Spot Removal Guide
There are many published spot removal guides that provide various
"cocktails" of household chemicals you may use to clean spots off your
carpet. We do not endorse the use of these charts for a number of
reasons. Two biggies below:
First of all, if you attempt to remove a stain using one of these
"cocktails" and are unsuccessful, you probably set the stain in the
process, when we may have been able to get it out if you hadn't messed
Secondly, you are not a trained cleaner. You don't have a $20,000
cleaning outfit, 20 years' experience, and extensive training in
cleaning and spot removal. Do you know how to apply all these chemicals
to your carpet and NOT RUIN THE CARPET?
Now, we don't want you to call us for every little spot, OK? So just
follow these simple instructions. If they don't work, then call us for
free advice. We will help you over the phone for a few minutes at no
charge. If it takes longer than that, you probably need to have us over
for a spot-cleaning appointment.
Step 1: remove all loose foreign material from the spot or spill. Try
not to rub the spot because you'll rub it in.
Step 2: Using a white rag (cotton is the best) and cool water, moisten
one corner of the rag and, starting from an outer edge, BLOT the spot.
Look at the rag; did the spot leave a spot on the rag? If yes,
continue. If no, stop and go to Step 2A.
Step 2A: Using a white rag (cotton is the best) and mineral spirits
(regular paint thinner), moisten one corner of the rag and, starting
from and outer edge, BLOT the spot. Look at the rag; did the spot leave
a spot on the rag? If yes, continue. If no, stop and call us.
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