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Instant Stain Removers Before You Call in the Carpet Cleaning Experts


Old carpets accumulate stains and will appear gloomy and dull regardless of how clean you keep your house. Everyone knows the regular carpet cleaning removes stains and brightens carpets. There are plenty of carpet cleaning agents and stain removers that contain harsh chemical substances and emit strong odours in the market. However, these products do more harm than good to your carpet. On other hand, certain household products or carpet stain remover DIY that can do the job just as efficiently and help you save money. The six most effective household stain removers for carpets are as follows:   

  1. Beer

Are you finding it difficult to remove stubborn coffee and tea stains from your precious carpet? Think again. By simply rubbing beer lightly on the material of the carpet removes the toughest tea and coffee stains.  You can repeat the process to remove all traces of the stain. This is a good carpet stain remover.

  1. Ammonia

Ammonia is an excellent household stain remover to get tough and stubborn stains from your carpet and upholstery. Just add one cup of ammonia to two litres of water and mix the solution. Use a clean cloth to wipe the stain from your carpet completely.

  1. Vinegar

Many people consider vinegar to be the superhero of stain removers for carpets and upholstery. Vinegar can be used to remove a number of common household stains on carpets. For removing light carpet stains, rub two teaspoons full of salt with half a cup of white vinegar on the carpet stain. Let the solution dry for a while and vacuum the carpet. For removing tougher carpet stains, simply add two tablespoons of borax to the same solution and repeat the process. For removing stubborn ground-in dirt and grime from carpets, make a paste of one teaspoon of vinegar and one teaspoon of cornstarch and rub the paste on the stain. Let it on the carpet for two days and the vacuum the carpet.

  1. Shaving Cream

For removing oil and grease stains for carpets, simply work the shaving cream onto the stain and let it dry. Afterwards, use a clean damp cloth to rub off the stain. For removing juice stains from carpets, blot the stain and pat it with a wet cloth. Squirt some shaving cream on the stain and then wipe it with a damp cloth.

  1. Cornstarch

Removing ink and stains from carpets may not be as difficult as you think. Just add milk to cornstarch and make a paste. Add the paste to the ink stain and allow the concoction to dry for a few hours. Brush off the dried residue and vacuum it. Cornstarch is also good for oil and grease stains.

  1. Salt

You needn’t panic if there is a red wine spill on your carpet. While the wine is still wet just pour some white wine to dilute the colour. Clean the area with a clean sponge and cold water. Afterwards sprinkle the area with some salt and leave it for ten minutes. After ten minutes vacuum the affected area to remove the stain. For greasy food stains, make a mixture of one part salt, and four parts alcohol. Rub the mixture hard on the affected area. Let it dry and then vacuum the stain. Salt is also good at removing ketchup spill before it dries. Just sprinkle salt over the spill and wait for a few minutes. Besides household cleaning products, do some well research on the Internet about carpet cleaning Adelaide deals.

The household carpet stain remover remedies are both cost effective and help you remove common carpets stain without damaging your carpet. However, for stubborn stains, always call professionals. 

Post by carpetcleaningresources (2015-08-25 21:08)

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