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Guide To Common Carpet Stain Removal

There are few things that are certain in life. But carpet stains are something you can count on happening. Regardless of how much you try to keep your carpet looking new, it is inevitable that you will eventually have to deal with carpet stains. In this article, we will look at five of the most common carpet stains and how to remove them. Dirt, blood, pet stains, coffee, and candle wax are all very common carpet stains. If treated quickly, these carpet stains CAN be removed. Use this guide to common carpet stain removal to find out how.

Dirt stains

Most people walk in and out of the house using the same route each day. In time, you’ll notice that a dirt stain will form along that route. Whether you are trying to remove this type of dirt stain, or if you are trying to remove dirt that has been tracked into the house in one spot, you can use these carpet cleaning tips.

STEP 1 – DO NOT RUB THE STAIN! Rubbing will only embed the dirt deeper into the carpet, and the friction will break down the carpet fibers.

STEP 2 – Use a vacuum to remove any excess dirt from the surface of the carpet.

STEP 3 – Spray the area down thoroughly using a product called ‘Spot Shot Instant Carpet Stain Remover’. Spot Shot is, by far, the absolute best product on the market for removing carpet stains. Follow the directions on the bottle and then wipe down with a very damp cloth.

STEP 4 – Vacuum the area again. The stain should be completely gone.

Blood stains

Hopefully, any blood stains on your carpet will be small in quantity. If you have a lot of blood to remove, you may need more help than this article can give you. However, to remove blood from carpets (in small quantities), you can follow these carpet cleaning tips, which were found in the book, “The Stain and Spot Remover Handbook”, by Jean Cooper.

STEP 1 – Blot with tissues. DO NOT RUB!

STEP 2 – Combine one teaspoon of salt with one cup of cold water.

STEP 3 – Sponge and blot the blood stain until it fades.

STEP 4 – Use a fresh clean cloth, which has been dampened, to remove any excess salt.

STEP 5 – If there is still evidence of a blood stain, combine equal parts of peroxide and warm water and rub into the stain with a toothbrush. Allow to sit for several hours and then wash away with a damp cloth. As advised by carpet cleaning boca grande, using some of the DIY methods and tools in cleaning your carpet will definitely save you a lot of money.

STEP 6 – Vacuum the carpet.

Pet urine stains

Pet urine is one of THE Most common carpet stains we face. As much as we love and adore our pets, they sure can make a mess! Use the tips found in this article, titled, “Effective pet urine odor removal techniques and products” to learn all about carpet cleaning tips for pet urine. You’ll be amazed at the difference it will make in your carpet!

Coffee stains

The secret in removing coffee stains from carpet, is to act quickly! The sooner you address the stain, the better results you will have. Use these carpet cleaning tips to remove a coffee stain.

STEP 1 – Immediately begin blotting up the stain. Work from the outside of the spill to avoid spreading it further. Blot up as much excess coffee as you can.

STEP 2 – Use a very damp cloth and, again, blot. You should be able to see the coffee being absorbed into the damp cloth. Move the clean cloth as you blot, to avoid reapplying the coffee to the carpet.

STEP 3 – Combine one quart of warm water with a mild detergent. Apply to the stain and allow it to sit for 1 – 2 hours.

STEP 4 – Use a clean dry cloth to blot the excess of moisture out of the carpet.

STEP 5 – Allow the carpet to dry completely and then vacuum.

Candle Wax Stains  amp; Removal

There is a secret trick to cleaning candle wax out of carpets. Want to know the secret? It’s ice! YES, ice is the secret to properly removing wax from carpets. Read more in this article, titled, “How to remove candle wax from surfaces”. This article will provide all the information you need to learn how to remove candle way from virtually any surfaces, including carpets.


David Robson

David Robson is the founder of Complus Alliance. He has been writing about different topics for almost 10 years. He’s main focus is delivering quality insights to a wide array of audience.