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Stain Removal Tips For Kids Stuff

Posted on October 1, 2016 at 1:55 PM
To remove: Chalk, Felt Tip Marker, Pencil, White Glue (Wet)

Step 1:
Remove as much of the play dough as possible using a spoon. Anything with a sharp edge (like a knife) may damage the carpet. Then vacuum remaining debris.

Step 2:
Apply 1 tsp of rubbing alcohol to a clean cloth. Gently pat the stain from the edges and work your way to the center. Once at the center of the stain, gently tug upwards as if pinching the stain away. Continue until the stain is removed or improved.

Step 3:
Let the area dry completely.

Step 4:
If the stain is still visible, you will need to use a proper carpet cleaning solution. For best results, use the Activating Pretreated Carpet Stain & Odor Remover with Shark.

To remove: Crayon, Dried Paint

Step 1:
Apply 1 tsp of rubbing alcohol to a clean cloth. Gently pat the stain from the edges and work your way to the center. Once at the center of the stain, gently tug upwards as if pinching the stain away. Continue until the stain is removed or improved.

Step 2:
If the stain does not improve, pour some carbonated water onto a clean cloth. Gently pat the stain from the edges and work your way to the center. Once at the center of the stain, gently tug upwards as if pinching the stain away. Continue until the stain is removed or improved.

Step 3:
Let the area dry completely.

Step 4:
If the stain is still visible, you will need to use a proper carpet cleaning solution. For best results, use the Activating Pretreated Carpet Stain & Odor Remover with Shark.

To remove: Play Dough

Step 1:
Remove as much of the play dough as possible using a spoon. Anything with a sharp edge (like a knife) may damage the carpet. Then vacuum remaining debris.

Step 2:
Apply 1 tsp of rubbing alcohol to a clean cloth. Gently pat the stain from the edges and work your way to the center. Once at the center of the stain, gently tug upwards as if pinching the stain away. Continue until the stain is removed or improved.

Step 3:
Let the area dry completely.

Step 4:
If the stain is still visible, you will need to use a proper carpet cleaning solution.

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