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09-19-2019 08:32 AM
Farrah Farhani For Removing carpet stains, dry cleaning from the outside in then rinse with clean water then blot again. Note: Do not scrub the rug otherwise your rug may be ruin.

Rug is very costly so always wash from professional cleaners in your local area. You can check high customer rated cleaners in Google (Check rating in Google Listing or other local sites like yelp, yellow pages etc.
09-14-2019 02:37 PM
Peter James thanks for the tip really appreciated!
09-12-2019 12:09 PM
sofacleaningdublin If you have found such product you will be a rich man soon

I use around 20 different stain removers to remove most commune stains but even with all this products, there are stains that i cant even touch

Very readable content
06-10-2019 09:17 AM
adriangranadillo thanks,very helpful information
05-02-2019 02:36 AM
hellengeek One of the most common problems we face in our day-to-day life is removing stains from carpets. However careful one may be, staining your carpet in some way or the other is inevitable. Carpets once installed can't be removed from their place and this itself provides us with the challenge of removing stains from carpets. Especially, substances like ketchup or coffee tend to leave a stain on forever.
04-30-2019 10:31 AM
saragonzalez It is a well-known fact that cleaning fresh stains is much easier than old ones. If you accidentally dirty the carpet with something, you can easily clean it by yourself. For example, take a wet towel, moisten it with an alcohol solution and cyclic movements around the circle to remove dirt from the carpet. In the case of old stains, not everything is so simple, the help of specialists will be needed here. Because they have not only the necessary cleaning products but also professional equipment.
03-26-2019 11:39 AM
Carpet Cleaning Alex
Great Tips!

These are some very simple, easy to use tips. Thank you for sharing!
03-12-2019 08:04 AM
jakefinn
How to Remove Every Type of the Carpet Stains

Carpets are made up of very soft and sensitive materials, therefore little stains over the carpets create a great mess. Now, the question is how to clean different types of carpet stains? Here are some of the simple tips and tricks for the carpet cleaning at home:
Let us list first the number of various types of carpet stains:
* Water-Soluble Stains
* Special Water-Soluble Stains
* Fat, Oil, and Wax Stains

# Water-Soluble Stains: These kinds of stains include alcoholic beverages, berries, colas, excrement, food dyes, ice cream, jelly, milk, etc. For the removal, these stains take a vinegar in simple water and place carpet in this solution for a few minutes and wash it with soft hands.

# Special Water-Soluble Stains: The stains like blood, chocolate, coffee, vomit, wine etc are categorized in this category of carpet stains. For this make a solution of 1 tablespoon ammonia and the same quantity of water in it.

# Fat, Oil, and Wax Stains: For these stains, place the paper towel over the stains and run the warm iron on it, and the wax and oil come out of the carpet.
These kind of solutions are best for the carpet cleaning at home.

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