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Kitchen Carpet Spill

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A spill on the kitchen carpet can be anything from

a child's cup falling off the table to muddy footprints

around the room. Properly dealing with the kitchen

spill is what seperates the professionals from everyone


With a little bit of common knowledge, many of the

spills that occur can be cleaned up and corrected fast

and easily. Knowing how to react to spills in the

kitchen are what makes things easier than ever.

The first thing to do, is use a bit of common sense.

Its important for you to take very quick action and

be smart about the first steps you take in cleaning

up your kitchen carpet spill. To put it in other

terms - don't let the spill sit.

The longer the spill or product sits on your carpet,

the deeper in it will go. A larger spill that has

time to seep into the carpet and into the padding

and reaches the floor boards is one type of spill

that will need extensive cleaning. Therefore, you'll

need to move quickly and effectively.

You can take different steps to remove spills from

your kitchen carpet. One thing that remains the

same throughout every spill you encounter is that

you shouldn't rub them. Most often, rubbing the

spill will rub them into the fibers of the carpet.

This will make them less likely to come off. Instead

of rubbing, you should consider blotting. Blotting

puts small amounts of pressure on the stain to

allow the cloth or paper towels to soak it up. This

doesn't work the stain deeper into the carpet.

As far as getting the spill out of the carpet, you

can use several methods. First, you should try

and remove as much debris from the floor as possible,

wiping as much as you can up. Then, there are

several routes that you can take.

If you own a carpet cleaner, this will be your

best option. Last, there are several products on

the market that you can use. This will help when

it comes to difficult spills. Unless you have

them on hand, waiting isn't an option. Spills in

the kitchen needs to be handled in a quick and

timely manner.

Since the kitchen spill happens in one of the most

used rooms of the home, you'll need to make sure

that you do a great job in cleaning it up. Because

spills can happen frequently, it is important

that you do a complete cleaning of the carpet on

a regular basis.

Even though kitchen carpet spills are nearly

impossible to prevent, you can protect yourself and

your carpet by knowing what to do. If you keep

your carpet clean, you'll have no problems cleaning

up spills as they occur.

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Choosing The Right Carpet Cleaner

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Choosing an effective carpet cleaner is easier said

than done. There are many carpet cleaning companies

out there, each one claiming to be the best. With

each one claiming to be the best, it can be very

hard deciding which one is the best for you. If

follow the tips below, you'll have no problems finding

your ideal carpet cleaner.

First of all, you should know what your choices are

in cleaning methods and you should also know which

one is the one you'll want to choose, as there are

several available to choose from. A dry extraction

type of cleaning will use a compound that contains

detergents what will free stains and dirt which will

then allow them to be vacuumed up.

Dry foam on the other hand may be used by applying

foam to the carpet and then vacuuming it up with a

wet vacuum. You can also choose a vacuum that uses

stronger chemicals and a stronger suction to get

dirt up. For your needs, you should choose the

vacuum accordingly.

Once you know your options, talk to family and

friends for their recommendations. There are several

places on the internet that offer reviews for

local as well as nationwide carpet cleaners.

You can also get estimates as well. Find out

what the professionals charge and what is considered

to be extra. You should also find out what

chemicals are going to be used, how long the

process will take, and whether or not they plan to

move any furniture.

You'll want to make sure that chemicals used are

going to be safe for you, your children, and

also your pets. If you are using a professional

company, you'll want to let them know what type of

carpet you have. If you don't let them know and

you have a type of carpet that will shrink or

change color during cleaning, you'll probably be

in trouble.

Probably the most important thing, is to know who

is coming to your home. You should always make

sure that you know the history of the carpet

cleaner as well as inquire if background checks

are performed by the company. These steps will

help to keep you and those you love safe.

Follow the above tips, and you'll have no problems

with finding the right carpet cleaner. There are

many types to choose from, as well as professional

cleaning companies.

If you are considering whether or not to use a

professional carpet cleaner, you should consider

the alternatives as well. First, spot removal

isn't the only necessary carpet cleaning that you

need to do, nor is the vacuuming.

Even home carpet cleaning machines won't do as

good of a job as a pro can do. When you use these

types of carpet cleaners, you can help to preserve

your carpeting for years and years to come.

Last, professional cleaning can help many people

who have allergies to feel better once they have

clean carpet. If you have allergies, a professional

cleaning may be the ideal way to solve just about

all of your carpet problems.

