Follow these four simple steps to remove the most common type of stains out of your carpets.
Remove any dirt from the carpet and then wipe the stain with a clean and dry cloth. If the carpet contains wool, it is important not to rub the stain. Synthetic fibers, in turn, can withstand a rough treatment.
Dissolve the stains with warm water without detergent. When the stain is well soaked wipe it with a clean and dry cloth.
If the stain is still there, use a stain remover product. Please carefully follow the dosage instructions. Gently wipe the stain with a cloth or a soft brush. It is important to thoroughly rinse the stain with a clean cloth soaked in hot water because the excess detergent can leave streaks and attracts dirt.
If none of the above methods work, use a special stain remover. Never use products containing chlorine, because they can discolor the carpet. Please carefully follow the dosage instructions. Always start cleaning the stain from the edge inward.
If none of the special products work, follow the stain removal guide below. Follow the instructions carefully and test before in a less visible area.
STAIN REMOVAL GUIDE
Blood – Immediately use paper towels to absorb the liquid. Prepare a solution of half a gallon of cold water and 2 tablespoons of salt and apply it on the stain using a cloth.
Chocolate / grease / sauce – Wipe the stain with a cloth soaked in benzene. Then rinse with hot water.
Vomit / urine – Soak the stain with a solution of 1 part water and 1 part colorless vinegar. Let it act 10 minutes then wipe the stain with wet rags first then with dry rags.
Coffee – Wipe the stains with a cloth soaked in a solution of 1 part turpentine and 1 part alcohol.
Wax – Remove gently with a knife, as much as possible, then wipe with a cloth soaked in benzene. Rinse with hot water.
Eggs – Prepare a solution of half a cup ammonia and half a gallon of water and wipe the stain with a cloth soaked in this solution.