V City Name General The right Cleaning of the Synthetic Carpets

The right Cleaning of the Synthetic Carpets



The synthetic carpets, such as carpets, vinyl, polypropylene or recycling plastic, generally have the advantage that the fibers do not absorb liquids or substances, so that dirt does not penetrate into the tissue. This makes it easier to remove stains. Using the Hoover SmartWash is important.

Coffee, wine and oil stains: absorb with kitchen paper and clean with warm water and mild soap.

Paint stains and marker: apply acetone or white spirit and rinse with warm water and detergent.

Nail polish stains: apply acetone

Chocolate stains: absorb with kitchen paper and apply mild soap; rinse with warm water and detergent. Note: it is better to eat the chocolate before, so, in addition to not staining the carpet, we have a good time.

Milk stains: apply lukewarm water, mild soap and a splash of vinegar.

Shoe polish, shoe cream and lipstick stains: apply water with shampoo, rinsing with warm water with a little detergent.

Cleaning vegetable and natural fiber rugs such as jute and the like

Natural and organic rugs are more delicate and complicated than synthetic ones. But it is still possible to remove stains with these tips. As a general rule, cleaning must be done basically with a vacuum cleaner . If it is necessary to apply liquids, finally try to remove the humidity as much as possible and aerate before placing on the floor.

If the stains are stubborn or difficult we have these other solutions:

Butter and wax stains: apply mild soap with a splash of vinegar and warm water.

Grease stains: apply absorbent paper, then alcohol (from a pharmacy, a 12-year-old whiskey is not worth it, and even if it were, it would be a shame). When the alcohol evaporates, apply warm water with mild soap and a splash of vinegar.

Paint stains: mild soap with warm water, let dry, scrape and vacuum.

Chocolate, honey and jam stains: clean with a splash of ammonia dissolved in a glass of warm water. What a shame of cake we would have made.

Egg, coffee and tea stains: apply mild soap, cold water and a splash of vinegar or ammonia to the carpet.

Red wine stains: Clean with water and 50% vinegar. It is advisable to give a slap to the person responsible for wasting good wine like this.

Lipstick stains: mild soap and warm water.

Nail polish and glue stains: apply acetone or rubbing alcohol.

Blood stains: apply neutral soap mixed with a splash of ammonia, another of vinegar and warm water.

Vomit and mud: allow to dry, carefully scrape and vacuum. Then apply warm water with a splash of ammonia.

Cleaning acrylic carpet

For coffee, wine and milk stains, absorb with kitchen paper and clean with warm water, detergent and a splash of vinegar.

  • Chocolate stains: absorb with kitchen paper and apply liquid soap, then foam dry and brush.
  • Oil stains: absorb with kitchen paper, apply dry foam, then liquid soap and finally rinse with a damp cloth.
  • Shoe polish, shoe cream and lipstick stains: apply liquid soap and press. To clarify, apply only warm water.
  • Nail polish stains: apply acetone, then foam dry and brush.
  • Paint stains and marker: apply acetone or white spirit and rinse with warm water, detergent and a splash of vinegar.