How to Remove Carpet Stain

Getting your carpet stained can be quite irritating. Carpet stains can originate from anything. A few common ways to get carpet stains are from the kids playing and accidentally spill something, pet urine etc. URCPRO Network team have tested different product and ways to remove carpet stains without breaking a sweat or your pocket. You can easily get stains out with ingredients you might already keep around your house

It can be cranberry juice, ice cream, or finger-paint from your 3-year-old, for some reason, we always get lucky with some of the most stubborn stains. Let's face it, it is bound to happen to all of us at one time or another. You take every precaution to protect your carpet in hopes that no accidents or carpet stains will ever occur and compromise its beautiful look. Before you treat the stain, you should know there are several ways to remove carpet stains, so take a deep breath, read on and that stain will be vanished before too long!

What you should know before you start:
To remove a stain, simply blot the spot to dry it out, rinse thoroughly with clean water, then blot again. Do not scrub the carpet, because it may ruin the carpet fibers, and leave stain harder to remove.

1) Blot the area where the wine spilled
2) Cover it up with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide
3) Vacuum

1) Urine! Wear gloves
2) Blot with a damp, cool cloth
3) Spray or blot with a solution of one part white vinegar to one part water.
4) Finally, apply a solution of 1/2 teaspoon of clear, mild, nonbleach detergent mixed with 32 ounces of water, rinse, and blot dry. If the urine was the result of a dog's accident, you may also want to try a housebreaking aid.

Moisten a cotton ball or soft cloth with rubbing alcohol and press it on the affected area. Once the glue residue is thoroughly moistened, gently wipe it off and repeat until the carpet is clean.

Water-based Paint
1) If the paint stain is still wet, simply blot the spot with a wet paper towel - do not scrub!
2) If the paint stain is dry, use hot water and a little bit of dish detergent. Leave the solution to sink in for a few minutes to soften the paint.
3) Once the paint is softened, use a knife or pin to scrape the paint stain. Add more solution if needed as you scrape.
4) If the paint is still not softening, consider using steamer while scraping to eventually remove the paint stain from the carpet.

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