But attempting to remove stains from your carpet using products purchased from a store can prove to be very costly if permanent damage is caused during removal attempts.
Manufacturers claims that they will remove all kinds of stains easily may well be true at times, and in the beginning, what they fail to tell you is that they are very highly concentrated and if not rinsed thoroughly and neutralised will continue to work into your carpet long after you think you have finished removing the stains.
I carry 12 different professional products for different stains. If one cheap branded stain remover worked, I'd save hundreds of pounds every year on my expensive (but highly effective) stain treatments. The fact that I stand by my stain treatments should tell you how well, or not, these branded products work.
Try these ideas instead. Always test an inconspicuous area first, as many unforseen results can occur.
These DIY tips can be effective, but its your risk to take by using them.
If you have stains and don't want to take a risk by attempting removal yourself...