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We Can Tackle Difficult Stains

In addition to standard carpet and upholstery cleaning, Hauge's Floor Care near Olympia, Washington, offers expert stain and pet odor removal services. We will also clean and brighten tile and grout.

Stain Removal

Let us bring our training and expertise to remove the toughest stains on your carpet or furniture. Many surfaces are best cleaned with hot water extraction while others bleed and run with liquid cleaners. We understand the science of stain removal and will get your spots out without damaging the surface.

Spot Remover

Our excellent spot remover is included with every service. It is strong enough to be effective on pet stains, wine, and blood.

Before & After Carpet Stains

Odor Removal

If you are suffering from the horrible smells of pet odors, let us remove the unpleasant odors from your carpet or furniture. Pet odors, urine, and vomit can also cause permanent damage to carpet and upholstery. Water often worsens the odor associated with urine explaining why pet owners often experience stronger smells on humid days. Fresh urine has an acidic pH balance of five or six. Once it dries, it becomes more alkaline with a pH of 10-12. Prompt cleanup of fresh urine is ideal as warm and acidic urine breeds bacteria. As urine dries, the ammonia can cause a permanent stain in your carpet or upholstery. We remove stains and neutralize odors by utilizing specialized enzymes that consume odor-causing bacteria and remove all of the alkaline salt deposits from dried urine.

Before & After Tile Cleaning

Tile and Grout Cleaning

Remove dirt from your tile and grout to freshen your kitchen or bathroom. Grout and many types of tile are porous with millions of small holes, divots, and other uneven surfaces to trap dirt and debris. This causes your tile to become dark and dull over time. By cleaning these surfaces with pressurized hot water extraction, the pressure forces the dirt particles to break free. This process also uses heat to melt the grease and oils that bind dirt to the surface. Water dissolves this filth and is often mixed with a cleaning detergent. Before the dirty water can settle, it is extracted in the final part of this procedure.