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Cooking Oil & Butter

Clean-Cooking-Oil-and-ButterRemove as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white terry cloth towel or scraping it with a dull knife or spoon. Apply a small amount of Coleman Spot Remover. Spray or dab the solution onto the spot and blot with towel.

Finally, using a spray bottle, rinse the spot with tap water and blot to remove excess moisture. Place a thick pad of paper towel or terry cloth over the spot and weight it down with a heavy book. This allows any wicking to absorb into the towel rather than drying on the tips of the carpet fibers. Let stand 12 hours.

If the spot remains, moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide and let stand 2 to 3 hours under a weighted sheet of plastic wrap. Repeat this application until the spot is removed.

Fruit Juice & Soda

Cleaning-Spilled-Fruit-Juice

Remove as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white terry cloth or scraping with a dull knife or spoon. Spray the affected area with an ammonia solution (1 tablespoon clear household ammonia to ½ cup water). Care should be taken to remove all protein matter. Blot to remove excess moisture.

Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth and blot. Re-apply alcohol to clean areas of the cloth and continue to blot until no color transfers to the cloth. Note: Do not let the alcohol penetrate to the backing as it could destroy the latex bond.

Finally, using a spray bottle, rinse the spot with tap water and blot to remove excess moisture. Place a thick pad of paper towel or terry cloth over the spot and weight it down with a heavy book. This allows any wicking to absorb into the towel rather than drying on the tips of the carpet fibers. Let stand 12 hours.

Coffee

Cleaning-Coffee-SpillsBlot with white paper towel to remove as much of the stain as possible, then neutralize with a white vinegar solution (1 part vinegar to 1 part water). Saturate the spot using a spray bottle and blot to remove excess moisture.

Next, apply a small amount of Coleman Spot Remover. Spray or dab the solution onto the spot and blot with towel.

Finally, using a spray bottle, rinse the spot with tap water and blot to remove excess moisture. Place a thick pad of paper towel or terry cloth over the spot and weight it down with a heavy book. This allows any wicking to absorb into the towel rather than drying on the tips of the carpet fibers. Let stand 12 hours.

If the stain remains, moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide and let stand 2 to 3 hours under a weighted sheet of plastic wrap. Repeat application until carpet is stain free.

Red Wine

Cleaning-Red-Wine-From-Carpet

Blot with white paper towel to remove as much of the stain as possible, then neutralize with a white vinegar solution (1 part vinegar to 1 part water). Saturate the spot using a spray bottle and blotto remove excess moisture.

Next, apply a small amount of Coleman Spot Remover. Spray or dab the solution onto the spot and blot with towel.

Finally, using a spray bottle, rinse the spot with tap water and blot to remove excess moisture. Place a thick pad of paper towel or terry cloth over the spot and weight it down with a heavy book. This allows any wicking to absorb into the towel rather than drying on the tips of the carpet fibers. Let stand 12 hours.

If the stain remains, moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide and let stand 2 to 3 hours under a weighted sheet of plastic wrap. Repeat application until carpet is stain free.

Animal Excrement

Animal-Excrement-CleaningRemove as much of the foreign material as possible by blotting with a white terry cloth or scraping with a dull knife or spoon. Spray the affected area with an ammonia solution (1 tablespoon clear household ammonia to ½ cup water). Care should be taken to remove all protein matter. Blot to remove excess moisture.

Apply rubbing alcohol to a clean white cloth and blot. Re-apply alcohol to clean areas of the cloth and continue to blot until no color transfers to the cloth. Note: Do not let the alcohol penetrate to the backing as it could destroy the latex bond.

Finally, using a spray bottle, rinse the spot with tap water and blot to remove excess moisture. Place a thick pad of paper towel or terry cloth over the spot and weight it down with a heavy book. This allows any wicking to absorb into the towel rather than drying on the tips of the carpet fibers. Let stand 12 hours.