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What Type Of A Cloth To Use To Absorb A Spill From A Carpet   We all spill thinks occasionally and we know we should blot up the spill as soon as possible. When it comes to spills on carpets or upholstery, there are things to consider. It just comes down to what is the best type of cloth to use to blot a spill  with. Some people will use a paper towel, others may use items like a dish cloth, a sponge or even a microfiber cloth. So which is best? First, make sure whatever you use is ...
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There are two reasons why stains return.  The first reason, is many stains are not just a surface stain but the stain actually goes fairly deep. Examples of typical stains like this is when you spill a whole glass of a liquid or a slow leak from something that lasted for a while or even a pet stain. Where these type of stains are relatively deep, they can require multiple cleanings. When a stain is cleaned, whether by you or a professional, you can only go over that area so much before yo...
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    We all have had that unexpected spill, whether it was a glass of wine, a bowl of gravy or perhaps you forgot to let the dog out so he left you a surprise. Time is important when an accident happens but doing the wrong thing can be worse. First, we will break this down into two categories. A liquid spill and a spill of more substance that is say more the consistency of pudding. The liquid spill should always be blotted first with dry paper towels. The plain white ones preferred, ...
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    Seems like everyone gets candle wax on a carpet or rug at some point in their lifetime. It also seems many people have posted suggestions on how to remove it. Overall it is relatively simple, you just need to follow the right steps to get the best results. The wax can be anything from a few drops to a large spill.  First, always try to remove as much excess wax as you can from the carpet fibers. To do this, take a dull knife and gently scrape off as much of the wax from th...
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Removing rust from a carpet There are many products on the market today that are capable of removing rust from a carpet. The problem is whether or not that particular product is safe to use on the fibers in your rug. Rugs consist of fibers such as nylon, nylon 66, polyester, olefin or natural fibers like wool, silk, cotton and jute. These fibers all have a different tolerance for chemicals. Some can be exposed to alkaline some to acids and other can’t tolerate either and should only be exposed...
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