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2-04-2022, 13:10
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How to Remove Ink from Carpet
Did you spill some ink all over your beautiful carpet? An ink stain may feel like the end of the world for your carpet, but don't worry—we've done the research and this is actually a super easy problem to solve. In this article, we’ll walk you through all of the best options and explain how to get your carpet back in tiptop shape.
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25-07-2021, 11:50
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How to Clean Carpet Edges
Dirty carpet edges can be really annoying and may even trigger an allergy flare-up because of trapped dust. Cleaning your carpet by the skirting boards (also called baseboards) is fairly easy if you have a crevice attachment for your vacuum cleaner and a scrub brush. If you see gray or black around the edges of your carpet, it’s a sign of filtration soiling that occurs when your carpet
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5-03-2021, 14:50
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How to Get Stains Out of Carpet
Nothing can spoil a good carpet like a stain. While the result is almost always unsightly, there are many possible types of stains you may have to deal with. Whether there's already a stain you need to fix or you simply wish to be prepared for a future scenario, there are plenty of solutions available to make your carpet stains a thing of the past.
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29-01-2021, 19:20
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How to Get Silly Putty Out of Carpet
The stretchy, impressionable quality of silly putty makes it fun to play with, but a mess to get out of carpet. Fortunately, there are several tricks you can use to remove a glob of silly putty, even if it's already hardened on your favorite rug. By freezing the silly putty, using a bit of detergent, or blotting the putty with nail polish remover, you can save any carpet from a
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14-01-2021, 08:20
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How to Clean Human Urine from Carpet
Urine stains on carpeting can be tricky to get rid of, but luckily there are several methods you can try that are likely to clean them up. It's easiest to get rid of a wet urine stain, so always try to soak up the urine as soon as you see it. With a few minutes of time and some household items like salt, vinegar, or dish soap, your carpet will look as good as new.
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13-01-2021, 02:50
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How to Get Fake Tan Out of Carpet
Fake tanning sprays and creams are very popular ways to give yourself a bronzed look in the summer, without the need to spend time in the sun. However, fake tan products are specifically designed to ‘stain’ your skin a darker colour so you look tanned and these ingredients don’t know how to differentiate between your skin and your carpet. If you have an accident and spill some fake tan
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7-12-2020, 09:00
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How to Remove Vomit Smell from Carpet
The smell of vomit can be hard to get out of carpet. Maybe you have vomit smell on your carpet after a wild night out or due to a sick child. To remove vomit smell from carpet, you can use baking soda or cornstarch. You can also apply a carpet deodorizer or use a steam cleaner on the smell to remove it.
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4-12-2020, 02:10
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How to Get Burn Marks Out of Carpet
Burn marks on your carpet can be frustrating to clean, whether you’ve dropped a match, a hot iron, or even a hair dryer. For bigger burn areas, or those in very conspicuous spots, it may be best to call a professional carpet cleaning service. For smaller burns in less noticeable spots, you can use a few key strategies to repair your carpet. By snipping off the burned edges and gluing in
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2-12-2020, 22:20
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How to Remove a Carpet Stain With an Iron
With the help of water, white vinegar, dish-washing liquid, and a towel, most carpet stains can be removed with a standard household clothing iron. A clothing iron can be used to remove a carpet stain such as dark juice, wine, and even candle wax. Continue reading to learn how you can remove a carpet stain with your iron.
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16-11-2020, 07:40
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How to Remove Soot from Carpets
Soot stains can be tricky to remove, because you'll need more than just soap and water to get them out of the carpet fibers. Fortunately, the other items needed to get rid of soot, like baking soda and hydrogen peroxide, are already in your house or easy to pick up at a supermarket or convenience store. With a careful hand and a bit of patience, you can remove soot stains from your