Check Out Our Video On Treating Carpet Stains with Soft Water (updated for 2019)
This video post is all about treating carpet stains with soft water. View the video above or check out the transcription below!
Hey guys, Mike Parker here again from All Elite Water. Today, I am going to show you how to remove carpet stains with regular tap water.
So what I do is I go to the sink and get some regular tap water. As you can see, we got something in here that looks like a regular red stain. With your processed water, all you got to do is pour a little bit of water on the stain and give the carpet around 60 seconds to absorb it.
Over the years, I’ve had people who followed me with black lights, they tried it with their water. But hard water smears a stain more than it absorbs it.
So there’s the red one, and here we got another stain (which I saw this morning) that looks a little bit like a gray one. We’ll get that one cleaned up too. Once the soft water sits there for about a minute, the water is going to absorb whatever the red stuff was – spilled juice, gummy bear or whatever. And all you have to do is push the stain right off of the fiber then take a towel – and just like a washing machine make sure that you take the stain up in the towel by stepping hard on it.
Cleaning with Soft Water Leaves No Soap Residues
Now when you are done and you don’t have any more red stains on your carpet, you’ll see that you didn’t have to buy any soap or leave soap residue behind. We’ll do the same thing over here in the little gray one that we had (but we are just going to put a little more water on it because the stain is very long). Do the same thing, just push it off the fiber. You can see the dirt right there getting picked up. Take your towel, step on it and get rid of that stain.
So that’s how you get the carpet stains out just with a simple processed quality tap water. As you can see, I am not using soap or leaving any soap residue on the carpet.
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