No one likes when there is a spill on their carpet, but with the help of our Carpet Cleaning Techs, it can be cleaned before it becomes a permanent part of the carpet.
Here are the steps to take for a proper spills removal:
a. Get a professional carpet cleaning solution for the specific spills
b. Do a spot test. Using the ideal cleaning solution, get a clean cloth, put some of the solution, and get into the closet for example
c. The spot test should reveal whether the solution did not cause lost in the carpet color or not.
Here are the First Aid Response tips for your Carpet Cleaning Spills
Blotting: Get a white cloth and blot the stained area until it dries. You need a few pieces of dry cloth for two reasons. First, you need to change cloth as it absorbs the spilled beverage. Second, you need to work your way inwards to prevent the spill from spreading to a larger area.
Home-made solution: Prepare a solution of water, vinegar, and a non-bleach detergent. Apply it on the stained area, rinse it and repeat as necessary. If this method does not work, it’s time to move on to the next method.
Commercial solution: Look for a solution specifically design to treat coffee stains on carpets. Read the directions for use carefully before use.
There are different type of Ink stains: Use these steps
Blotting: You need a piece of cloth to initially treat an ink stain. Never scrub or rub the cloth against the stain. This will spread the ink and will make cleaning more difficult for you.
Home-made solution: Use Isopropyl alcohol to dampen a white cloth and dab it on the ink stain starting on the outermost area and going inwards. For better results, use a high percentage of Isopropyl solution. In addition, the following alcohol-based agents also work: nail polish, hairsprays, vinegar, and white wine. Rinse the stained area with water and use a vacuum cleaner to get rid of the remaining moisture.
Commercial solution: Purchase a chemical-based solution ……. read the directions and precautions for carpet stain removal, and apply as directed on the stained area.
Blotting: Cleaning blood stains is a bit different. Instead of you spraying just enough liquid on the stained part, you need to liberally soak the same area for faster stain removal.
Home-made solution: Use cold water and an anti-grease detergent to spray the stained part. Get a dry cloth to absorb the moisture. Repeat the process as necessary.
Commercial solution: OxiClean is only among the popular products specifically designed to treat blood stains. Use it with either cold or warm water.