If you want to leave your carpet dry after cleaning, then try dry cleaning it instead of regular wash or steam cleaning. Professional dry cleaning services most often use a dry cleaning compound over the carpet to clean and remove the stains. Another method is to use a liquid wrap, which is comparatively less expensive but gives a little more moisture. If you’re looking for a natural method to clean your carpet, then vinegar and baking soda are safe alternatives. By using suitable products, you don’t need to hire a professional cleaner for your carpet!
How To Use a Dry Cleaning Compound?
First, add a stain pretreatment spray or mixture to the stains on the carpet.
Spritz any dry cleaning compound powder over the full carpet.
Use a soft-fumed scrub clothing or toothbrush to rub the powder into the carpet.
Let's keep the carpet for 30 minutes to sit the powder.
At last vacuum, the carpet when cleaning it. Remove the powder as much as possible.
How To Apply an Encapsulant?
First, vacuum the entire carpet to remove dirt from the carpet.
Irrigate the product with hot water in a pump sprayer.
Spray the product on the carpeting to lightly moisten.
Then wait at least 15 minutes for the cleaning product to soak into the carpet.
Rub the part with the cleaner into the carpet with a soft-bristled broom or brush.
At last, vacuum the carpet to remove the remaining dirt and soapy mixture
How to remove spots by using Vinegar and Baking Soda:
Spray baking soda onto the carpet to cover the stains to remove them.
Mix 1 teaspoon of white vinegar with the baking soda.
Then rub the paste into the carpeting with your hand fingers.
Let rest the paste of the baking soda and air dry overnight on the carpeting.
At last vacuum up the dried paste to clean the carpet.