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The key to successful spot removal is getting to it as quick as possible. Great care also must be taken in how spot cleaning is performed. When a carpet is new, or has sufficient protector on it, plain tap water will remove many spots. However, for those spots that will not move easily with water, you must use a spot cleaner. Select a spot cleaner that is recommended by the carpet manufacturer or your trained, certified professional cleaner.

Most spot removers that are purchased over the counter leave too much soap residue and can cause yellowing and/or set the spot which can cause it to be a permanent stain. Avoid using foam carpet cleaners or any product that is not made specifically for carpet.

At this point, it may be good to know the difference between a spot and a stain. A spot is any foreign substance that adds texture to a fiber. A stain is anything that adds to or deletes the color of a fiber. Obviously, stains are not easily removed and usually permanent, whereas spots are more readily cleaned up.

Effectively Spot Removal

1. Identify what Caused the spot.

If you don't know yourself, ask others in the house. Knowing exactly what made the spot can make removal much faster, with a greater chance of success and with less chance of damage to your carpet.
Even, geometric spots such as circles, squares and even triangles may be stains from furniture legs. These are very difficult to remove and should be handled by a professional company.
If the spot is sticky or stiff, this is a good indication that removal is possible.
If the spot is lighter in color this is not a good sign as it may indicate that there is a color loss instead of just a spot.

2. If the spill is fresh, blot up as much as possible with an absorbent paper or cotton towel. (if the spill is think, use a spoon to remove as much as possible by scraping toward the center and scooping up).

3. If the spill is dried, pour a small amount of cooled water or carbonated water on the spot and work it in with a spoon to attempt to re-liquify it and then start the blotting proccess.

4. Use a fresh are of the towel or new paper towel and stand on it to blot. Repeat this procedure until no more residue transfers to the toweling.

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