Carpet stain removing guide
Spillages are part of our everyday life and the task becomes all the more difficult when you have children. Moping stains and clearing them as quickly as possible because any liquid spills would leave spots which distort the appearance of over all carpet. To make your carpet look new even after years of drape, it is necessary to maintain proper cleaning of carpet. Accidents are bound to happen in our daily lives and carpet is something that needs to be kept clean in order to keep all germs at bay.
There are different methods which can be employed to make your carpet appear new as ever it was. Read out some specific recommendations for carpet removal stains:
- Carpet is usually made up of fragile fabric which tends to get spoil if once liquid is splashed on it and you might leave without cleaning them. Using kitchen or other fabric absorbent is appropriate to mop up the liquid.
- Keep carpet shampoo handy at home and pour some liquid wash or carpet shampoo on the stains which works from outside but do not rub it harshly. However avoid over wetting the carpet as it can ruin or distort the backing fabric
- Today some carpets hail with inbuilt or protective finish which helps preventing stains and is easy to clean.
- Now it is all about cleaning and this can be done with shampooing carpets once a year and vacuuming regularly. Cleaning with shampoo can be either performed at home or with some professional firm who can it for you.
- Other quick recommendations for stain removal are: using detergent solution of about 1tbsp in warm water can help in removing stains well. Bleach can be made by adding 15 ml or 1tbsp of household bleach in a cup of warm water.
- Dry clean solvent is another stain removal method
- A solution made with detergent and 1tbsp of white wine vinegar removes hard stains from carpet
- The stains of alcohol, tea, coffee, and urine can be removed by using absorbent tissue and blotting up the liquid. The specific part of carpet can be washed with detergent which works from outer edge of stain inwards.
- The spillages of chocolate, sweets, blood, glue, egg, ice-cream, milk and vomit must be scraped up with blunt knife and by washing with detergent solution. After that bleach solution can be applied when it get blot dry.
- While the stains of Fats, tar, chewing gum, oil, ointments and shoe polish can be scraped up as well with knife and dry cleaning solvent can applied followed by detergent and vinegar solution.