There are lots of stains that you might end up dealing with on your carpets. Your carpets are something you want to keep clean and that can be a difficult task. The problem is that you have to live in the house and that means what you pick up outside can make it in. You also are going to eat, drink and have some fun in the house. That can cause stains and spills and the issue is that it can be hard to know the best technique to use to remove them. Many of the stains can use the same procedure to get them out but there are also a few that have a different method. When it comes to mud it is one of the ones that you need to know what to do. The mud can come in on the bottom of your shoes after a rain storm or on your dogs paws. You want to make sure that you use the correct method or it can make it worse. Carpet Care 2000 outlines what you can do to get mud out of your carpets.
When to Clean Mud Off Carpet
When it comes to cleaning a stain off your carpets the most common thought is that you need to get to it fast. You have to stop what you are doing and get the supplies out to remove the stain. This is where cleaning a mud stain differs the most. If you start to clean the mud when it is wet it will be quite difficult. The stain can start to get larger and it may not be removed. What you want to do is block off the area and allow the mud to dry out. Then you are dealing with dry dirt and not water and dirt combined. This will make it much easier to remove from the carpet.
Pick Up Dirt Clumps & Rocks
Once you have allowed the mud to dry out you can start the cleaning method. The step that comes next is to remove the excess. When you have a stain that is full of moisture you can press with a clean cloth. When you have mud you want to get the trash can over and pick off as much of the chunks of mud as possible. They will dry out and create larger pieces that you can carefully remove from the carpet. .
Vacuum Dry Dirt from Carpet
Now that you have picked up the larger pieces you can use the vacuum to get as much debris off the carpet as you can. The vacuum will be able to get a lot of the mess removed for you and usually leave a small stain that may need to be treated. You can run the vacuum over the area a few times to ensure to get all that you can.
Clean Carpet Stain
The last step that you can take is to clean the spot with a mild cleaner. Mix warm water with a tablespoon of mild soap. You can use a clean cloth to dab around the area and repeat the process if necessary. Once the area is dry the carpet will be clean and looking great.
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Carpet Care 2000 can come to your house to remove any hard to treat carpet stains. Call us today to make your appointment.