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carpet cleaning Before you begin any stain removal treatment it is prudent to take heed of the following tips:

1. Immediately blot up as much of a liquid stain as possible using a soft white absorbent material such as a towel or napkin.
2. Scrape away solid or semi-solid stains with a blunt spatula or spoon. Never use a knife as its sharp edges could harm the pile fibers.
3. Vacuum away as much of the solid stain as possible.
4. Pretest the spot removal agent on an inconspicuous area of the carpet. Follow the instructions carefully. Apply a few drops to each color in the carpet/upholstery. Press a clean white towel or napkin lightly over it for approximately 30 seconds. Check both the towel (or napkin) and the carpet/upholstery for color transfer| color change or any other damage. Try another spot removal agent if you notice any change.
5. To clean the spot apply a small amount of spot removal agent to a soft white absorbent material and gently apply to the stain working from the edges towards the center of the spot to prevent it from spreading. Continue as long as the stain is getting transferred onto the towel. Apply more solution to a fresh area on the towel and repeat the process as long as the stain is being removed. In cases where you need to apply more than one spot removal agent in a sequence continue applying the first spot removal agent as long as there is any improvement; then move on to the next one.
6. After the spill has been removed| rinse out the affected area with water and blot dry to remove the cleaning solution as any residue may attract soil or cause damage to the carpet/upholstery. To effectively blot up the water you may use clean white dry towels weighed down by a fla heavy object such as a book; keep changing the towel as they become saturated.
7. Last but not least... NEVER OVERWET the area. Overwetting of carpets and upholstery while cleaning may cause damage.

*The longer a stain remains| the less likely that it can be removed.*

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