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How to remove grass and mud stains from your carpet?

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How to remove grass and mud stains from your carpet?

Stains can be a problem for all households and many of them can be very difficult to remove. With this short handy guide, grass and mud stains will be a thing of the past.

Mud Stains

· If mud has been treaded into the carpet leave it to dry, as dry mud is a lot easier to remove. Do not be tempted to rub the stain as it can spread further.

· Once the mud is dry, vacuum the affected area and remove any remaining residue with a blunt edged knife.

· Combine half a teaspoon of mild detergent with a cup of cold water and apply to the affected area, blot gently with a white towel, until the stain transfers.

· If any of the stain remains continue to blot.

Grass Stain

· First vacuum the carpet to remove any loose particles of grass.

· Use a wet white cloth and blot the affected area.

· Mix a teaspoon of mild detergent with a cup of cold water and apply to the affected area, leave for a minute or so.

· Blot area with a white towel until the stain disappears.

Things to remember:

· Before you attempt to remove any stain on your carpet, always test the cleaning solution on a hidden area for colourfastness.

· Never rub stains, always blot gently as this prevents the carpet fibres from matting.

If any of the above techniques do not work, The Carpet Showroom recommends you contact the professionals at Chem Dry. They can provide you with further advice on their stain removal products or to arrange a professional carpet clean. Call 0844 324 5266 or visit the site.

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