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How to Remove Crayon Stains From Carpet

BY: Andrea Hanson | Category: Others | Submitted: 2012-05-08 20:19:40
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Article Summary: "Removal of colored stain from the carpet - Crayon stains seem to be extremely difficult to remove from carpet. If you have small kids, you are probably forced to deal with such problem very often. You can easily remove a crayon stain from your carpet, if you only follow the tips provided in this article..."


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Crayon stains seem to be extremely difficult to remove from carpet. If you have small kids, you are probably forced to deal with such problem very often. You can easily remove a crayon stain from your carpet, if you only follow the tips provided in this article.

The first thing to do is to make the crayon hard. We recommend that you place a few ice cubes on the stained area. That will freeze the crayon, making it easy to scrape away. You can use a tablespoon for that purpose. Be gentle and avoid harming the fabric.

It is possible that you will manage to remove the entire stain with the tablespoon. But if you don't do that, you will need to treat it some other way. For example, you can apply some soapy water and scrub carefully. Mix some liquid detergent with water and apply it to the affected area. Use a brush or a cloth to scrub the stain away.

If the stain is too stubborn, you will need to use some rubbing alcohol. Before you do that, you should test a hidden area of your carpet. That will ensure no damage will be caused to the carpet, like discolouration for example.

Once you are sure you will not affect your carpet with the rubbing alcohol, you can apply it to the stained area. Let it stay for a while and then blot it with a cotton cloth. Do not rub because you could spread the stain. If you just blot it, you will see how the crayon is transferring to the cloth.
When the stain comes out completely, you need to rinse the area with plenty of water to remove any residues and the odour that could be left by the rubbing alcohol. After that, dry the carpet. Your hair dryer could come in handy to do that effectively.

Be careful that you don't leave the carpet wet, because some mould and mildew could develop. That will definitely lead to some really bad odours. Dealing with them could be a very hard task. Bad smell coming from the carpet is something you don't want to deal with. That could involve using different chemical products that would harm your skin. That is why you need to use only products that are natural and will not cause you health problems. Some houehold products like vinegar and baking soda could also work well. Sprinkle the carpet with baking soda and vacuum it in a few hours or brush it with a solution of equal parts of vinegar and water.

Crayon removal from carpet is very easy if you keep in mind the above steps. In case you face any problems, you can just ask some cleaning company to give you a hand. Carpet cleaners Melbourne could remove any stain from your carpet if you call them.

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