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How To Get Makeup Out Of Carpet

How To Get Makeup Out of Your Carpet

It happens. Things fall, things get broken, and the consequence is often your carpet. Regardless of your color preference on makeup, spilled makeup will leave a noticeable stain most likely in a conspicuous spot (because that's how it goes). Fortunately, you're not the only one to ever experience this mishap and over time we've learned the cleaning methods that actually work, and a lot of solutions are simple at-home remedies. In this guide, we reveal 5 different types of makeup stains and… read more...

Sealant/Caulk (Silicone & Latex)

To block water from falling behind the fixtures in tile or porcelain, you use caulk. To successfully remove the silicone sealant from the carpet you must tend to it immediately after it has been spilled. You want to try and avoid it getting dry because once it has been dried, the silicone sealant cannot be removed without damage to your carpet. Be sure to test the solutions used in an inconspicuous area to avoid any damage to your carpet.

If you are not comfortable with removing the caulk on your own, you can always contact a professional for advice.read more...

Mustard, turmeric, and Curry Stains

Mustard and curry contain turmeric and gives them that yellowish color. When getting some on your carpet they are particularly eye-catching, especially if you have a light-colored carpet. Below are two methods you can try using to remove these types of stains. The results of these procedures vary depending on what previous treatments have already been performed on the stain, how long the stain has been there unattended, and your treatment technique. Because these are difficult stains to remove, don’t hesitate to call a professional for advice.

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Should Carpet Be Replaced After Water Damage?

Should carpet be replaced after water damage?Whenever possible, carpet should be cleaned, rather than replaced, after water damage. In most cases, cleaning the carpet after water damage is not only possible but recommended. In keeping with environmental and community stewardship through reducing, reusing, recycling, and re-purposing, cleaning carpet after water damage, rather than replacing it, is not only an economically prudent decision but an environmentally-friendly and ecologically responsible one as well. This begs the question, should carpets be replaced after water damage?

Water damage does not spell the end of a… read more...

Water Damage Restoration

Water Damage Restoration

You don't always know when you have a water leak. They can happen anywhere in the house, at any time, for a number of reasons. Your first order of business is to move quickly. The longer you leave the mess, the more likely it is for deeper damage to occur. If you're attempting to conquer water damage restoration on your own, it's important to not only get your property back to normal as quickly as possible but if you don't fully assess the situation, you could be putting… read more...

Removing Latex Paint From Carpet

Latex Paint Carpet Stain


It’s hard to avoid an accident when there are kids around, and sometimes we make mistakes ourselves, but we love to paint and sometimes things are spilled or broken. If you have paint on your carpet right now, here are a few methods to remove latex paint from your carpet. Remember you can always call a professional to come to your home and remove the latex paint from your carpet, or simply call for any advice. Additionally, remember to always test these solutions in a… read more...

How Water Leaks can Affect Carpet and Flooring






Water leaks can cause serious damage to your home. Depending on where the leak is and how serious it is, you might have a small water spot under a sink or warped floors. Expert water leak expert Ryan West with Leak Science stresses, “The longer the leak exists, the more damage it can cause in your home."





Along with staining your ceiling and warping wood, a leak in your home can ruin your carpeting as well… read more...

Blue Gatorade Stains

Blue Gatorade Stain

Gatorade stains can be both tough and frustrating to eliminate. If you have a couple of little athletes running around the house, it is bound to happen sooner or later. Like most stains, it is important to eliminate a Gatorade stain as quickly as possible. This can be done with oxygen bleach cleaner while preserving the integrity of your clothing, carpet, tile grout or upholstery.
In eliminating any spill from carpet, the most operative method is to use patience and follow directions carefully. Often, consumers become convinced… read more...

Removing Adhesive Residue on Carpet

An adhesive is a chemical, typically liquid or semi-liquid, that adheres or bonds items together. Adhesives come from either natural or synthetic sources; glue on tape, masking tape, duct tape, etc. and can come in many forms, drying adhesives, pressure sensitive adhesives, contact adhesives, hot adhesives, multi-part adhesives, one-part adhesives, natural adhesives, and synthetic adhesives. If it is used on carpet for whatever reason, maybe as a protector for paint or to do a quick patch-up job on ripped carpet, the residue will remain on the carpet in a matter of days if left to sit. Read on to learn about read more...

How to Remove a Blood Stain from Your Carpet

Stains can be stressful. It takes patience and a little bit of science to get the best results. Blood stains can be especially difficult to remove because of the hemoglobin in the blood, which adheres with the fibers in your carpet when it hits the air and binds. As with any stain removal technique, you will want to try a test application on a small, inconspicuous spot to be sure it does not damage the color or fibers of your carpet. The most effective way to remove a blood stain from your carpet is by using a microbial chemical cleaner.

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