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Rid Your Rugs of Spots and Stains

BY: Walt Yoast | Category: Self-Improvement | Submitted: 2010-11-24 22:48:34
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Article Summary: "When it comes to rug maintenance, there are a few pointers that you need to keep in mind to ensure that your rugs last you for a long time. The main thing you need to worry about are spots and stains..."


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When it comes to rug maintenance, there are a few pointers that you need to keep in mind to ensure that your rugs last you for a long time. The main thing you need to worry about are spots and stains. Experts in rug cleaning say that almost any spot can be taken care of if it is treated immediately. Here is how you can go about it.

If a beverage of some sort has spilled, first try to mop up as much of the residue as you can. Use an absorbing sort of paper or cloth to blot the stain. Do not rub it in at all. The absorbent kitchen tissue you have will do fine. Next use a bit of warm water on the stain and again use the white cloth to blot it away. Should the stain persist, then use a solution of warm water and a mild bleaching product. Cover just the stain with the solution, let it soak for around 5 minutes and then use water to clean and blot it away.

Another common problem with rugs is wax falling on it. This more often than not is from birthday candles. Here is what you can do - wet a towel and place it on top of the hardened wax. Let your iron heat at a minimal level and then place it on top of the wet towel, right above the wax. This will make the wax melt. Once it is nice and soft, you can use a bit of cardboard to clear it away. Another way to do it is to freeze the wax using ice cubes. You can then just as easily break it away from the carpet.

You will need to constantly clean your rugs if you want them to serve you and your home for a longer time. Vacuum on a regular basis as well as air them on the washing line in the sun. This will ensure that they last longer.

This more often than not is from birthday candles. Here is what you can do - wet a towel and place it on top of the hardened wax. Let your iron heat at a minimal level and then place it on top of the wet towel, right above the wax. This will make the wax melt. Once it is nice and soft, you can use a bit of cardboard to clear it away. Another way to do it is to freeze the wax using ice cubes.

Do not rub it in at all. The absorbent kitchen tissue you have will do fine. Next use a bit of warm water on the stain and again use the white cloth to blot it away. Should the stain persist, then use a solution of warm water and a mild bleaching product.

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