How Do I Remove Stubborn Stains from Carpets?

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There a number of ways to remove stubborn stains from carpets depending on the nature of the stain. For example, stubborn alcohol stains are removed using ammonia and methylated spirits while hair dye stains are removed using hydrogen peroxide. All in all, the best way to treat a stain is to deal with it immediately when it happens because the longer it stays the harder it will be to get rid of. To get a more specific stain removal tips you can ask your local drycleaner or visit the cleaner register site.
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To remove carpet stains, first blot the excess stain with a clean paper towel. Next spray some carpet cleaner on the stain. Gently rub stain until it disappears.
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