How to Remove Common Spots and Spills on Carpet
Follow these handy tips for removing some common spots. If it’s more than you can handle, give the professionals a call!
Take a sharp knife and carefully scrape the glue off. If the glue has dried, cover it with a clean, white cloth. Rub an iron set on the lowest heat setting over the cloth. The glue will turn back into liquid and will be absorbed into the cloth.
Scrape off any excess jelly from the carpet, being careful not to spread it. Blot the area with a damp clean white towel until it disappears.
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First, thoroughly blot the area with a clean white towel (don’t rub!). Mix a cleaning solution of 1 Tbsp liquid dish soap, 1 Tbsp white vinegar, and 2 cups warm water. Use a clean white cloth to sponge the stain with the mixture. Blot the area with a dry cloth until the spot disappears.
Blot up as much urine as possible. Sprinkle baking soda over the area and let it sit for 5 minutes. In a bowl or spray bottle, mix 2 cups white vinegar with 2 cups water and apply to the area. Gently blot the area with a clean white cloth.