Stains on the carpet are inevitable so it’s not a matter of if you’ll have to deal with it but when you will have to deal with it. When that time comes you will have to have some things on hand at the house to be able to get it out quickly. It is important that every homeowner should know that the longer a stain sits on your carpet the harder it is to get out. Carpet Stretch and Rescue has been able to get stains out that no other company was able to. We will first go through some options that you can do at home and then we will talk about what your next option is if you can’t get it out.
Lemon is a great stain remover. You can use lemon by doing half part lemon juice and half part water. Put this solution in a spray bottle to be used when needed. Of course, you will want to blot up any excess of the stain first. Get up as much as you can. From there, before you put the solution on the stain, you want to make sure that the lemon water won’t do any damage to your carpet specifically. Take note that lemon can act as a bleaching agent if it isn’t rinsed and the sun hits it.
Never underestimate the strength of detergent like dawn dish soap. You can get so many different stains out with a teaspoon of dawn dish soap and a cup of warm water. Get up as much of the stain as you can with a clean towel and some pressure. Don’t rub the stain at all because this will just cause it to spread. Once you have gotten up as much as you can, spray a generous amount of the solution on the stain. Let it sit and do its job for 5-10 minutes. From there you again want to blot up the stain. Once you have gotten the stain out, rinse the area.
There are a lot of different vinegar solutions that you can use in order to get stains out of your carpet. What you’re trying to get out of your carpet will dictate which solution mixture you should use. The bottom line is you should always keep some vinegar and baking soda around your house in case the unexpected happens.
What happens when you feel your stain is permanent? Well, Carpet Stretch and Rescue is here to help you with our 100% guarantee stain remover. We use carpet patching to be able to cut out the area that has the stain on it and then replace it with a remnant piece you have or carpet from your closet. This ensures that the carpet will match perfectly in the most widely seen area of the home. If you need this done, then give us a call today to get a free home estimate.
By Carpet Stretch and Rescue 6-3-2020