How To Remove Soot From A Carpet

How To Remove Soot From A Carpet2016-10-18T18:25:23+00:00

If you need to remove soot from a carpet, you should be aware that it is one of the most difficult substances to remove thoroughly.  If you have dislodged soot from your chimney or grate, and it is on your carpet, your best bet for a complete stain removal is to call the carpet cleaning professionals: 0121 440 3379 or 0797 383 5409

Soot is one of the most difficult substances to remove properly from a carpet and it is very easy to cause permanent damage to the carpet.

Attempt To Remove Soot Stains From Carpet, Rug Or Upholstery

Any loose soot should be vacuumed out of the upholstery or carpet without rubbing in case of spreading the stain. Soot is insidious, very densely pigmented and hardy. If you spread the soot you could be looking at permanent damage.

After vacuuming, a towel dipped in degreaser and warm water should be used using a lifting motion as you clean to avoid smearing as much as possible. Soot is really best cleaned by professionals. Carpets often benefit from the addition of a powder cleaner sprinkled liberally over the stain.

If You Want The Best Results Call Cleaning Direct

If your efforts to clean your carpet fail or you don’t want to take the job on yourself, please call us for expert professional carpet cleaning in Birmingham and the surrounding area, on 0121 440 3379, or click here to contact us for more information on carpet cleaning in Birmingham.