Carpets add that extra oomph and panache to your space, but if you have kids, pets or an accident, you pretty much have to say bye-bye to it. Not anymore!
Here are the most stubborn stains and how to get rid of them:
Red wine stain on the carpet:
Imagine you’re having the time of your life when you or your partner spill some red wine on a not so red carpet. If your carpet is white, all the alarms in your head go off.
There’s a way to remove the red wine stain on the carpet. Blot up as much of the stain as you can with a white cloth. Pour some cold water on to the stain and blot till you can’t get any more of the stain out. Apply a 3:1 paste of water and baking soda and apply it to the red wine stain on the carpet and vacuum it when dry.
Remove fruit juice stains from carpet :
Kids are messy and clumsy and often spill drinks on carpets. You could take precautionary measures and roll up the carpets, but it isn’t always possible. If you want to remove fruit juice stains from carpet, it is easy if you act fast. Blot up as much as humany possible using a paper towel. Spray some lukewarm water and repeat the process. Avoid circular motions to remove fruit juice stains from carpet. For stains that are still visible, try some carpet shampoo.
How to get blood out of carpet:
Your pet, child or you could have an injury that leads to bleeding on the carpet. So, how to get blood out of carpet? Dry blood stains need to scrubbed with a steel brush and blotted with a white cloth that has been dipped in a combination of dishwashing detergent and cold water. You can also use ammonia if detergent doesn’t work.
If any of these DIY methods don’t deliver satisfactory results, you can always call COIT cleaning services to get rid of the problem for you. COIT’s carpet cleaning professionals can get rid of all stubborn stains for you.
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