Best Stain Proof Carpet in 2020
Scotchgard Rug & Carpet Protector, Repels Liquids, Blocks Stains, 17 Ounces
DuPont Teflon Advanced Carpet Protector - Concentrate - 1 Gallon TA
- Stronger protection against oil-based spills and stains.
- Outstanding dry soil resistance.
- Excellent at repelling spills from penetrating the carpet fiber and causing a spot or stain.
- Works great on all carpet fiber types
- Safe for use around people and pets.
Bissell Stomp 'N Go Pet Lifting Pads + Oxy for Stain Removal on Carpet & Area Rug Cleaning, 20 Pack, 2194, 20 Count
- Every BISSELL purchase helps save pets. BISSELL proudly supports BISSELL Pet Foundation and its mission to help save homeless pets.
- Stain lifting pads permanently removes tough set in stains including wine, pet messes, mud, cola, coffee, blood and juice
- Great for cleaning carpets, area rugs, pet beds, car interiors, and more. For tough stains the pad may remain up to 24 hours on the soiled area
- No scrubbing or touching the stain necessary. Simply set the pad, stomp and dispose
- Stain, Stomp, Gone! Simply place the treated pad and step on the pad to release the cleaning formula
- Leaves carpets smelling fresh
- Includes 20 stain lifting pads. Each pad is 4 inches by 8. 25 inches.
Scotchgard Rug & Carpet Protector, 1 Can, 14-Ounce
- Triple action protection - repels spills, resists soils and blocks stains
- Limits reappearing spots
- Strong stain protection pushes spills away from fibers
- Most fresh spills clean up easily with just water
nuLOOM Moroccan Blythe Area Rug, 4' x 6', Grey/Off-white
- Designed with resilience against everyday wear-and-tear, this rug is kid and pet friendly and perfect for high traffic areas of your home such as living room, dining room, kitchen, and hallways
- Sleek and functional 0.37” pile height allows for convenient placement in entryways, underneath furniture, and will not obstruct doorways
- Stylish and versatile, this Moroccan-inspired rug adds the right amount of chic to your space
- A neutral color palette ensures this rug can be seamlessly integrated into any existing décor
- Easy to clean and maintain, we recommend vacuuming regularly and spot treating for any mild stains with carpet cleaner. Dry cleaning recommended for major stains
Learning Carpets Hopscotch Play Carpet, 79â€ by 26â€ â€“ Play the Classic Game Indoors or Outdoors â€“ Durable Skid-Proof Backing â€“ Soil and Stain Resistant â€“ Bright and Colorful Hopscotch Board Carpet
- CLASSIC GAME: Play the classic and educational hopscotch game wherever and whenever with Learning Carpets 79” by 26” Hopscotch Play Carpet. No chalk required! Toss a stone, coin or bean bag and hop your way through the numerical maze.
- INDOOR OR OUTDOOR USE: Whether it’s a bright and sunny day in July or a cold and snowy day in February, the hopscotch board is ready to play outside or inside. The carpet is soft on the feet, so shoes are optional!
- BRIGHT AND COLORFUL: Rain won’t wash away this board! The bright red, blue, orange and green squares will be ready and waiting whenever the kids want to play. The numbers are large and easy to see, and the squares are a comfortable size.
- DURABLE: Made of 100% polypropylene, the hopscotch mat is washable and soil- and stain-resistant. This carpet can stand up to as much hopping as kids want to do.
- NON-SKID BACKING: The hopscotch play carpet features a durable latex gel skid-proof backing. In addition, the 3-ply felt backing increases sound and thermal insulation and prevents wrinkling and creasing.
