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Printer Ink Stains On Carpet

July 5, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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How do you get the ink stains?

I have an accidental fall from my printer ink on the carpet Thanks

Remember to first attempt this method on a hidden piece of your carpet, if this method has a harmful effect on your carpet. 1. Apply paper towel to lift the excess ink, or scrape with a spoon, round 2. The first step, we will try to be the least abrasive solution to your carpet. Apply a small amount of milk on the stained area. 3. Use a toothbrush, or any small brush to scrub gently inkblot. 4. Apply a very wet paper towel to remove the milk from the stained area. Soak up the liquid with a clean towel. 5. If the carpet is more beautiful, repeat previous steps. Otherwise, go to the next step. 6. Create the following solution in a small bowl. A half-cup of warm water a tablespoon tablespoons of isopropyl alcohol 7. Mix the solution thoroughly. 8. Saturate a clean white with our new solution created. 9. Apply a cloth on stain. Use a blotting motion to remove as much ink as possible. 10. Do not soak it in alcohol to the mat, which can be harmful to your Support carpet. 11. Apply a very wet paper towel to remove the rubbing alcohol, repeat until all the rubbing alcohol left. 12. Be patient, if the stain is getting better repeat the previous steps. If the cleaning solution had no effect on the spot, go the next step. 13. Apply very slight degree small antenna with a detergent wash the stain. 14. Rub dishwashing detergent solution deep into the carpet. 15. Use a toothbrush, or any small brush to rub the ink stain. 16. Apply a very wet paper towel to remove the dish detergent solution. Then, soak up the liquid with a clean towel. 17. Repeat this step until the entire dish washing detergent solution is gone. 18. Apply a pile of paper towels on the stain to dry up the water and weigh down with something heavy. 19. If the stain is still not clean, go to the next step. 20. Apply a solution of hydrogen peroxide three cent over the stained area. The hydrogen peroxide should be soaked for at least half past one. 21. Apply a damp paper towel to remove any peroxide hydrogen, repeat this step until all the hydrogen peroxide is gone 22. Repeat the previous step until the stain is removed If the stain is still very sensitive, I recommend that you contact a professional Carpet Cleaning, most time they have tools that can remove near contamination. Or, remove ink stains: acetate, burlap, carpet or synthetic Rugs / wool, fiberglass, rayon, silk, triacetate, wool sponge (the method of using light strokes with a cotton swab soaked Working outwards from the center of the stain) the stain with water. Try a light spray of hair spray to loosen the stain, then apply a wet spotter and a few drops of white vinegar. Let stand for 30 minutes, wiping out every 5 minutes with an absorbent pad. Add wet spotter and vinegar as needed to conserve moisture stain. Flush (the method of applying stain remover to loosen staining materials and residue from stain removers) with water. If stain persists, apply rubbing alcohol on the stain and cover with an absorbent pad moistened with alcohol. Let rest as long as the stain is removed. Changing the keyboard as he picks up the stain. Rinse with alcohol. (Do not use alcohol on acetate, rayon, or triacetate.) If traces stain remain, sponge the area with water and apply a wet spotter and a few drops of ammonia. Let stand for 30 minutes, wiping out every 5 minutes. Add enough wet spotter and ammonia (do not use ammonia on silk or wool) for preserve moisture stain. Rinse with water and let dry.