Stain Removal Service

Unfortunately, accidents happen, and sometimes they’re going to happen on your garments. The good news is that there are ways to make it right again, and it’s easier when you address the problem as soon as possible.  The first step is to blot up as much of the spill as possible. Don’t rub it into the garment or scrub the stain into the fibers. Gently blot the spill up with a soft cloth or paper towels until you can’t get any more. From there, we can help you remove stains from your garments using our stain removal service.

Wine Stains

Wine Stain Removal at Maple Cleaners

Red wine goes great with a meal, but those stains do not pair well with your clothes. When that unanticipated drop of merlot lands on your favorite dress, let us help you get rid of your wine stains properly. Whether it’s a dark spot of red or a dribble of stray white or rosé, wine stains are tough, but not impossible to remove. Your clothes and table linens can be good as new again as long as you do not let that stain set in the garment by drying them. The home remedy is to use Club Soda, Vinegar, and Salt. If the home remedy does not work for you then let us help you get rid of the stains by using our state-of-the-art stain cleaning equipment and tannin stain removers.

Pet Stains

To clean up after a pet accident, we need to use special protein stain removers and enzyme cleaners. You can generally clean some of the pet stains like other stains: by blotting, not scrubbing, from the outside in.

Blood Stains

It happens! Whether you get a bloody nose in the middle of the cold winter, your little ones get bruises while playing in the backyard, or it’s that time of the month, sometimes blood gets on linens. So, how do you get blood out of sheets? Removing blood is no easy task, however, it is possible. The key is to be proactive and bring the garments to us as soon as it is practical. Once the blood dries, it can leave a permanent mark. So, avoid home remedies unless you have already cleaned such stains successfully in the past.

Ketchup Stains

“Always have an extra bottle of Ketchup on the shelf!” Some things just seem to go together, such as burgers and ketchup, and ketchup stains. Ketchup spills are inescapable. We suggest acting quickly. Remove any excess ketchup with a spoon or knife, but be careful not to rub it into the fabric. Avoid blotting the stain. If the garment requires dry cleaning, bring it as quickly as possible to the dry cleaner and point out the stain. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to remove the stain.