In a nutshell, it makes the most sense to have your

carpet professionally cleaned. It doesn't really

cost a lot of money, yet it will give you the

peace of mind in knowing that your carpet is very


If you've been looking to clean your carpet or

have it cleaned, professional is without a doubt

the way to go. You don't have to bother with it

yourself, yet you'll know that your carpet is going

to be cleaned right - by someone who knows exactly

what they are doing.

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Carpet Repair

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How often you need to repair your carpet depends on

you. There are instances such as burns, crushing,

fading, furniture, bleeding, sprouting, and carpet

beetles where you'll want to take action. Most of

the time, you can finish a repair job without needing

a professional, although there will be times when

you will need professional assistance.


Burns occur when a cigarette butt or flame comes

in contact with the carpet. If the burn is small,

the burnt fibers of the carpet can be cut out with

scissors. If the burn is large, you'll need to

replace the area with a new piece of carpet. You

can do this yourself if you know how, or have an

installer do it.


This occurs when loose fibers come out on the edges

of the carpet. To fix this, simply cut the fibers

that are sticking out.

Furniture marks

Heavy furniture can result in indentations being

left on the carpet. To get rid of these nasty

marks, you should sprinkle your carpet with some

club soda, place a towel over the area, then iron

it. Do this a couple of times and you will see

your carpet begin to re-fluff.

Shading, crushing, and matting

A lot of traffic on the surface of the carpet will

cause it to flatten, which may give some types of

carpet a shaded appearance. If this happens, you

should brush and vacuum the area. If you can't

fix the problem, you may need to hire a professional,

as this can sometimes be very tricky.

Shedding and snagging

Shedding is a problem of usage, as the fibers will

surface on the carpet. This isn't a defect in

manufacturing, but a normal problem. To fix it,

you'll need to vacuum the area. The snags on

the other hand are tufts that have pulled out of

the surface of the carpet. They will occur more

often with loop pile than cut pile carpets. You

should never pull them off, but instead cut them

off neatly with a pair of scissors.


A carpet is known to have sprouts only when there

are tufts on it, which are longer than the rest.

As pulling on them will only damage the carpet

more, you should trim them off with scissors and

level them down to the rest of the pile.

Static electricity

This depends on the carpet material, construction,

and padding. Humidity will play an important role

as the moisture in the air is absorbed by the

carpet fibers. A humidifier will help to retain

moisture, and you can also spray the surface of

the carpet with an anti static agent.

Carpet beetles

The best way to deal with carpet beetles is with

a strong vacuum suction. You should always avoid

spillage and keep the surface of the carpet clean

of food. The carpet beetles are quite annoying,

as they feed on wool, hair, hides, fur, grain,

seeds, and flour. If the carpet is infested bad,

you professional cleaner is the way to go.

Bleeding or crocking

Bleeding of the carpet is the loss or transfer

of the color from one section to another. Good

underlayments can help to prevent bleeding to

a certain degree. Crocking on the other hand is

the loss of the carpets color when it is rubbed.

To avoid this, simply avoid getting your carpet


A carpet installation job that is one right can

help you reduce your repair worries to quite

an amazing degree. You can always call a pro as

well, as their services will often end up being

much cheaper than if you were to go ahead and

replace the entire carpet.

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Picking Out A Carpet

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Carpets are available in many different styles and

colors, although when you shop for your carpet, you

should try to buy the best quality carpet you can

get for the money. Even if you happen to be on a

very strict budget, you shouldn't skimp on your

carpeting or your carpet pad, as quality products

will tend to last longer, wear better, and even save

you quite a bit of money in the long run.

Almost all modern carpets are made from either nylon,

polyester, or olefin. Nylon is the strongest type

of material and also the most widely used. Even

though nylon will never wear down to the treads, it

can fade and get very scrubby in appearance. Buying

the proper padding for your carpet and having it

treated with a stain resistant treatment will help

to make it last a lot longer.

When you pick out a carpet, you need to know how

to tell if carpet is good enough quality. One easy

way to test is by looking at the density of the

carpet. This means the thickness and closeness of

the pile, or each specific strand of fiber.

The closer the fibers are to each other, the better

the overall quality will be. You should stick your

fingers into the rub or bend it to see if you can

feel or see the mesh. The less you feel or see,

the better the quality of the carpet. Another

factor with quality carpet is the twist level or

the number of twists in 1 inch length of fiber - as

the more twists you see, the better.

