Carpet cleaning experts share hacks for removing stubborn and soluble stains

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Muddy paw prints, common splashes, and dust can really hit your carpets. Light-colored carpets and those with a thick pile can show the dirt more than darker carpets. The autumn and winter months bring more wind and rain, which inevitably creates the risk of mud and water damaging your carpets.

Experts at the leading carpet retailer, Tapi, have revealed their stain removal hacks for cleaning up soluble stains like mud and stubborn stains like red wine and blood.

Follow these expert hacks to not only remove stains, but also increase the longevity of your carpet and keep it looking tip-top.

If something spills on your carpet, it is important to fight the stain as soon as possible.

Leaving it for a period of time can make the stain more difficult to remove, so it is important to “act quickly”.

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Tapi recommends using a spoonful of ammonia with half a liter of water.

Alternatively, you can use an ammonia-based cleaner to remove the stains.

However, you need to know what materials your carpet is made of to know what to use.

For example, if the carpet is made of wool or a wool blend, you will need to stick to a mild detergent and water.

Tapi also said that you should “always avoid” using hot water in one place.

This can actually stain the fabric and potentially make the fabric permanent.

The fibers of your carpet will open up when hot water is applied, allowing the stain to penetrate deep into the fibers.


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