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Our Carpet Cleaning Services in the Dallas marketplace we use a carpet extractor for cleaning the carpets on a regular scheduled basis. However, it is not good for commercial glued-down carpet to get excess water so be careful with how often you do it. Over time, water or steam can weaken the glue’s or adhesive’s bond and the carpet can become loose. Commercial glue down carpet can’t be re-stretched like residential carpet that lays on a pad. This is why if you have commercial glued-down carpet, it might be a good idea to implement dry bonnet cleanings in-between water or steam extractions.

Bonnet cleaning encompasses a special pad we put on our floor machines and a special encapsulating powder we spread onto the carpet before running the machine. The encapsulating powder is designed for binding to dirt and other debris. However, it is not great for removing stains caused by liquids. To remove stains, we often pre-spray the spots with chemicals designed for the type of liquid spilled. When carpets are very dirty, we often use a top scrubbing brush on one of our machines or a counter rotating brush machine before we use our steam extraction cleaners. Many of our satisfied clients in the Dallas, TX and surrounding market places have found that our process is truly a step above any other service they have used in the past.

 

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 BLOT

The first step in learning how to get oil out of carpet is to blot up as much of the oil as possible. Use an absorbent material such a towel, rag, or brown paper bag (we don’t recommend newspaper for this because the ink could transfer onto the carpet fibers and create an even bigger stain). You can remove the bulk of the stain this way.

COAT WITH POWDER

 After that, coat the stain with an absorbent powder like baking soda or corn starch. Let it sit for 2-24 hours. When you feel you’ve waited long enough, thoroughly vacuum up the powder and check to see if the stain has disappeared. If it has, great! If not, move on to the next step.

WASH WITH DISH SOAP

 If the stain remains and you still need to know how to get oil out of carpet, try a grease-fighting dish soap. Create a solution with a small amount of dish-washing detergent and water and apply it to the stain. Blot using a cloth and allow the product to sit for 1-2 minutes. Then, rinse with water and blot up the excess liquid (you may need to repeat this step a few times to remove all of the suds). That’s it!

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Because time is of the essence when you’re learning how to get ink out of carpet, we don’t want to recommend only one product for stain removal. Instead, we’re going to give you a variety of options, so that you can choose the product that you most prefer and (hopefully) already have on hand:

RUBBING ALCOHOL: 

Wet a clean cloth with rubbing alcohol and use it to blot the stain, starting at the edges and working your way inwards to prevent the stain from spreading. Continue re-wetting and blotting until the spot fades away. This will probably take 30 minutes or more.

WD-40 

(or another spray lubricant): Spray the lubricant onto the stain and allow it to sit for 15-20 minutes. Then, blot the stain with a sponge and soapy water to remove both the ink and the lubricant.

DETERGENT: 

Mix about 1 cup of water with a teaspoon of dishwashing detergent, creating a soapy solution. Spray this solution onto the stain or dip a cloth into the solution and dab onto the stain. Continue blotting until the stain is removed. If the stain is small, this method should work well.

HAIRSPRAY: 

We can’t vouch for the success of this claim, but many people believe that hairspray can help remove ink stains. It works in a similar way to alcohol, which is why we simply recommend using rubbing alcohol. But if you want to try it, spray hairspray onto the stain and allow the hairspray to sink in for 3-5 minutes. Then, apply a soapy water solution and blot up.

With all of these products, we recommend that you do a test patch on an unimportant and unseen area of the carpet beforehand. Some products (especially spray lubricants) can permanently stain your carpet. Also, always remember to blot (not rub) and don’t pour a liquid product directly onto the stain (this could cause the stain to spread).

After you’ve removed the stain, rinse the area with warm water to remove any residue. Blot the area with a dry cloth to remove excess water and then leave the area alone, allowing the carpet to dry. After it dries, you may need to fluff the carpet fibers up with your fingers.