The density of the pile will affect how the carpet

will wear, while the cut of the pile will affect

how the carpet looks. A plush cut carpet looks like

a field of velvet with even color and it's great

for a formal look.

The saxony cut carpet has irregular cuts of pile,

and provides a great everyday look. Frieze is a

very nubby twisted pile, with a less formal look

although the wear it offers is very good.

When you buy carpet, you shouldn't ignore the

carpet pad. Along with going for the best quality

of carpet you can afford, you should also buy the

best quality of pad as well. The padding will cut

down on noise, and also help to act as a cushion

so it's very important - almost as important as

the carpet.

By taking your time and knowing what to look for,

you won't have any problems picking out your

next carpet. Quality and durability are the keys

to great carpet and pad, which is why you don't

want to rush this process.

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Selecting Carpet For Your Lifestyle

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Whenever you select carpet, you have to consider many

aesthetic as well as technical areas. With well over

a hundred thousands styles and colors being released

every year, selecting the right carpet to match your

needs can be a very challenging task indeed.

Carpet is available in several different textures,

constructions, colors, and designs - which will open

the doors to virtually any interior design that you

can imagine. The combination of texture and color

will complement the look of both formal and casual

environments, while helping to bring continuity to

the overall room designs.

The most important thing to consider when you shop

for carpet is the amount of traffic that will be

on the carpet that is going to be installed as well

as the area you hope to use it in. The construction

and the texture are both key aspects when you

select a carpet for a specified area and use.

Nylon, polyester, and olefin are the mosty widely

used fibers with carpet manufacturing, with each

one displaying qualities that make themselves great

with specific applications and uses. Even though

nylon is the most expensive type of fiber, it is

also the softest and most resilient, which makes

it great for any room in your home, including those

areas that have a high level of traffic.

Polyester fabric is less resilient than nylon,

although it more cost efficient and offers a

high level of resistance to stains, which makes it

a great choice for areas such as bedrooms or dining

rooms that are not subjet to a lot of traffic.

The fiber olefin is solution dyed, which results

in a highly resistant stain carpet that can be

cleaned easily using a water and beach solution -

without any loss to the color.

Unlike the other types of fibers, olefin is fade,

mildew, and mold resistant, which results in a

carpet that performs well indoors and outdoors.

Keep in mind however, that olefin isn't very

resilient and as a result, it should only be

considered with berber construction.

You can get carpets in either plush or berber

construction. The berber type of carpets are well

constructed with a continuous level loop, while

plush carpets are constructed of loops that have

been sheared, which results in the strands standing


Berber construction carpets don't crush or matt,

due to their high level loops. They are however

harder underfoot, uncomfortable to sit on or lay

down on, and they can easily become damaged by

pets with long nails. Berber carpets are well

suited for high traffic areas, which include walk

ways, living rooms, and entrance areas. They aren't

popular with bedrooms, as their hard texture makes

them a less than attractive option.

The plush type carpets are much softer to walk or

lay on and they offer better sound and thermal

insulation. They tend to crush and matt though

when they are subjected to high levels of foot


The use of nylon fiber paired with a tight low pile

construction will help to limit the amount of pile

and matt crushing, due to the high resilient nature

of the nylon fiber and the added support that is

gained from tight construction.

The warranties for carpet ranges from 5 - 30 years,

with the general rule being that you don't cover

the stairs. Most carpet warranties will require

the installation of new carpet padding as well at

the time of installation in order for the warranty

to become valid.

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Steam Carpet Cleaning

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The process of steam cleaning your carpet involves

hot water being fed to a spray extraction tool or

wand, coupled to a pump vacuum power unit. The

cleaning solution is injected under pressure deep

into the carpet through water jet nozzles.

The water will then penetrate the fiber all the way

down to the backing. This action will loosen any

embedded soil, remove oil and grease deposits, and

get your carpet cleaner than it has ever been.

There are many types and makes of steam carpet

cleaners available on the market, ranging from small

portables to the large and very powerful truck

mounted units. The principle is the same no matter

what model you pick.

The models that are truck mounted are designed so

that only the hose and the wand are taken into the

area being cleaned. These units are very powerful,

delivering hot water and generating a high vacuum

recovery that can be powered by diesel fuel, gas,

propane, or even by the motor of the truck.

