Cleaning Tips

Use The Following Cleaning Tips To Remove These Specialty Spots.
Chewing Gum: Fill an 8 ounce glass with ice and turn the glass upside down over the gum. Keep the ice on the gum for at least fifteen minutes. Then, use a spoon to scrape the gum from the carpet. If necessary, repeat the process. NOTE: Smaller pieces of ice work better than large cubes.

Candle Wax: Warm the wax with a hair dryer on medium-high heat, holding the hair dryer 10-12 inches from the wax. NOTE: Work slowly and carefully. Do not overheat the carpet fibers, this will avoid damaging the carpet. As the wax begins to melt, blot the wax with a paper towel. As the paper towel becomes saturated with wax use another part of the towel. Continue warming and blotting the wax until it is removed.

Ink: Moisten a white cotton cloth with an acetone based fingernail polish remover. Blot the ink spot gently transferring the ink to the cloth. As the cloth becomes saturated with ink use another part of the cloth. Repeat until the spot is no longer visible. NOTE: Avoid scrubbing the ink, as this will spread the ink and make the spot larger.

Permanent Marker: Moisten a white cotton cloth with isopropyl rubbing alcohol. Blot the spot gently transferring the ink to the cloth. As the cloth becomes saturated with ink use another part of the cloth. Repeat until the spot is no longer visible. NOTE: Avoid scrubbing the ink, as this will spread the ink and make the spot larger.