No matter the spill, the process of how to clean berber carpet stains remains pretty much the same. Thankfully, it's easy! Follow these three simple steps:
1. Remove excess ASAP.
Scrape off any excess solid with a spoon or a butter knife ASAP so your cleanable spill doesn't turn into a permanent stain.
Gently blot away excess liquid with a clean, white, absorbent cloth, working from the outside edge of the stain toward the center to prevent spreading. "Always blot, never rub, which can permanently damage berber carpet fibers," says Derek Christian of My Maid Service. Repeat until the cloth no longer picks up any color. Should dry in 1 hour or less if done right.
2. Apply a cleaning agent.
Spray any remaining stain with a cleaning agent. Use a store-bought formula or our homemade stain remover (see below). Tips for removing specific stains are listed below. Take care not to over-wet the stain, which can damage the backing. Let sit for 10 minutes.
Always test for colorfastness in an inconspicuous spot first.
Homemade Carpet Stain Remover
Stir one teaspoon of mild dishwashing liquid into 1 quart of warm water, and add 1/4 teaspoon of white vinegar.
3. Blot stain away.
Using a clean, white, absorbent cloth, again blot from the outside in anthem az. Repeat until the stain no longer transfers to the cloth. Blot with cold water, then blot dry.
Try this trick for thorough drying: Cover the damp area with a 1/2-inch-thick layer of cloth or paper towels, weighted down by a heavy object, changing out paper towels until dry.
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