Remove the excess immediately. Place a dry cloth and press on the stain. Apply 1/2 glass of water and again remove the excess. Mix white vinegar with water and apply on the spot, remove the excess until the stain comes out. Again place a dry cloth and press to make the place drier. Never apply soap, detergent or any product before removing the excess and applying water, the stain will be dark and permanent.
Remove the excess with paper towels or dry cloth. With warm water over the stain, apply a little mild soap and lightly wipe the cloth. Remove the excess with a dry cloth. Repeat the procedure until the stain is removed.
Remove the excess with paper towels or dry cloth. Apply talcum powder or cornstarch to the stain (it helps to absorb the fat) and remove any remaining excess again. Apply a small amount (a drop) of neutral detergent, with a damp cloth gently wipe the stain. Repeat the procedure until the stain is removed.
🐕 Dog urine
The dog urine stain needs immediate attention. The concentration of urea in the urine burns the carpet resulting in a permanent stain. As soon as you see the stain, apply 1/2 glass of water to dilute the effect. Remove the excess with a very dry cloth. To avoid damaging the floor, place a towel under the rug before applying the water. Apply a mild soap and lightly wipe the cloth. Repeat the procedure until the stain is removed. Do not rub.
Try to withdraw as much as you can. Then apply ice until the gum is hard, (frozen) and you can break it to remove it easily.
CARPET CLEANING MUST BE BASIC
Tibetans (wool with softer cut hair) and Indian Dhurries (fine weft most cotton) can be vacuumed every day. They must be spun once a year, and washed every two years depending on the use.
National rugs (cotton weft, jute, chenille and sisal) use vacuum cleaner at most once a week, parallel to the weft with a smooth nozzle, do not expose the rug to the sun for a long period, never use steam cleaners and brooms and the use of foot creams can stain. Always use specialized laundries, as carpets must not be immersed in water.
Never use Veja, Bleach, Vanish, Windex. These products contain chemical agents that take the color out of the fiber, resulting in a permanent white stain. Avoid scrubbing or using a hard bristle brush, as they can damage the carpet fiber.
If you are not confident in performing the procedures on the side, at least wipe off the excess with a dry, clean cloth and get in touch.