This video shows how to make homemade carpet spot cleaner in Boulder, CO. While there is no one spot cleaner that will take out everything (that would be a miracle spot cleaner and I would buy pallets of it!), this one will do a great job, even on wine stains. It has the same main ingredient as Oxyclean. Be careful about the quantity you put onto the carpet, however. Since it is not diluted with water, you will need to use a lot of water to rinse it out. If you don't, all that soap will attract soil later on and you will have a developing dirt spot where soil sticks to the soap residue. You'll say to yourself, "Self, I don't remember spilling anything there." And then you will blame your kids or , gasp, maybe even your husband. They'll deny it and then the entire family will suffer from trust issues. Well, maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration, but you get the point. Soap will leave a soil attracting residue if not rinsed out with water.
Let this spot cleaner sit on the carpet for 30 minutes if the stain does not immediately disappear. We carpet cleaners call this "Dwell Time." Then, have a few white rags handy and a spray bottle with clean, hot water. We use white rags so that no dye transfers from a colored rag onto your carpet (now THAT is a nightmare you do NOT want to deal with!) and hot water simply cleans better than cold water. Once the stain is gone, spray the area with water and blot with dry, white rags until no suds appear on the carpet. Lack of suds means the soap is gone!
For any questions about how to make homemade spot cleaner in Boulder, CO, call us today at Cleancare of Boulder: Ph. 303-530-0646.