Prochem - Fourguard - Carpet Protector RTU - Teflon Carpet & Upholstery Protector - 1 Gallon B130
- Protects against Spills
- Protects against Soil
- Protects against Stains
- Protects against Oil
Scotchgard Rug & Carpet Protector, Pack of 2, 14Ounce Each
3M Scotchgard Rug & zoExFH, Carpet Protector, 2Pack (14 oz)
Angry Orange Pet Odor Eliminator for Dog and Cat Urine, Makes 1 Gallon of Solution for Carpet, Furniture and Floor Stains
- Get rid of the toughest pet odors: Angry Orange is a commercial grade citrus pet odor remover
- Safe And Non Toxic: Angry Orange pet urine odor remover is derived from the oil found in orange peels; biodegradable and non-toxic
- Makes (4) 32 Ounce Spray Bottles: 1 gallon of pet odor remover and carpet cleaner solution from our 8 ounce bottle
- Multiple Uses: Angry Orange odor eliminator for home can be used on carpets and tile; combats cat odor in litter boxes; removes pet odor in the yard and kennel surfaces; ammonia and methane odors; and anywhere else pet odor waste is a problem
- Customer Satisfaction: If you ever have an issue with this item we will send you a replacement on us, no questions asked
The High Cost of Carpet & Keeping Them Clean
In a perfect world, stain resistant carpets truly would resist stains. But the reality is, carpets don't repel stains, and the more you do to keep a carpet dry and free of loose ordinary traffic dirt and dust, the easier it will be to treat a stain.
The two biggest factors that affect a carpet's cleanliness and maintaining its plush or fresh look, are moisture and air contaminant's or pollution. Moisture can result from a too humid house, or simply cleaning a spill or stain with water and not drying it properly or thoroughly. Air pollution can be in the form of smoke, aerosol sprays, cooking steam or an inadequately ventilated room. Even the use of some ionizers can pull contaminants from the air and attract deposits to carpet fibers. And let's not overlook the obvious human and pet factor of accidents and hair and dust.
The best way to care for your carpet is through frequent dry vacuuming. The suction of dirt without moisture takes care of half the battle. Additionally, to maintain the carpet's longevity, texture and appearance, a yearly shampooing is recommended. Don't confuse steam cleaning with shampooing. Most companies that advertise steam cleaning your carpets, really aren't cleaning with steam, they are simulating steam by using very hot water often accompanied with cleaning solutions, which is essentially "shampooing" your carpet. With carpet shampooing, you are extracting the excess water. In simple terms, clean water with detergent goes in your carpet fibers and the dirty water is pulled out. The more extraction of water the better. If your carpets are taking hours and hours to dry after shampooing, then you are not helping your carpet, but damaging it. There are many consumer grade steam vacs on the market which more than pay for themselves after two uses as opposed to having hired a professional company to have cleaned your carpets.
The worst thing you can do to clean stains, when spot cleaning by hand, is use hot water. Use clean cold water and a damp white cotton cloth, such as a 100% cotton terry towel, to work on loosening and removing the stain. Then use a dry white towel to blot any excess dampness. You don't want to use a lot of water because it can destroy the carpet fibers. You don't want to apply heat to a stain because it "heat sets" it. This is why some carpet stains reappear a few weeks after being cleaned, almost as if they were ghost stains coming back to haunt you. This is much like the principle with caring for your face. If you wash your face with cold water, you close the pores. If you wash your face with hot water, you open the pores. Using hot water on a stain is essentially opening the "pores" (the fibers) of the carpet, so you are making the stain deeper and more wide-spread. Many products on the market designed for spot cleaning, from liquid sprays, to foams, to chemical solutions, to aerosols, can temporarily remove a stain and a 2 weeks later you start to see the stain reappear. More often than not, the reason the stain recurs is due to how hard (physical force), you tried to clean the stain. You don't want to rub the carpet roughly, but rather use gentle blotting and circular brushing movements to retain the carpet pile. Additionally, you should never vacuum a stained area that is wet because you can damage your vacuum cleaner in the process too. The vacuum is best for cleaning the dirt on a dry stained area and then you can work the stain with moisture after surface dirt has been removed. The key is always to blot the excess moisture as you try to "extract" it.
If we lived in a perfect world, then stain resistant carpets truly would resist stains. But the reality is, carpets don't repel stains, and the more you do to keep a carpet dry and free of loose ordinary traffic dirt and dust, the easier it will be to treat a stain when it happens. Applying moisture to an already dirty carpet will only make the stain worse.
Understanding the importance of moisture control to keep carpets dry, coupled with the knowledge to only use cold water on spot removal (as opposed to hot water), you have won half the battle in ensuring lasting carpet you can be happy with.