We have discussed many step-by-step removal processes for common stains like wine and coffee spills. Now, we must talk about the grossest of all: carpet poop stains. It’s possible to remove excrement from your carpet if you act fast.
Why Poop Stains Are a Problem
Poop stains are not unusual if your household includes toddlers and non-potty-trained dogs. Even if you don’t have kids or pets, it’s possible to step on dog poo outside and bring it indoors.
Apart from being gross, feces are also a major sanitation issue. When still fresh and moist, feces is teeming with bacteria that can lead to illness and disease.
Carpet Poop Stain Removal Process For Your Puyallup Home
- Remove as much of the poop as you can. Pick up the solid material with a baby wipe using a pinching motion.
- Spray the stain with a mixture of water, non-bleach detergent, and white vinegar. Just spray three to four times; don’t over-wet the area.
- Let the solution remain until the stain dissipates. If the stain is still there after 24 hours, spray some hydrogen peroxide and ammonia. For wool carpets, leave out the ammonia. Another option is to sprinkle some baking soda and let it sit for about 20 minutes.
- Blot the spot using a clean and lightly-wet sponge
Let Us Handle Stubborn Stains
We remove the toughest of stains from carpets and tiles. Contact Rick’s Family Carpet Care for carpet poop stain remediation. We remove the stain and all remnants of bacteria and odors. Don’t let baby or dog poo ruin the cleanliness and aesthetics of your precious carpet floor.
Carpet Poop Stain Removal in Puyallup
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