How to Effectively Remove a Stain From Your Carpet

Posted on June 6th, 2014

How to Effectively Remove a Stain From Your Carpet

How to Effectively Remove a Stain From Your Carpet

Advanced technology has lent itself to a revolutionary new way of carpet cleaning. When home remedies don't work, instead of rearranging the furniture, or buying a brand-new throw rug to cover up the unsightly spot, simply use OxyDry.

OxyDry spot cleaner is incredibly effective on most tough stains due to it's unique patented formula of naturally occurring deep cleansers. It works on a molecular level to attract soil and dirt particles, and dries completely without the use of harsh, toxic chemicals.

OxyDry spot cleaner provides quick results and is easy to apply in just a few simple steps.

Always remember all cleaning products should first be tested on a discreet area of carpeting to prevent damage or discoloration.

Steps to complete stain removal

  • OxyDry spot cleaner is most effective when used immediately after a spill has occurred.

    If needed, first, remove any solid excess that may have accompanied the spill.

    Apply a dry, absorbent white cloth to the affected area with a blotting motion. Terry cloth works the best and the cloth should always be white, so as not to transfer colored dye to your carpet.

    Do not scrub! This may spread the stain. Gently blot away as much of the stain or spotted area as possible.

  • Apply OxyDry spot cleaner to a dampened cloth. Starting on the outside edge of the stain, lightly rub the cloth in a circular motion. Don't brush! Excessive brushing of the carpet fibers causes them to loosen, resulting in unwanted fuzziness.

    You will notice the soil has transferred itself onto the cloth. Continue to work toward the center in a spiral fashion until the cloth has completely removed all remnants of the stain.

  • Rinse the affected area with water. Blot with a dry towel, removing as much moisture as you can.

    It is highly-recommended that you own a nap raiser (also referred to as a brush nap or bunka brush). It is available for purchase as most hardware stores. This metal brush contains long wire threads that when used, returns the carpet threads to their natural, upright position.

  • If excess moisture remains even after blot drying and using the nap raiser, then place several more white cloths onto the damp area and lay a heavy stack of books on top. Within several hours, the rest of the moisture should be fully absorbed.

  • Effectively removing the toughest stains has never been easier with OxyDry. Go ahead, buy that white carpet without hesitation! You'll enjoy it's hassle-free, worry-free beauty, for many years to come.

    About The Author

    Stuart Sampson, an expert Phoenix Carpet Cleaner, offering years of experiencing cleaning all types of carpets in homes and businesses. He not only has the experience but also has invested in all the latest technologies to ensure your Phoenix carpets are cleaned perfect every time. You can learn more about his process by visiting his website

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