Cleaning Carpet Stains – Harmless And Simple!

Did you know that quite a few of the common household cleaning agents you would normally reach for to clean a carpet stain will actually damage your carpet forever? Did you know that clear liquid detergents are better for carpet stain removing than opaque ones? How about this: When blotting

Non-Toxic Cleaning Solutions

Whenever you’re cleaning a room, it just doesn’t feel clean enough until you also take care of the floor. When a carpet is freshly cleaned, the whole room seems fresher. But finding the right cleaning solution can be difficult, especially given all the choices from the commerce. It’s why we’ve

Six Carpet Care Tips

1. Keep your carpet clean. Sand and dirt act like thousands of little razor blades that cut carpet fibers. Damaged carpet stains more easily, and it’s harder to remove the stains from it as well. Vacuum often to remove dirt, and your carpet will last longer. 2. Use rugs. Put

Dealing With Carpet Stains

Everyone has a different approach to combating fresh stains on a carpet. Most consumers are quick to run to a nearby cabinet to snatch some sort of solution and pour it over the stain. While this may seem like a smart idea, it’s really not. Many people end up damaging

How To Remove Red Wine Stains

Red Wine For red wine you need to act quick. If you have white wine anywhere near use that to dilute the red. Pour the white wine on the affected area and then soak the wine up by pressing with paper cloths. Rinse well and then try sponging with a

How To Remove Soil

Soil Soil should be allowed to dry and then you should simply brush it off. You can then give the fabric a pre-soak in a laundry detergent containing enzymes and then launder normally. If you have any grass stains you might want to perform the grass stain removal process before

How To Remove Orange Juice Stains

Orange Juice Fresh juice stains need to be acted on fast. If they dry they are very hard to remove so it is best to attack them as soon as they occur. You begin by sponging with water to dilute the stain as much as possible. Use cool water, never

How To Remove Ice Cream Stains

Ice Cream Start by physically removing as much of the ice cream as possible without pushing it into the fabric. Use a spoon or blunt knife to get it off. Wash in a warm wash with a detergent that contains enzymes (if the fabric can be washed in an enzyme

How To Remove Bleach

Bleach It is essential that you treat a bleach stain immediately. You should start by flooding the affected area with lots of cold water. This will dilute the bleach and hopefully stop it damaging the fabric. If the bleach stain has removed colour from the fabric it is not going

How To Remove Vomit

Cornstarch and Milk Paste Pour a bit of milk into a small dish and add a small amount of cornstarch mixing until a paste is formed. Add more starch if too runny or milk if too thick. Apply the paste liberally to the stain and let dry. Once dry scrape