13/05/2015

Review: Mrs Gleams Carpet & Upholstery Stain Remover

Having beige carpets has been the bane of my life since we first moved into out little flat, as you'd expect it is horrendous for marks, stains, and well just about anything showing up on it. It's incredibly high maintenance something I hate. It's all about quick easy cleaning for me anything more than that makes me wants to throw my rattle out the pram. There I would be down on my hands and knees with a stain removing spray/powder, sponge and a bowl of hot water in tow scrubbing the carpet to rid it of any tough stains till my hands could take no more and in the end resulting in them looking like wrinkly prunes...Ribena for example the dreaded purple drink that my belovid partner often likes to spill. There must be something easier, quicker, and more effective than this I would always say to myself. 'This is ridiculous' I'd say while also adding a few stronger words.

When you have a baby your just opening up the risk to stains on your beautifully clean carpets, unless like me you already have a clumsy partner. Many a time I've thought to myself when preparing to feed Penelope. 'Oh sod the high chair, i'll be quick and feed her on the floor with a bib thinking that will save the floors. I never normally make mess when feeding the baby anyway ,it'll be fine. Lone behold that's the time she decides to snatch the spoon from me and launches it over the other side of the room. Fantastic, there's a nice bright red spag bowl stain for me to deal with. I look back at her to see her with a smug smile on her face almost as if she's saying 'should have got the high chair out mummy' dang it!


Thankfully here I am reviewing Mrs Gleams Carpet & Upholstery Stain Remover my miracle cure to stains!



I first discovered Mrs Gleams while at the Bedfordshire Baby & Toddler Show in April, I spoke to a lovely lady called Helen. She started to introduce me to some products and I'll be honest I was rather apprehensive at first that was until she went on to speak, 'non bleach formula','no pesticides', and 'child safe' for use on hard floors, carpets, upholstery, toys, and other surfaces you may want to clean. You see they don't just have carpet and upholstery stain removers, they also stock disinfectant sprays, oven cleaner, air & fabric freshener, kitchen cleaner and many other products.

Helen went on to demonstrate the Carpet & Upholstery Stain Remover in action, she had a cut out section of carpet that she smeared some fake tan onto, then added a foamy layer of the product onto it and she mustn't have left it to settle for  no more than 20-30 seconds before blotting the stain with some kitchen paper. I then wanted to start singing 'hallelujah' because the stain was completely gone, no scrubbing, sponge, hot water, and no hard labor involved. As easy and quickly as that: stain removed.

I couldn't wait to try this out for myself at home and upon it arriving I spent the morning whizzing around squirting every spot, stain, and speck on the carpet. I have a few before and after images that I took while on my detective stain removing rounds just to show you I'm not talking nonsense. Just to let you know the second example of images I had my carpets cleaned with a professional carpet cleaner and it didn't even touch this stain in respect to removing it.






This particular product is the fractional price of £5.99.

If you would like to order yourself some of this fab product then visit the Mrs Gleams website: www.mrsgleam.co.uk or follow them on Twitter @mrsgleam

*I wasn't paid for this post. I received the item for the review purposes. However all opinions are completely my own.

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5 comments:

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  2. It always seems like the weird, no-name brand cleaners always work the best, doesn't it? Although I suppose they have to be the best if they want to have any hope of competing with the big name brands. I actually had a carpet cleaning Henderson done one time and even those professional carpet cleaners were using cleaning chemicals by brands you'd never even heard of... and I think they'd be the ones who would know which ones work the best!

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  5. Thank you for showing us a nice product. One thing I suggest, try to use a uv light after you pat dry and the carpet dries off. Sometimes even soap can leave non visible stains. carpetcleaningarlington.net

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