What should I do if I have a spill?
Well, don't panic, but do try to react quickly. Often, the longer you wait, the more difficult it will be to remove a spot or stain.
By the way, a spot is anything on or in the fiber that has not bonded to it or to the dyes; it's generally easy to remove. A stain, on the other hand, has by definition altered the fiber and / or the dye in it, and this damage cannot be completely reversed. It's a permanent change. In many cases, we can still manipulate the fibers and dye chemicals to further change, thus improving the appearance of the stain - in many cases to the extent that it's no longer visible!
Disclaimer: Many spots and stains require professional treatment. This advice is offered in good faith, but neither FiberCare, Inc., its employees, associates or business affiliates, shall be held responsible or liable should the instructions below yield an unsatisfactory outcome, or cause further damage to the affected furnishing.
If you have a spill:
If you are not sure how to proceed, call us, and we'll either guide you through it or send a technician to take care of the problem.
Please remember - Most of the stains we can't fix are not the result of the spill itself, but of the home owner's aggressive or otherwise inappropriate treatment of the spill!