Stain Removal

We don't like stains and we don't want them in our house, unless it is a part of the creative concept and design. 

To keep your house nice and fresh, the following areas and surfaces need to be cleaned regularly: kitchens, bathrooms, electrical appliances, walls and floors, metal surfaces (stainless steel, chrome, aluminium etc.), other hard washable surfaces such as laminated plastics, enamel and ceramic and other areas where grease and grime build up... Ecomist range of cleaning products makes it much easier to maintain all the surfaces clean! 

Carpets care

An orange juice, a little present from your pet, or even a contemporary finger-paint artwork from your kid - it seems whatever is not supposed to get on the carpet always does.

It's important to preserve the carpet's original texture while removing the dirt that leads to stains. That allows your carpet to look neat and increase its lifespan. 

What is a carpet stain?

Staining occurs from the chemical bonding of a pigment with the carpet fibre and once this bonding has taken place, separating the two is extremely difficult without causing damage to the carpet pile. That's why it's critical to sort out spills and stains as soon as they happen.

Before you do anything, make sure you have scraped up any solids and blotted up any excess liquid spills with paper towels. And remember – never rub wet carpet! 

  • 'Contain the stain' then blot up any liquids straight away with paper towels.
  • Scoop up solids immediately with a knife or spoon – try not to push the substance further into the carpet pile.
  • Rub carpet when it's wet – ever! This will damage the carpet pile and send the stain deeper.
  • Drown the carpet in water or any other liquid. 
With liquid stains, we'd recommend the use of our Wet Stain Remover – but again, you must firmly blot up the stain before applying. If you don't have any Wet Stain Remover handy, then the next best thing would be to dilute the area with lukewarm water and re-blot thoroughly using clean, dry paper towels, ensuring you do not rub the stain. You can continue to gently apply water and re-blot. The wool pile will not be damaged by water as long as you don't over-wet the carpet, which may cause watermarks on the surface or damage to the backing.

Most oily or greasy stains can be removed, even after a period of time. We sell a top-selling stain remover for dry stains that’s very effective on oily/greasy spills. However, certain stains may have a chemical reaction with the fibre and can cause irreversible damage.  

Surface cleaning and polishing 

When it comes to cleaning and polishing we want to get rid of grease and grime easily, avoid scratches and mask surface imperfections.  

Clean using a versatile multipurpose foam. Clark Multi Foam is ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, walls, floors, electrical appliances, and other areas where grease and grime build up. The foam is abrasive-free - it will not scratch or wear even the most sensitive surfaces. When sprayed onto surfaces it foams, allowing the active ingredients to get to work cutting through grease and dissolving grime. Allow the product to work for a few minutes, and then simply wipe it away with a cloth, along with the grime. 

Use our Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish to get a smooth, clean surface with a protective layer that prevents further marking. This white emulsion dissolves marks and grime on the surface and fills in scratches/imperfections.

It is suitable for use on stainless steel, chrome, aluminum, and other metal surfaces (such as signage, stair rails, lifts and other metallic structures in public spaces) and also can be used on other hard washable surfaces such as laminated plastics, enamel, and ceramic.