Keep your carpets and furniture pet stain and pet hair free!

Routine Clean-up Schedule

If you own a house pet like a cat, dog or even a rabbit you should ideally have your carpets and upholstery cleaned by Eco-Steam Clean Liverpoool Ltd at least every six months. Regular professional cleaning is good for your pets, and good for you, because as well as making everthing look and smell cleaner, it also reduces:

  • Dust mites by 99%
  • Dust mite allergens by 99%
  • Mould spores by 97%
  • Cat allergens by 99%
  • Pet hair by 97%

It doesn’t matter how often and how well you vacuum your carpets , your home vacuum cannot do this . Domestic vacuum cleaners – at best – can remove the top layer of dirt from your carpets, and they cannot deal with pet hair (even the so-called ‘pet vacuums. Ever ended up with a small, handheld lint roller to the point of frustration?.. You already know this!

When employing a professional carpet cleaning company like Eco-Steam Clean Liverpool Ltd to clean carpets you not only get you carpets steam cleaned at 230 degrees C (no sopping wet water to dry), you also free stain removal (no extra £10 per carpet like most of our competitors), and free re-piling (with a dedicated machine, again, no charge).

Pictures speak a thousand words, so watch our video to see how it’s all done, and imagine how we can improve your home.

Step 1

We pre-spray your carpets with a 100% eco-friendly, bio-degradable and non toxic cleaning agent that won’t harm you, your family or your pets.

Step 2

We repile your carpet with a professional repling system that scrubs and agitates your carpet all the way down to the root of the fibres. This dedicated machine pulls up hairs from deep down inside the carpet fibres. Most people are pretty shocked at the giant hairballs we retrieve!

Step 3

We provide free stain removal where stains are reasonably fresh and have not ‘set’ by home products. (Don’t try this yourself, as chemicals reduce the chance that the stain can be successfully removed, especially on pet urine.)

We’re working on one video that explains the whole procedure at once but for the moment check out these two video that will give you a rough guess what we do to maintain your carpets.


  • Step 1

  • Step 2