Howsoever careful and protective you may be for your precious carpet, there can always be an accidental fall of blood or sometimes your kids may throw bubble gum on the carpet or some mess may fall on your carpet. You may desperately try to wipe the stain but end up spreading up your stain more on the carpet.
To get rid of stains from the carpet properly is more of an art rather than a science. Whatever tool that you may use for cleaning the carpet, you may need either of the following:
- More time
- Proper temperature
- Right chemical
- Mechanical action
Quite often all these can be too overwhelming for most homeowners. So, you have got a choice to use the services of any professional carpet cleaner and leave it to them for cleaning your carpet.
You can find many professional cleaners from https://flooringdomain.com.au/gold-coast/users/carpet/carpet-cleaning/, who are very well experienced and can help in restoring your carpet back to its original condition.
However, if you are a bit enterprising then you can also clean your carpet in a DIY way too. Here are a few ways to remove the most difficult stains on your carpet.
Blot the blood by using a paper towel by using a dishwasher liquid and cold water mix. Avoid using hot water.
Red wine stain
In a similar way start with blotting up and then use white wine vinegar and water mixture and try to soak the stain on the carpet.
Other colored drinks
You may follow the similar steps as above and use any specialist dye remover instead.
Use the same method and use white vinegar and change your cloth very frequently so that coffee may not get reintroduced.
For ink stains, use isopropyl alcohol. You must apply this to your cloth first and then use that cloth to blot gently the stain.
Use baking soda to absorb the liquid, and neutralize the acid to mask any unpleasant odor too. Blot up all excess liquid, by applying baking soda and leave for fifteen minutes and then vacuum up.
Other bodily fluids
Again, you can use baking soda to absorb and neutralize unpleasant odors.
You have to use an enzyme-based cleaner for removing oil and possibly hot water or steam extraction process too.
You can take any solvent that removes nail polish and rinse it on the affected area. Often this needs a bit of skill and expertize to remove the entire stain and you may seek the help of any professional or an experienced person.
This is the most difficult stain to remove. Use the right chemical or seek professional help.
All these techniques will use certain household chemicals however sometimes they may not be able to clean as per your expectation. In all such cases, you must get in touch with any professional carpet cleaning Gold Coast, whose details you can get from the FlooringDomain website.