If you (or your children!) like to get wild in the kitchen, it’s important to have some basic carpet cleaning skills under your belt—how to clean up the spills and stains that result from a fallen glass of wine, a wandering meatball, a toppled cup of grape juice, and splattered spaghetti sauce, to name a few. This is especially true if you have carpeting in or near your kitchen or dining room, since you can’t wipe clean a carpet or rug. One of the most troublesome kitchen stains you might encounter over the years is one created with cooking oil or grease. Luckily, we’ve got you covered. If you’re struggling with a cooking oil or grease stain, please check out our tips and tricks for how to get oil out of carpet.
A Rorschach test gone wrong. A bloodstain from your pen. Your quill’s fallen comrade. Whatever that ink stain on your carpet is, if you’ve come to us, I’m certain you don’t want it there. So stick around and we’ll teach you how to get ink out of carpet. The process itself is simple, but it’s essential that you act fast to prevent the stain from soaking into the carpet or setting. So don’t spend too much time deciding whether the ink blot below looks like a spider on a tree or a man holding up a shield during a messy fight (am I crazy?). Grab your supplies and let’s get to it! Let’s learn how to get ink out of carpet.
If your love of butter could rival Paula Deen’s, you’ve probably had a butter-related incident at some point in your life. And even if your affection for butter is only an ordinary, necessary attachment to all those ingredients that make your dinners delectable (salt, pepper, garlic, olive oil . . .), you might someday face a rogue pat of butter. A clumsy fall, a wild dinner party, or an unruly child might cause some butter to land on your hardwood floor or even your carpet. The horror! Learning how to get butter out of carpet can be frustrating—if the butter is soft, it could seep into the fibers and harden, and if the butter goes unnoticed it might be pressed down into the carpet and create a greasy mess. Luckily, we’re here to help! We’ll teach you how to get butter out of carpet.
Grape juice: the mother of all carpet stains. Dark, stubborn, and sometimes panic-inducing. In fact, speaking of mothers, it’s not uncommon for a mom to freak out upon seeing her young child with a glass of grape juice. Even if you know how to get grape juice out of the carpet, it’s still one of the most infamously troublesome stains to confront. So today, we want to help those poor homeowners trying to tackle a red grape juice stain. If you’re currently staring down a purple-red stain or you’re simply preparing for future accidents, read on to learn our tips so that you’ll know how to get grape juice out of the carpet.
You’re in the middle of a manicure when—bam! Your nail polish topples over and thick, glossy, bright polish begins seeping into the carpet. Although we would like to remind you that it’s not a good idea to paint your nails on an unprotected carpet or rug, time is of the essence! We don’t have time for carpet care lectures. You need to learn how to get nail polish off carpet! So pick up that bottle, grab some cleaning supplies, and forget about protecting your manicure (isn’t a stain-free carpet more important than a temporary manicure?). Read on to learn how to get nail polish off carpet.
All true coffee addicts are familiar with the brown, ring-shaped coffee stains sometimes left behind by their daily brew. They’ll find them on newspapers and magazines, coffee tables, desks, and papers. The most clumsy coffee drinkers (and the simply unlucky) sometimes spill their coffee onto the carpet as well. When treating a coffee stain on carpet, it’s important to act quickly or the stain will sink into the carpet fibers and dry, setting and becoming much harder to treat. This is especially important if the coffee contained milk or cream, both of which can become smelly and bacteria-ridden if left to fester. So if you want to keep your floor spot- and smell-free, you need to learn how to remove a coffee stain on carpet.
You’re at home enjoying a nice glass of red wine—relaxing, maybe sitting down to dinner, savoring the moment—when disaster strikes. The dog jumps up. You loose your footing. The glass slips from your fingers. And then there it is, as bright and horrific as a CSI murder scene (okay, maybe not quite so horrific): a red wine stain. On your beautiful, plush carpet.
Scotchgarding is a process that is used on carpets or upholstered furniture to protect it from staining. It also helps keep dirt and grime from attaching themselves to the fabric fibers by acting as a protective seal, and is often used after carpet cleaning or upholstery cleaning to prolong the benefits of either of these services. The service is very beneficial, and most people don’t even realize why. It is for this reason that we come to you today with some of the benefits of scotchgarding. Keep reading to see just how beneficial the service can be for you.
Are you tired of taking a shower, feeling fresh and clean, only to step onto grimy looking tile floors? Do you keep postponing that dinner party because your kitchen floor looks dingy and dirty? Here are some tips on tile cleaning that will help you feel confident in your spotless, beautiful home. Read more
Who really wants to spend hours cleaning tile floors just to feel as though it doesn’t look clean at all? Obviously, no one. That’s why we’ve come here today with a few easy to use, easy to understand tips on tile cleaning that should help you in your day to day and regular deep cleanings.