Cleaning Water Based, Nail Polish, Pet Urine & Other Stains from Carpet in Desert Shores, NV

Dye stains are the bane of all rugs and carpets. Many of these stains are time sensitive and must be addressed as soon as possible to prevent permanent discoloration. Stains such as beverages, generally juices like grape or the red dye in powdered drink mixes, or probably one of the worst is the red dye in cherry night time cold preparations. These dyes if not addressed early on can cause permanent discoloration. First never scrub as this may work the dye into the carpet and damage the fibers. Blot any stain working from the outside in. Rinse with clean water and blot again. Excessive scrubbing can force water and staining liquids into the carpet padding.

Cleaning Water Based Carpet Stains

Stains can be divided into water-soluble, special water-soluble, fats or oils, which include waxes. Water-Soluble includes alcoholic beverages, berries, colas, animal excrements, food dyes, gravy, ice cream, mud, washable ink and wet latex paint. These stains are best addressed by a ¼ teaspoon of nonbleach detergent or white vinegar with 32 ounces of water.

Removing Special Water Soluble Carpet Stains

Special Water-Soluble stains are like wine, blood, coffee or tea, mustard, vomit and chocolate. Tackling these stains with 1 tablespoon of ammonia mixed with 1 cup of water can be successful in most cases as long as the carpet is not a wool or wool blend carpet or rug.

Wax, Oils & Fats Carpet Stain Removal

Oils and Fats should be treated with an iron on warm setting. Place a paper towel over the carpet, and iron the oils and fats should be pulled up in to the paper towel and absorbed. Wax and Gum are a challenge. Use ice to freeze the gum or wax. Shatter is with a blunt object; a large tablespoon should work. Vacuum before the pieces re-soften.

How to Remove Cigarette Burns from Carpet

Other carpet blemishes like cigarette burns can be removed by using a dull scrapper or putty knife or a dull knife or butter knife.

How to Remove Glue & Nail Polish from Carpet

Glue can be remove by using a cotton ball wetted with rubbing alcohol applied to the glue spot, and wiped off, repeat until clean making sure to moisten the glue at each step. Nail polish can be removed with nail polish remover. Test on some area that is not seen, as some nail polish removers contains acetone and can remove carpet dyes as well.

Dog & Cat Pet Urine Stain & Odor Removal from Carpet

Pet urine stains and odors are absorbed with white paper towels, then blot with a damp cloth. Follow this by spraying a mixture of one-part white vinegar to one-part water (50-50). After blotting this solution up, add a follow-up spray of ½ teaspoon of clear, mild non-bleach detergent mixed into 32 ounces of water and blot dry.
Normally these incidents just accompany or life styles and are taken in stride. A thorough cleaning every 12-18 months is suggested. It is much easier to retain the services of professional carpet cleaning company. Inferior hot-water units can be rented at many supermarkets. These are steam cleaners, mislabeled but are not steam but just hot-water units, and steam is just the byproduct of using high temperature water.

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Professional carpet cleaning removes damaging dirt, debris and detritus (organics) that cause wear and may be detrimental to health, particularly allergy suffers and asthmatics. Virus, molds and bacteria also inhabit our carpets and rugs casing flus and other diseases. Keep your carpets, rugs and upholstery clean for longer life and healthier living conditions. Call Tough Carpet Cleaning to schedule an appointment today!

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