Tackling Spills with Baking Soda, a How-To Guide from JP Carpet Cleaningby DAVIS BROWN PRC Agency
Carpet cleaning and floor care service business, JP Carpet Cleaning Expert Floor Care, has published a new how-to guide dedicated to helping everyone understand how baking soda, a common household product, can be used to prevent greasy, non-greasy, and pet-related stains from settling into the fibers of carpet or area rug until they are able to scheduled professional carpet cleaning. When stains are made, there is an immediate spike in panic and anxiety. This can lead to hasty decisions when dealing with just-made stains. This guide helps people keep a level-head when spills happen, protecting their carpet and area rugs.
Interested parties are invited to review the how-to guide in full on their website: https://www.jpcarpetandfloorcare.com/clean-area-rugs-with-baking-soda.html
This most recent how-to guide from JP Carpet Cleaning Expert Floor Care contains precise and detailed steps and instructions, designed to be used by people who care about their home and others who need it, helping them explain to our audience how baking soda, a common household product, can be used to prevent greasy, non-greasy, and pet-related stains from settling into the fibers of carpet or area rug until they are able to scheduled professional carpet cleaning, as quickly, easily and with as little stress as possible.
JP Carpet Cleaning Expert Floor Care states that this accessible, easy to follow guide provides all of the information necessary to fully understand the topic, to get the results they want.
The Full How-To Guide Covers:
Greasy stains - Greasy stains are stains created with oil or butter. Vaseline and other lotions can be classified as greasy stains. It's important to deal with this type of stain carefully, with small movements, as too much blotting will cause the stain to spread. This type of stain may require more intense cleaning to break up the oil which a professional carpet cleaning or area rug cleaning service can provide.
Non-greasy stains - Non-greasy stains are everything else, like coffee, tea, or juice. For these types of spills, speed is key, especially if the spill is hot. Quick action will keep the stain from setting as the fibers of the carpet or area rug cool. It may be necessary to keep this stain (and the baking soda layer) moist until a professional carpet cleaner arrives to remove the stain fully. Keeping the fibers wet will keep them from closing, and allow the carpet cleaning service to remove more of the spill than would have been possible.
Pet-odor removal - Whether pets have accidents in the house or not, the smell may still seem to permeate the home. Just as we are suggested to put baking soda in litter boxes to combat the smell, sprinkling baking soda over the carpet and furniture to settle overnight can help. This will absorb some of the smell and can be easily vacuumed in the morning.
When asked for more information about the guide, the reasons behind creating a guide on cleaning spills with baking soda, and what they hope to accomplish with it, Peter, the Owner of JP Carpet Cleaning Expert Floor Care said: "In moments of panic, it's hard to remember what the next steps to take are. We at JP Carpet Cleaning Expert Floor Care have prepared several guides to help people in times of panic. In this case, baking soda, and how it is an easy at-home remedy for accidental spills. It's always important to have your carpets, furniture, and area rugs professionally steam cleaned, but following these steps when something is spilled will go a long way to maintaining the cleanliness of your home."
Everyone and anybody interested in cleaning spills with baking soda is invited to review the how-to guide online: https://www.jpcarpetandfloorcare.com/clean-area-rugs-with-baking-soda.html
More information about JP Carpet Cleaning Expert Floor Care itself can be found at https://www.jpcarpetandfloorcare.com/
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