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Spotting Guide

The key to successful spot removal is getting to it as quick as possible. Keep this page book marked, or make a copy of it so you will be able to refer to it when you need it. Be sure to let your friends and family know about this spotting guide so they will be able to use it as well.




  • Catch it while it's fresh, when chances of removal are 75% better.
  • First scrape up all solids you can (a spoon can be used) blot up all the liquid using a white terry cloth or paper towel (on carpet place cloth on the floor and step on it for pressure).  On a large liquid spill you can use a wet/dry vac.  Keep blotting till you can not get any more liquid to transfer to your cloth. Be careful not to spread the stain.
  • WARNING many store bought cleaning products damage your carpet!  With every cleaning we leave a good safe bottle of spot cleaner, if you do not have one the can be purchased at Parkland Carpet One.  If you must purchase a store cleaner I would recommend Folex.
  • Apply spotter and work from the outside of the stain in, to avoid spreading. Blot, don't scrub!
  • Rinse chemical spotters out with water, blot the area dry.
  • On carpet and upholstery, put a thick pad of toweling over the spot, weight it down with books, and leave it there overnight to "wick up" any remaining moisture.