain you may blot them out with a solution of our APC 100 or S 200 in water.

Blood, Milk, Grass, Urine, Vomit, Feces, Egg, Ice Cream, Chocolate, Etc.

Use the same technique and products as above. Be especially careful with blood stains to never use hot water.

Food Spots, Juice, Soda, Fruits, Jelly, Ketchup, Mustard, Wine, Alcohol, Etc.

Use the same technique and products listed above.


Use WINSOL COFFEE AND TEA STAIN REMOVER. Just wet and work in the product and allow it to oxidize most stains with out any work.  If needed blot and remove any remaining spill with APC 100 or S200 mixed in warm water.

If you find yourself with paint, glue, ink, gum or other difficult stains that often require solvents you are unwilling to bring into your home, try WINSOL CITRUS SPOTTER.  Made with up to ten times the concentration of all natural citrus solvent then most leading brands.  A truly non-hazardous agent for non-water based spills and accidents.

Wet small areas of the affected carpet and press with a white cotton towel or paper towels allowing the stain to wick into the towel.  Repeat until the spot is gone or no further color is removed.  Blot with water dampened towel to remove any remaining spotter.


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