Stain Removal Tips
Stain Removal used to be a fantasy but with today’s advancements in carpet manufacturing removing most stains in now possible.
First of all, the longer any staining material remains in the carpet the higher the chance that your carpet may suffer a permanent color change as.
Always Blot Spills
Immediately blot the stain material as soon as possible. Do not rub it! Rubbing will only spread the spill leading to a larger stain.
Blotting can help to reduce the chance of permanent color change. Artificial food coloring stains from Kool-aid and wine are generally considered to be permanent stains.
How to Clean a Fresh Pet Urine Stain from carpeting
Sometimes our pets do have accidents and urinate on your carpet, this results in a very unpleasant odor and can be very embarrassing when you have guests, especially when it is hot and humid.
Soak up as much of the urine as possible, use a thick layer of paper towels on the wet spot.
Stand on the towels for about a minute, the towel acts like a sponge soaking up liquids. Repeat this process with dry towels or paper until the paper comes out dry.
You can soak up as much urine as possible then rinse the area with clean cool water and blot dry.
Repeat the blot rinse process as often as necessary till the towel comes out clean.
If you don’t have a wet/dry vac call a professional carpet cleaning service right away.
Most stains may be removed by your local professional carpet cleaners or by renting a carpet cleaning machine.