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Carpet stains cleaning advise and guidance.

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Oops! Whether it be grape juice, a little present from Fido, or finger-paint artwork from your 3-year-old, it seems whatever is not supposed to get on the carpet always does. Here are a few on how to clean your carpets using products you can find around your house.

carpet stain removal advise and guidance

What You Should Know Before You Start
Classic Care Carpet Cleaning can do the job for you call 2507564109.
To remove a stain yourself, simply blot the spot and dry working from the outside in, rinse thoroughly with clean water, and then blot again. Never scrub the carpet, or you risk ruining the carpet fibers or letting the spill soak through to the carpet pad.

For more specific advice, find your type of stain below. In addition to these methods, there are several spot removers on the market, we give you one free, stop at our office on Mostar road; before you try one, test it out in an inconspicuous spot to make sure it doesn’t discolor your carpet.

Water-Soluble Stains
alcoholic beverages, berries, colas, excrement, food dyes, gravy, ice cream, jelly, milk, mud, washable ink, wet or latex paint.
Use a simple cleaning solution made up of 1/4 teaspoon of nonbleach detergent (or white vinegar) mixed with 32 ounces of water

Special Water-Soluble Stains
blood, chocolate, coffee, mustard, tea, vomit, wine

Try 1 tablespoon of ammonia mixed with 1 cup of water (but not on wool or wool-blend carpet; instead use mild detergent and water). If that doesn’t work, you can try one part chlorine bleach to five parts water, but only on solution-dyed carpets, such as polypropylene. Bleach will harm other types of carpets; check with us if you are unsure what type of carpet you have.
After all is explained don’t you feel saver to call the experts? Classic Care Carpet Cleaning can do the job for you call 2507564109. www.classiccareservices.ca

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