Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A. There are many products on the market to help you clean stains. And, there are many ways that you can clean them without chemicals at all. But, the trick is, when you have a spill you need answers and you need them now! Here is a great helpful tool that will provide you with some solutions when it comes to handling carpet stains. We encourage you to come back and use it whenever you need to.
These are some of the options to cleaning your carpet that you can use. Later, we will provide a chart that you can reference to help you know which option you should use. Lets get started:
Make a solution of one part of white vinegar with one part of water.
Apply to the stain using a spray bottle to saturate.
Allow the stain to sit about ten to fifteen minutes.
Use a sponge to clean in a rubbing motion.
Rinse with warm water.
Brush the pile back into the natural direction is has.
Using layers of white paper towels, place paper towel on top of area, place a book on top of that. Allow to sit like this until it has dried.
Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?
A. Option B:
Ammonia solution: One teaspoon of clear, household type ammonia to a half of a cup of water. This solution can be used in a spray bottle or be applied to the carpet directly. It is important not to wet the carpets backing when apply. After applying solution, use white paper towels to blot. Allow to dry completely.
Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?
A. Option C:
Detergent solution: A detergent solution can be made of hand soap or dish soap. The combination is one quarter of a teaspoon of detergent to one quart of water. Make sure the soap does not contain bleach or lanolin.
Blot the stain with white paper towels to remove as much of the solution as possible.
Apply detergent solution from a spray bottle.
Rub the area.
Blot out the stain and detergent.
Q. What important information should buyers have thought through before seeking you out?
A. Option E:
Often, good old fashioned water can re-hydrate the stain to help with removal. Large spills can be cleaned up with a wet dry vac or a steam cleaner. Dry as thoroughly as possible.
Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?
A. Option F:
Lemon juice can be used to remove some tough stains. To use it:
Store bought lemon juice is fine as long as it does not contain added ingredients.
Using a spray bottle, spray a good amount onto the effected area but do not wet the padding.
Allow to sit up to five or six minutes.
Blot with a paper towel to remove.