Reappearing Spots And Stains

Reappearing Spots And Stains

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Reappearing spots from pet urine

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Soil penetrates onto carpet backing

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Contaminants visible on carpet backing

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Soapy cleaning products can attract soil

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Contaminants still in the carpet-never removed

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Maintenance issue

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Foam/soap residue attracts soil

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Contaminant never completely removed

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Poor maintenance

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Foam/soap residue attracts soil

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What you need to know

Re-appearing spots will typically become visible within 24 hours to a few weeks after cleaning or spot cleaning the carpet. The soil or stain that was cleaned has mysteriously re-appeared in the same location as the original stain. Reappearing spots are a common condition and can occur for two main reasons. This can happen if the substance in the carpet was not completely removed, or the detergent used was not thoroughly rinsed from the carpet at the time of cleaning. The key to determining the cause is related to …

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