I had a professional carpet cleaning co out to do all the carpetting.
Thought they for sure get these stains out. They didnt. He used a
water/chemical/vaccuum system. Is there a good product i can get at the
store to remove these coffee stains -- they are about 6 months old and
run about 4 feet in length??
Strange. I have always been able to remove old coffee stains without a
problem. If worse comes to worse, you can try some Clorox solution. I know
it sounds extreme, but the carpeting that I have is colorfast even with
chlorine bleach. You can mix about a cup of bleach with quart of water blot
the area or put some in a spray bottle and mist the stains, then gently rub
with a dry cloth. Make sure to test an inconspicuous spot first, like in a
closet, to make sure the carpet won't be ruined.
On Fri, 4 Jun 2004 09:24:20 -0500, email@example.com (HVAC IsFun)
Use an oxygen-based cleaner mixed with hot water. There are several
brands available. To be on the safe side, test a carpet area inside a
closet first. You may need to repeat the procedure 2 or 3 times, but
it will remove the coffee stain. Use a fan to dry the carpet after
the treatment to avoid mold/mildew.
There is a product I know of called PreSpot Plus that will definitely get it
out if ANYTHING can. You spray it on and let it soak in the carpet a couple
of hours before you rinse with warm water. It usually doesn't a good job
and won't discolor the carpet. Smells good too. It even removes paint from
clothing and carpet in most cases. They have a couple of other products
that you can use to clean your carpet that are awesome too. In fact, a lot
of carpet cleaners are using their products because they work so much better
and they're great for eliminating odors, ie. pet odors. These products are
definitely worth trying out and will help you in so many ways in your house.
They are made with all natural ingredients and without the harsh toxins. Go
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