Salt Stains on a Rugs It’s hard not to track in some of the salt residuals you put down in your driveways and walks such as Calcium Chloride. You just need to realize there are problems when this gets tracked into your home. First, the salt itself is hygroscopic (attracts moisture), and stays wet, attracting soil. This damp residue is also alkaline, and because of this, potentially harmful to dyes used in acid-dyed nylon and wool carpets. Most carpet cleaners will use a pre-spray designed for ...
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