Dropped Red Doesn’t Mean Drop Dead
It takes just a split second to spill a nasty red stain on your carpet. How you wish time could turn back to fix the stain that sure seems permanent. Accidents happen so don't panic. If you happen to spill Cool Aid, Cranberry juice or baby Tylenol on your carpet here are a few tips to help ease your pain.
- Quickly blot up as much as you can with a clean cotton towel. Blot, don't rub the stain as rubbing can damage the carpet fibers.
- Use lukewarm water to rinse as much of the stain as you can out of the carpet. If it was a large spill you may need a wet vac to suck up the spill and keep it from spreading.
- Beware of commercial carpet spotters. Some may help but others can actually bleach your carpet and make things worse.
- Call a professional like Zerorez who has the cleaning expertise to go after nasty red stains. Zerorez technicians are experienced in red dye stains and have a process to extinguish most if not all of the red stain. No stain is guaranteed to come out 100% but Zerorezdoes a great job.
The next time disaster strikes call Zerorez first. They will take care of the stain and ease your stress and most likely save your carpet. Check www.zerosandiego.com for our current special.
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