Most carpet manufacturers, fiber producers, and

professional cleaners endorse this process for

achieving soil removal efficiency. With the present

state of art equipment and technology, we are more

than capable of high production and cleaning of


The real disadvantage to steam carpet cleaning are

the problems that are associated with over wetting

and longer drying times. These can be eliminated

however, by a skilled operator who uses equipment

that is well maintained and in good overall

operating condition.

Currently, there are two methods being used with

steam carpet cleaning.

1. This method involves a traffic

lane cleaner being sprayed onto the traffic lanes

and then agitated into the fibers. The entire

area is then cleaned by using a hot water extractor

that has a cleaning solution being injected into

the fibers through the wand.

2. The second method involves a free

rinse emulsifying pre-spray being sprayed onto the

entire carpet, then agitated into the fibers.

Steam cleaning procedures

1. Prepare the equipment and supplies. In

a pump or power sprayer you should mix the free

rinsing pre-spray. In the solution tank of the

extractor, mix the rinsing agent.

2. If you have a lot of furniture to move,

make yourself a floor plan.

3. If the area being cleaned has furniture,

you should remove as much as possible.

4. Thoroughly vacuum the carpet. If the

pile is crushed or matted, use a pile brush to

loosen the soils which will make vacuuming more


5. Pre-spray a good amount of the pre-spray.

6. Using a grooming tool, agitate the pre

spray deep into the fibers then let it sit for 10 -

15 minutes, making sure that it doesn't dry out.

7. Extract the area using a portable, truck

mounted, or automatic carpet cleaner.

8. Repeat steps 5 through 7 until the

entire area has been cleaned.

9. Groom the cleaned area, replace all

furniture that was removed, then clean all equipment

that you used.

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Antique Carpet

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Antique type carpets help to add a touch of grandeur

and glamour to your home or office, speaking greatly

about your rich and extravagant tastes. Antique

carpets are beautiful home furnishings and solid

art investments. They aren't just decorative items,

but pieces of tradition, ethniticity, and true class

that dates back thousands of years.

Antique carpets represent enormous range in motifs

and color harmonies and you'll simply lose yourself

seeing the diverse combinations of rich antique

colors and heavy intricate weaving.

The diverse range of antique carpet pieces that you'll

encounter while shopping for them are mostly Oriental

carpets and rugs that portray the mystery and legend

of the far off lands of the Orient.

Antique carpets and rugs are imported mostly from China,

Persia, India, Afghanistan, Caucasus, and Turkey.

Some of the famous weaving areas of such antique carpets

include Kashan, Agra, and many other locations.

Antique carpets have a more artistic integrity, as

they are exclusively hand woven. They are sold all

over the world, with clients more than willing to pay

whatever they have to in order to redefine their home and

decorate in style.

If you are looking to add luster and glamour to your

home or office and are ready to spend a fortune on the

exquisite pieces of art, then you shouldn't wait a single


The first thing to do, is contact one of the several

reliable, knowledgeable, and genuine art dealers

and galleries who deal in antique carpets and

have profound knowledge about the various aspects

of a good and genuine antique carpet. They can

guide you in selecting the best one per your

budget and tastes.

You've got a bit of work to do as well. You should

visit a lot of dealers and educate yourself

about dyes, wools, design quality, and the many

styles of weaving as well. Touch the carpet and

scrutinize them carefully. Beware of the machine

made synthetic carpets that some dealers will

tell you are antique carpets.

Below, are some tips to help you when buying

antique carpet.

1. You have to remain careful and thoughtful

while analyzing each piece of antique carpet.

2. You'll also need to try and understand

the age and origin of the carpet that will in

turn give you a much better insight about the

overall quality of the carpet.

3. You'll also need to look and see if

the edge and borders are there in the antique

carpet you intend to buy, as the end and edge

borders are sometimes lost or even cut out on

purpose. Keep in mind that the borders will

determine the overall value of your carpet.

4. Keep an eye out for holes and moth

attacks that are both common when dealing with

antique carpets. These problems must be attended

to before you buy the carpet.

5. You should always deal with dealers who

have the prices marked on the carpet. See to it

that your dealer sticks to that price.

