Carpets aren’t Nasty, Stains are

Stains on carpets always look worse, especially when you have got a new carpet. It is the fable that is accustomed to every house and yet no one can escape from getting a stained carpet. No matter how careful you are about preserving your carpet, its fate remains decided. Yes, it will receive a stain some time, either dirt or a coffee one. Do not panic when dealing with a tough stain. You can always get it laundered with professional services such as Liverpool professional carpet cleaning services or try cleaning yourself, if you’ve got the guts. Think again when getting it in professional hands as the costs could be tough like the stain itself.

What do You Need to Get Started

If you want to get your hands dirty in this cleaning business, get ready and brace yourself with all the “simple hacks”.


No, it is not for drinking at the moment. A beer has other uses too like vanishing carpet stains. Just dab some beer on a piece of cloth and rub on the stain and watch for a while until the stain gets removed. If this buster is a bad one, dab more beer and repeat the process until you have a nice and clean carpet.


Like beer, vinegar guarantees ultimate cleaning effects, despite its so many uses in the kitchen. It delivers the best carpet cleaning results as if your carpet was never stained. Try some of these methods with vinegar if you are in for cleaning:

Make a solution of 2 Tbsps. salt and half a cup vinegar and rub on the stain. Vacuum the treated area and find the best results.

For paint stains, use a mixture of 1 1/2 Tsps. vinegar, 1/2 Tsp. detergent, and 2 cups of water and sponge the paint off your carpet.

Got juice stains? No problem. A solution of 1 1/2 Tbsps. vinegar and 1 Tbsp. of detergent would do the job quite right.

Oh, Coffee, coffee, coffee… your stain will remain no more as water and vinegar in equal proportions will wash you away.


Ice cubes? Yes. The ice cubes. Hardest stains like chewing gum can cause a lot of nuisance, but it is no big deal for ice cubes. Just put some ice cubes in a plastic bag and place over the stain. The chewing gum will get hard and now’s your chance to scrape it off using a butter knife. You can also use along mixture of water, detergent, salt, and vinegar to remove the stain completely.

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When Nothing’s Working…

If you are trying hard to remove that ugly stain and you have tried out all hacks, do not lose hope. You can always reach out to professional carpet cleaning services. The more it is professional, the better treatment your carpet will receive without getting ruined!