5 Carpet Cleaning Ways Without Toxic Chemicals | DIY

5 Carpet Cleaning Ways Without Toxic Chemicals | DIY 18 Mar

People with heightened design taste know and understand the influence a beautiful carpet or rug has on your home and the guests it will host, thus carpet cleaning and its maintenance is of utmost importance to them.

If you really value your carpets and rugs you would be very careful cleaning them, you should always choose non-toxic cleaning products, products that are suitable with the information as given in the manufacturer’s label, etc.

Hiring a carpet cleaning professional would be the easiest, but in case you choose not to, here are some of the ways you can use for carpet cleaning without toxic chemicals.

Learn Carpet Cleaning Without Toxic Chemicals

1. Good ol’ fashion

Some soap and water is all you need. Make a soap mixture in a bowl and sponge it onto the stains.

2. Fizzy Water

 

Fizzy Water

Use carbonated water to remove red wine stains. Damp the stains with carbonated water and let it stay for a while. Use a sponge later on suck the dampness up.

3. For Light-Coloured Carpets

 

Squeeze two three lemons into a bowl of lukewarm water. Soak the stains up with it, and then blotch it up with tissues.

4. Baking Soda

This is another quick and easy method is to sprinkle sodium bicarbonate all over your carpet, leave it for two or three hours and clean it up.

5. White Vinegar

The most effective urine smell and vomit smell removal is white vinegar. Mix half a cup of white vinegar with 4–5 cups of water in a spray bottle and then spray it on your carpet. Leave it for an hour and then blot it up.

If you want to get your carpets as good as new, stain free and odour free reach out to Toms Carpet Cleaning Melbourne on 1300 068 194.

 

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