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Carpet stains: 8 cleaning techniques depending on the stain

Carpet stains
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Carpet stains: 8 cleaning techniques depending on the stain
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Rugs and carpets always add an extra decorative element to a room.  As well as brightening up a room, a rug makes the room cozy and welcoming.  However you often find it gets splattered with all sorts of stains that are difficult to remove.  Here are some astonishing techniques to help clean away those annoying stains! 

1) Morning coffee stains

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Soak up the excess liquid with a paper towel or cloth and then soak the stain in beer. Rub the mark a little and wipe.  Repeat these gestures until the stain disappears.

2) Oily stains

Place a power towel on the stain and soak it generously with polish.  Leave the soaked paper towel on the stain for half an hour.

3) Mustard mark

Make a paste with salt, lemon juice and cold water.  Apply this paste onto the stain and leave to dry.  Rub with a knife to remove the rest.

4) Wine spills

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Soak up the wine with a paper towel.  Sprinkle the mark with bicarbonate of soda until it is dry and then pour sparkling water on top. Wipe with a clean cloth to remove the rest.

5) Juice stains

Spray shaving foam onto the stain and leave for 10 minutes. Next slowly rub the stain with a damp sponge.

6) Tomato sauce mark

Generously pour white vinegar onto the stain. Clean and rub with washing up liquid and water.

7) Olive oil stain

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Soak the affected area with soapy water or use an old tooth brush with washing up liquid to rub the stain. Wipe the mark, apply some water and wipe again until it is dry.

8) Felt pen stains

Soak the stain with non-diluted vinegar and rub with a cloth.

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