How to Clean your carpet and floors
These ‘How to Clean’ guides haven’t happened without the Mad Carpet Scientist coming out in me… My idea of a fun Saturday night these days is to take myself off to my lab (read: garage) and get messy. By messy I mean throw all sorts of typical household spills at my carpet samples. Yes, I have a library of carpet samples.
If a find yourself with a stain on your stain or a spill on your carpet you’re going to need to act fast. Or at least as fast as you can.
5 things to remember when attempting to remove an unwanted spill from your carpet...
Basic stain removal solution
If you don’t have a fancy carpet shampoo specific to your carpet pile than my baking soda mix should do. This stain removal mix will get you through the first stage of your emergency stain removal .
Throw (ok, sprinkle) on a decent amount of baking soda. You need to completely cover the stained area. The baking soda should be on thick enough that you can only just see the carpet under it. Ideally you either use a sift so that no clumps of baking soda are on the stain or you whisk it quickly before sprinkling it on the stain.
Vacuum up the baking soda to reveal your (hopefully? probably?) clean carpet.
Step 5, if required:
If stains remain then I’d be jumping online and grabbing some carpet shampoo that is specific to your carpet type.
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