How to Perform Upholstery and Rug Cleaning of Stains Which Your Kids Made
Now that the school year starts again, the stain hazards for your carpets and furniture have increased. If you don’t believe us, read on the following post and discover which the most common types of stains your children can make are and how to partially remove them, without harming any fabrics.
- Crayon stains – when your kids start drawing, they may sometimes use your carpets as a canvas. In this case you will need to book steam rug cleaning. For minor scratches, however, you can use a brown grocery bag to apply over the spot and run a heated iron over it. 10 to 15 seconds are enough to get the problem solved.
- Watercolor stains – Children love to paint with them and sometimes turn the entire house into one big atelier. If you don’t want any marks made with them to remain over your carpets and upholstery, you can run a clean sponge soaked in dish-washing detergent over the stain and then wash carefully with warm water.
- Food and beverage – Depending on the type of food, juice, or alcohol, your carpets and upholstery may get cleaned easily or with more effort. Consult an upholstery cleaning specialist, if you are not sure whether to
- Muddy and dirty traffic patterns – Let your child know that entering the living area without taking his/her shoes off is forbidden. Other measures would require deep cleaning.
Call J & D Cleaning Service, of Beloit, OH, whenever you need professional assistance with our carpet or upholstery cleaning. We promise to eliminate all the stubborn stains which your kid has made around your home.