SPECIALTY STAIN REMOVALWe are able to remove even the toughest of stains!
If We Can’t Get It Out, No One Can!
Our professional technicians can remove most any stain put to our test. Armed with an arsenal of our industry’s finest stain-removal products and tools, Purely Clean Chem-Dry can remove or minimize all types of stains.
Your best chance for removing a pesky stain is to get to it as quickly as possible after the spot is made. The longer a spot sits on your carpet or upholstery, the harder it becomes to remove. While most stains can be removed, some require advanced technical sclean and expert cleaning solutions. Chem-Dry leads the carpet cleaning industry in products and solutions that help you win the battle against tough stains.
Purely Clean Chem-Dry technicians are willing to try and remove any stain. We have had success removing spots such as berries, soda, juice, blood, candy, nail polish, coffee, honey, jelly, mud, lipstick, Ketchup, marker, rust, throw-up, urine, wine, and many others. Each stain is somewhat unique, but our staff is expertly armed to tackle even the toughest stains. If you want to know if Purely Clean Chem-Dry can remove a stain, call us at 417-221-8883 and our helpful staff will let you know.
“If we can’t get it out, no one can.” All Purely Clean Chem-Dry professionals in Springfield are prepared with tools to remove virtually any stain. Our technician will prepare an on-site evaluation for any stains and provide a no-obligation estimate.
Serving all of Greene County, Barry County, Christian County, Stone County, Taney County, and Lawrence County, MO, including: Springfield, Ozark, Sparta, Branson, Nixa, Bradleysville, Clever, Republic and the surrounding areas.
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Sun: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of the Chem-Dry HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction) and P.U.R.T. (Pet Urine Removal Treatment). Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite matter. Pet odor results based on testing with the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine. Figures are an average across multiple tests.