Carpet Cleaning Tips – How To Clean Hardened Food Stains On Carpet

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If you are like most people, you have been putting off large purchases because of the economy.  Maybe you need to replace your carpet because it’s old and dirty but you simply don’t have the money to do it.  While you are saving your money to replace your old carpet, you should make sure the carpet cleaning is done on a regular basis.  Since old carpets can ruin easily, you might want to hire a cleaning company that specialises in carpet cleaning services in London.

These carpet cleaners London will gently clean your carpet, using their state of the art carpet cleaning machines and non-toxic cleaning products without causing and damage.

If you are doing your own carpet cleaning, you will need to first remove any caked on food debris.  This can be tricky because if the debris has been on the carpet for months, you will need more than a vacuum cleaner to get it off.  Follow these easy carpet cleaning tips for softening hardened food debris on your carpet.

  • Soak a rag in warm water and apply a mild soap.
  • Dab the food debris with the warm, soapy rag.  This should loosen the debris which will allow you to remove it easier.
  • If the debris can’t be softened, then you may have to cut away with a knife.
  • Once you have removed all of the difficult food particles from your carpet, you will need to vacuum the remaining crumbs.

While a bit of spot cleaning is a fairly simple process, a thorough carpet clean is far more demanding.  So you should consider calling a carpet cleaning company to make your old carpet look brand new.  They will do such a great job on your old carpet you might change your mind entirely about replacing it.

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