Spot Removal

IMPORTANT!

WORK ON A SMALL AREA OF THE SPOT FIRST.
IF IT DOESN'T COME OUT DON'T DO ANYTHING MORE.
IT MAY REQUIRE ANOTHER TYPE OF SPOT TREATMENT.


Please read entire directions before proceeding.

For general spotting use a solution of 1 teaspoon laundry detergent added to 1 quart of warm water.

  1. Blot or scrape up excess spill.
  2. Gently work cleaning solution into a small area of the spot. Avoid excessive rubbing.
  3. Blot with a clean white towel and check for spot transfer.

    • If some of the spot transfers to the towel, repeat steps 2 & 3 above on the same small area until the spot is removed or no longer transfers to the towel. If the results on this small area are satisfactory, treat the rest of the spot the same way.
    • If none of the spot transfers to the towel, stop and go to Step 4.

  4. Rinse the spotted area with a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water. This helps remove the soap solution.
  5. Blot dry as much as possible. A hair dryer (on low heat) may be used to dry small areas.
  6. Place a clean, thick towel and a weight (a phone book works great) on the area and allow to remain overnight.
  7. When dry, vacuum to restore nap.

IMPORTANT!

WORK ON A SMALL AREA OF THE SPOT FIRST.
IF IT DOESN'T COME OUT DON'T DO ANYTHING MORE.
IT MAY REQUIRE ANOTHER TYPE OF SPOT TREATMENT.

Please contact us for further instructions.

Advanced Spot Removal


 
 
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