The battle to keep your carpet clean is never ending. There seems to be spills and dirt being tracked into the house and on the carpets and rugs all the time. That leads to people needing to constantly adjust the way they care for their carpet. You need to have a good system and know the best way to treat spots and stains in your carpet or rugs. Most of the spills that happen need to be addressed and treated as soon as possible to ensure that they are removed. Not every stain is treated the same and you may need to adjust your treatment depending on what you are working with. The best way to stay on top of the carpet cleaning is to hire a professional carpet cleaner that is able to come on a regular basis to clean the carpets fully. In between the professional cleanings, you need to know how to treat stains as they happen.
Carpet Care 2000 Lists The Best Way To Treat Some Hard To Get Out Spots, Spills & Stains.
What is the Best Way to Remove Nail Polish from Carpet?: If you are painting your nails and some drips on the carpet you may think that removing it is hopeless. Fortunately, there are some steps that you can take to get it out of your carpets but you need to move as fast as you can. You want to have a clean cloth that you can dab but NEVER rub to remove all the excess paint. Now you can try to use a non-acetone nail polish remover and soak a cloth. Use the cloth to dab at the spot to remove any of the color that is left from the nail polish spill. Lastly you want to rinse the carpet are off with a rag and some warm water.
How to Remove A Grape Juice Stain from Carpet: Spilling any juice on your carpet is going to need to be removed as soon as possible. Grape juice stains extremely fast and has a lot of red dye that can soak into your carpet fibers. You need to get to the area quickly and blot or dab the area to remove as much moisture as possible. Then use a mix of hydrogen peroxide and liquid dish soap to apply to the area and clean the stain; You can use a tablespoon of dish soap and mix it into about a cup of hydrogen peroxide and use that to soak the area. That will break down the stain and allow you time to dab with a dry cloth to remove the stain. Allow the area to dry and repeat the process if it is necessary.
How to Get Hot Candle Wax Out of Your Carpet: Have you ever blown out a candle and it splattered and got on the carpet? This can seem like a time to panic but there is a way to get the wax off the carpet before it turns into a problem. You can use a brown paper lunch sack and a hot iron. Lay the brown sack over the wax and set the iron to the highest setting without steam. Then go over the spot several times and the heat will soften the wax and it will pull into the brown sack. When you pick up the sack the wax will be off the carpet and on the brown paper sack.
The best to really treat any carpet stain is to call a carpet cleaning professional. We can pre-treat any stains and high traffic areas before the main cleaning is done.