Here Are Some Stains That Are Hard To Miss From Carpets

Carpets have become one of the home furniture that is always used by many people. In fact, many homeowners use more than one carpet in their room. Because the carpet will create a warm and comfortable atmosphere, it is not surprising if there are many people who use it. However, the cleanliness of the carpet must also be considered so that you feel more comfortable when using the carpet. You can use services from carpetcarespecialists.biz so that your carpet cleaning process is perfect so there are no more germs and bacteria on the carpet.

Stains on the carpet are indeed difficult to remove, especially some of the stains below that are difficult to clean and remove from the carpet. Some of the stains in question are

– Cigarette stains
Rub the charred fiber because of the stain with fine sandpaper. After that, drop a little detergent water into the stain then rub it with a clean cloth. Let stand for 5 minutes. Mix 2 tablespoons of borax and ½ liter of water. Dip the sponge in the solution then rub the stain. Repeat several times, then clean with clean water. After that, dry with a cloth or sponge.

– Stains of Wax, Butter, Fat, Glue and Chewing Gum
Remove as many stains as possible on the carpet using a tablespoon, a blunt knife or a bread knife. Then, place tissue paper (to absorb dirt) in the area that is stained and gently press it using a warm iron, do it repeatedly until the greasy stain is no longer visible on the paper. After that, mix 2 tablespoons of non-alkaline detergent with 2 tablespoons of white vinegar and 1/2 liter of warm water, then spray the solution onto the stain on the carpet. After that wash with warm water. Dry it with a hair-dryer (low setting) and let the carpet be exposed to sunlight (if possible).

If there are some stains on your carpet, then it’s good to use the services of a professional carpet cleaning so that all the stains are gone.

Carpet Care Specialists Mosman
50 Yeo St, Neutral Bay, NSW, 2089
(02) 8311 3724

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