How to remove Carpet Spots with Vinegar

Removing the nasty spots from a carpet is essential to preserve it clean and presentable. One safe and eco-friendly way to remove carpet spots is by using vinegar cleaning solution. Vinegar is an acidic that successfully removes stains and eliminates odours from carpets when used properly. Following these steps, you would be able to make your own vinegar solution to clean spots from your carpet quickly and easily. However, before applying this cleaning solution to the affected area of your carpet, test it on an inconspicuous area to make sure it doesn’t damage it.

  1. Mix 2 cups of lukewarm water with 1 cup of distilled white vinegar in a bowl.
  2. Dip a clean rag into the cleaning solution and blot at the problematic area with the rag until the spot is gone. Blot the spot starting form outside of it and working towards the centre to prevent the stain from spreading.
  3. If the spot is still visible, saturate an old toothbrush in the vinegar solution and start scrubbing the stain gently with the toothbrush. Do not scrub vigorously, as this can push the stain deep into the carpet instead of getting it out, according to cleaners Berrylands.
  4. Blot the area with a clean, dry cloth to absorb the excess cleaning solution from the carpet.
  5. Use a spray bottle to apply a small amount of lukewarm water to the carpet in, and then blot up the water with a clean cloth in order to rinse out the vinegar residue.
  6. Let the worked area of the carpet to air dry before walking on it.

If you cannot clean the carpet yourself as you want, consider hiring professionals, such as cleaners Bellingham, to do it instead of you. Most professional cleaning companies use the latest equipment on the market that helps them to achieve great results, so be sure that your carpet will look at its best after the cleaning experts finish with it.

December 22, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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