Stain Removal

You can easily remove the nail polish stains from the carpet with a nail polish remover. The ingredient in nail polish remover called acetone, helps remove the stain. Simply apply the remover directly to the stain from the edges to the middle, and let the remover sit for a few minutes. Then dry the spot with a clean cloth or towel. It may take 2 or 3 repeated attempts.”  Stains happen not just on your clothes. If you have children or pets, you know the feeling of frustration when you discover stains on your carpet. A carpet is not something that you can clean in your washing machine. So what steps can you take before calling out a professional carpet cleaner? There are a number of household items that will help with stain removal:

The types of carpet stains we can remove

1. Coffee

To remove coffee drops and spills from the carpet, first dry as much coffee as you can with a clean damp towel or cloth. Mix a tablespoon of non-bleaching washing detergent with 2 cups of cold water. Apply the solution to the stain area and leave it for a while. After a minute, repeatedly blot the solution with dry cloth. carpet cleaning Barry

2. Blood 

To remove blood stains from a carpet use the same method as for coffee stains; one tablespoon of washing detergent with 2 cups of cold water, spray or pour the solution, and repeatedly blot with a clean dry towel or cloth.

3. Nail Polish

You can easily remove the nail polish stains from the carpet with a nail polish remover. The ingredient in nail polish remover called acetone, helps remove the stain. Simply apply the remover directly to the stain from the edges to the middle, and let the remover sit for a few minutes. Then dry the spot with a clean cloth or towel. It may take 2 or 3 repeated attempts.
4. Pet Stains
Pet odours and stains especially urine is probably the worst stain. Once it gets into the carpet fibers, you have in a big problem. First, blot the stain with a damp cloth as soon as possible when it happens. Then mix half teaspoon of non-bleaching detergent liquid with one cup of warm water, apply the mix into the stain area, then blot the stain with a clean cloth. Keep repeating the process until the stain is gone. If the stain and/or smell still remain, mix one table spoon of baking soda with one cup of warm water and apply to the affected area.
Please note that pet urine can chemically react with some rug dyes, and changes the affected area into different color.