If you have carpet, you likely have or have had, carpet stains to deal with. And if your carpet is brand new, unfortunately you can expect a stain or two to deal with in the future.
Art’s Furniture & Carpet realizes the investment you’ve made in your carpet. They created the First Aid Kit for Carpet Stains to help you care for, and maintain your carpet for many years to come.
Download your free First Aid Kit for Carpet Stains now OR keep reading to learn more.
What’s Inside the First Aid Kit for Carpet Stains
Many things can stain your carpet, but there are a few stains that just seem downright impossible to remove without having to call a professional.
And when it comes to removing the stain yourself, there is a lot of conflicting, or vague information (or both) on the internet. We know, we’ve seen it too.
What should you really do to get that stain out? No one wants to live with a stain on their carpet, but they also don’t want to damage their carpet and have to live with that.
That’s where the First Aid Kit for Carpet Stains can help!
Art’s has sorted through the confusing information to bring you trusted, professional carpet stain removal tips with clear, step by step instructions in a ‘recipe-style’ format, so you can get those stains out with confidence.
Naturally, Art’s can’t guarantee your results. BUT we are certain this carpet stain removal guide gives you the best possible chance at removing your stain with minimal expense.
7 Tough Stains
This carpet stain removal guide shares tried and true methods the professionals use for removing seven of the most challenging stains you may encounter. The stains covered in this First Aid Kit for Carpet Stains include:
· Food-Based Grease
· Pet Urine Stains and Odors
· Really Stubborn or Old Stains (yes, you can often remove old stains with these tips!)
For some stains, there are several options to try for complete removal. Where appropriate, we have listed them.
There are specific carpet cleaning rules you should follow to get the best results from your stain removal activities. Professionals know them as the ‘universal rules’ of carpet cleaning and there are five of them.
In fact, these universal rules are so important that if you’ve had trouble getting stains out in the past, it’s probably because you weren’t following one (or more) of these rules. No matter what the stain is, or the kind of carpet you are working on, these techniques should always be followed.
The First Aid Kit for Carpet Stains not only shows you how to completely remove the stains mentioned above, but also shows you what to do to keep your carpet from attracting stains a few months later.
Common Household Agents + Supply List
It is possible to use only common household agents to fully get out the listed stains (and more), and the First Aid Kit for Carpet Stains shows you how.
You will also find a list of the common household agents used throughout this guide in one place. Use this as a supply list to keep your carpet first aid kit stocked up. That way, when a stain happens you’re prepared to quickly tackle the stain.
If you aren’t really a DIY kind of person, or just don’t have the time, we have a non-toxic, chemical free, commercial option for you.
You can use that product in place of the common household agents on any of the listed stains and still get great results. In fact, it is the #1 carpet cleaning solution the flooring professionals we work with recommend. And you can get it at Art’s.
Complete Stain Removal Takes Time
It never fails that stains happen at an inconvenient time and it is important to act quickly for the best carpet stain removal success. Having the right supplies and acting quickly is only the first part of the equation.
The second part of the equation is to remember that in most cases, complete stain removal is not a quick process.
Even when using professional tips and treating the stain right away.
For each of the stains listed in this Carpet First Aid Kit, it will probably take multiple times of ‘lifting’ the stain out of the carpet for it to be completely gone.
Once you get the stain out, it is equally important to remember to rinse the treated spot with clear water (Hint: one of the 5 universal rules). Soap residue can attract dirt and if you skip this step, you might find a stain reappearing in the same spot a few months later.
The First Aid Kit for Carpet Stains is a free resource. Download your copy NOW