Wednesday, December 26, 2012

How to Remove Carpet Spots

There are number of times when I get worried about the spots in the carpets. Experts have given solutions and I can't wait to share these with you in this great world of blogosphere.

Here's the method experts have found that works on most dried-in blotches in the carpets: 

Things we need to remove carpet stains: 2 Empty Spray bottles, cold water, 1/4 teaspoon dishwashing liquid, 1 cup warm water, a clean cloth, white paper towels, a heavy pot
  • Take two empty spray bottles, and fill one with cold water. 
  • In the other, mix 1/4 teaspoon plain dishwashing liquid and 1 cup warm water. 
  • Spray the detergent solution onto an absorbent cloth (not the carpet — you don't want to wet it too much), and dab, don't rub, it on the spot. 
  • As the stain dissolves, blot with a clean section of cloth. 
  • Keep applying and blotting this way until the stain is gone. 
  • Spray another cloth with the cold water, and use it to rinse the detergent solution from the carpet; blot again with a dry cloth. 
  • Then, pile on a stack of white paper towels, and place a heavy pot on top; leave overnight to soak up any residual staining deep in the carpet. 
  • In the A.M., remove the pot and toss the paper towels; fluff the fibers with your fingers and allow to air-dry.
Do you have any other household tips that are useful and can be done with whatever items we have in our home. Do share, this blogging world is amazing. You never know your simple tips may help to many.

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