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Removing Pet Stains

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There are many different products available on the

market that will help you to remove almost all types

of stains. The ideal solution in minimizing or totally

removing stains is by simply cleaning the spills

and dirt the moment they crop up. Cleaning them up

won't even require you to leave your home just to

rush out and buy the expensive types of cleaning


There are several ways to clean up stains simply by

using products already available in your home which

you use on a regular basis, such as detergents,

rubbing alcohol, vinegar, lemon juice, etc. Its

simply a matter of knowing how to use these common

household products and the procedures involved to

clean up stains. Below, you'll find some tips on

how to clean up pet stains and some other types of

common carpet stains.

Pet stain

For your first option you can use one teaspoon of

clear, household type ammonia to a half cup of

cold water. You can use this solution in a spray

bottle or apply it to the carpet directly. It is

very important not to wet the carpets backing when

you apply the solution. After you have applied

the solution, use paper towels to blot then allow

it to dry completely.

For a second option, you can use detergent solution

made of hand soap or dish soap. The combination

is one quarter of a teaspoon detergent to one quart

of water. You should always make sure the soap

doesn't contain bleach or lanolin.

The third and best option, is to use water, it

can re-hydrate the stain to help with removal. Most

types of pet stains can be cleaned up by using a

steam cleaner. Once you have finished, be sure

to dry the area as thoroughly as possible.

Ink stains

1. You can purchase isopropyl rubbing

alcohol at your local department or grocery store.

2. You can apply it by pouring some onto a

clean white towel or cloth. You can use paper

towels as well, as long as they are white.

3. Blot the stain as much as possible

until it is removed.

4. Make sure you be careful, because if the

stain is small, you need to blot in one direction

only so you don't spread the stain.

Beer and wine stains

1. Mix a solution with one part white

vinegar and one part water.

2. Apply the mixture to the stain using a

spray bottle to saturate.

3. You should allow the stain to sit around

ten to fifteen minutes.

4. Use a sponge and clean in a rubbing


5. Rinse the area with warm water.

6. Brush the carpet pile back into the

natural direction it has.

7. By using layers of white paper towels,

place paper towels on top of the area, then something

with weight on the paper towels. Allow everything

time to sit like this until the area has dried.

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Todays Carpet Trends

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Going beyond beige

Long ago, when the choices of carpet were limited

to basic beige, the designers tended to treat it

more often than not as a neutral background for

rooms. These days, with numerous patterns, textures,

and colors to choose from, the carpet is quickly

emerging as the focal point in many interior


Although you may think the need for neutral carpet

has faded away, it hasn't, as Berber is still an

excellent choice. Unlike the plain choices of the

early 1990s, the versions of today offer more

pattern and texture. Even the traditional types

of Berber carpet offer more visual interest with

more extreme differences in pile being cut thicker,

with deeper loop textures.

Color being sprinkled against a neutral background

will add interest and dimension while helping to

mask spots and spills. The flecks of color are

now appearing against tan, beige, and cream type

backgrounds as well as in other neutrals as well.

Colors and textures

The major shift in new products is going towards

layered color and softer texture in carpet. The

combination of pattern and texture will always

be a popular choice simply because it minimizes

soil and vacuum marks. The other advantage here

is that the color and texture offer a more

distinct styling and plenty of fashion appeal

as well.

The new products are rapidly changing the

perception of carpet as not only being a

background to showcase other furnishings to

the possibility that the carpet can become a

focus for design as well.


The new manufacturing capabilities have produced

several new looks with carpets that are constructed

with cut and loop yarns. Some examples include

bows, swirls, lattices, plaids, pin dots, and

several others.

By taking advantage of these choices, you can add

a great deal of interest to the room and in

sequence with the florals, stripes, and other

patterns on windows and furniture. The carpet

pattern and texture will also increase the

perception of quality and value in the carpet,

and will add a much broader element to the

surroundings as well.

These days, carpets can do more than just protect

your sub floor. They can add a new level of

comfort and warmth to your home, with literally

thousands of choices available. Carpet is

easier than ever to clean as well, making it

more than worth worthy of being in your home.

With several different trends and new and exciting

colors to choose from, the carpets of today

can make your house come alive. The carpets

will add new meaning to your rooms, making you

appreciate your home even more. If you have

older carpet in your home now, you shouldn't

wait another minute to upgrade. Once you take

a look at all of the choices you have, you'll

want to get that new carpet in now - as your

floor with want to thank you as well!

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