How To Get Stains Out Of Carpet

Unfortunately, stains are just part of life. Whether it is some spilled wine, muddy footprints or a present left for you by a pet, eventually we all end up with a stain on our carpet. Luckily, this isn’t the end of the world. With the right tools and products you can remove the same from your carpet and no one will know that ever happened. Just a few wholesale cleaning products could have your carpet looking good as new,

For successful stain removal, it is important that you act as quickly as possible. If you leave the stain before dealing with it you may well be left with a dark patch in your carpet that can’t be removed. These little patches end up making your carpet look dirty and old. So, first thing’s first, make sure that you act quickly.

Steps To Remove A Stain From Your Carpet

Start with two spray bottles, one filled with water and one filled with dilute dishwashing liquid. Spray the diluted soap mixture onto an absorbent cloth and dab the stain to remove it.  As the stained lifts, start to use just the water. Leave to air dry. If the stain remains, continue to the next step.

For stubborn stains that can’t be removed easily try using a carpet shampoo. Follow the instructions for a deep clean to your carpets that is able to remove even the toughest stains. You can also use a carpet shampoo all-over to refresh your carpet.

Follow up your carpet shampoo with a spot stain remover. Use this spray in any spot where you can still see staining. The stain remover works quickly and effectively to remove dirt and stains from your carpet and has no bleaching agent so is safe for use on all carpets.

If the stain remains, move on to more specialised care, depending on the exact type of stain it is.

Remove A Pet Stain From The Carpet

As much as we love our four-legged friends, they can be responsible for some rather unsightly stains on our carpets. If your pet has left to stain on your carpet the best thing to do is look for a stain removal product that uses enzymes to break down the stain. Use the spray and then work it into the stain using a damp cloth. This will remove the stain and any older left behind.

Remove A Wine Stain From The Carpet

If a glass of wine has taken a tumble onto your carpet, start by blotting up as much as possible. Do not wipe or scrub the same as you will work it further into the fibres of the carpet. Blot up as much of the wine as possible by pushing an absorbent material on top of the stain. Add a tablespoon of hand dishwashing soap and a tablespoon of white vinegar to two cups of warm water and use the solution to pour onto the stain. Blot up the solution and repeat until the stain is completely gone.

Keeping Your Carpet Fresh

If you’re looking to keep your carpet fresh on a regular basis the first step is regular hoovering. Hoovering removes dust and dirt that can make your carpet look unclean and can cause dust allergies. On a less regular basis use a carpet shampoo to cleanse your carpet and remove any dirt and grime that cannot be picked up by the hoover.  Follow up the carpet shampoo with a good quality deodorising product. This will leave your carpets smelling fresh and clean.