How to Clean your Carpet at Home?

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Professionally Cleaning Carpets

No matter how careful you are at your home, eventually you or a friend will spill something at your carpet and it will look ugly and dirt, so you have to do something about it to clean it up. Here are some tips from the professional carpet cleaners.

Dont Rub Blot Stains, dab stains with a clean cloth or paper towel and a cleaning solution. Bloating will put some pressure on the stain and soak it up.

If used properly club soda can help remove beer and wine stains. Just blot the area with the soda on a cloth. Mix white vinegar with water and put it on a sprayer. Spray the solution on the stain area and let it there for 15 minutes to soak in. Then use a clean sponge to soak up the solution and stain.

You may now know this but shaving cream is one of the best cleaners for general stains, it remove almost any type of it. Just let the shaving cream on the stain for 30 minutes, then blot it with a dry white cloth. You can also spray the area with part vinegar mixed with water.

To remove chewing gum get a couple of ice cubes, freeze the gum with the ice cubes for 30 seconds, then use a spoon to lift up the glob and cut strands from the carpet.

Grease cutting dish washing detergent is great against difficult grease stains.

To get rid of blood stains use hydrogen peroxide. Loose the dried blood with water mix with mild detergent. Get rid of as much blood as you can, then apply hydrogen peroxide on the stain.

Those are just some of the tips that the pros use to remove some of the most difficult stains, you can do most of those with things you have at home.

However if you want a complete carpet cleaning service on your house, is better to call the professionals and let them do the work, it will look much than if you did the work.

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