Pet Vomit from Furniture and Fabric

How would you react if your adorable puppy vomits on your favourite oriental rug? No matter how much you love your pets, it has never been a pleasant chore to clean their mess. But someone has to do it, and this one is you. Here are some tips how to successfully clean your furniture and fabric:
First you should try to remove as much of the vomit as possible. For that purpose, use paper towels and a spatula, that will help to get rid of the big chunky stuff. Then you should take care of the liquid portion – the main source of smell and permanent stains. Pretty much there isn’t a big difference between the both methods of cleaning furniture and fabric.
Fabric
The technique of cleaning will depend on the type of fabric. For more detailed information you can consult with Acton cleaners. However, you can always use active enzyme detergent. It will basically digest the proteins contained in the vomit. Wait for at least one hour before laundering the fabric, so that the enzyme to absorb the stain.
Furniture
The solution for cleaning vomit from furniture is similar to that for fabric. However, there is a slight difference as your carpet won’t fit in the washing machine. This makes the need of extraction machine, which can be rented from a cleaning company. Once you have removed the surface residues, use the enzyme and allow it to absorb. Then rinse the area with water and use the cleaning machine to extract the enzyme solution along with the vomit. Keep in mind to dry the affected area properly, otherwise there is risk of mildew growth.
All required cleaning products can be found at stores while an extraction machine can be rented from almost any cleaning company. However, considering the money you are going to spend for all these supplies, it is always better to hire Acton cleaners. Notify them for your cleaning problem (vomit), and they will be able to provide the right chemicals and equipment for the job.


May 27, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning

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