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Remove Nail polish from Carpet - Carpet Cleaning Wildwood MO

June 29, 2020

Removing nail polish from carpet is a tricky task. However, no need to cry over spilled nail polish! The most important thing to remember in your moment of terror is that you must not rub at the spot without first pre-treating it. Avoid temptation, because scrubbing at wet nail polish with a cloth or paper towel will just distribute the polish across the surface and massage it further into the carpet fibers, forcing it to set in faster. Keep your cool and follow these tricks to remove nail polish from carpet.

Non-Acetone Nail Polish Remover

Attempt this first: Soak a cotton ball with non-acetone nail polish remover and use it to lightly dab at the nail polish spill while it’s still wet. Alternate dabbing the stain with the cotton ball and a clean cloth or paper towel to absorb the remover and the loosening stain. Never saturate the fibers completely with the nail polish remover; only apply enough to dampen the spot, repeatedly dabbing with fresh cotton balls and clean cloths until the stain has lifted. If the stain has already dried, use the nail polish remover as a pre-treating solution to wet the stain, and then supplement with hairspray or dry cleaning solvents to provide extra power.

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Never use acetone remover for cleaning nail polish off of carpet that contains acetate, triacetate or modacrylic. If you don’t know what your carpet is made from, don’t risk it. Acetone can be harmful and cause more damage, including deterioration.

Dry Cleaning Solvent

Spot treat dry nail polish stains on a carpet using dry cleaning cleanser. The compound cleaning agents that make up store-bought dry carpet cleaners come as a powder, so work a teaspoon of the cleaner into the stain with an old toothbrush. Let it set in for 10 minutes or so, and then rub in circles at the stain with the same toothbrush, but this time wet the brush with water to further spot-treat the spilled nail polish. The bristles will begin to remove the stain. Wipe the area down with a clean, dry cloth, and once the nail polish is removed, vacuum the rug to remove any remaining dry carpet cleaning granules.

Hairspray

Hairspray’s so good to us stain-makers, but as you’re scanning your hair care cabinet, make note that the most effective hairspray has a higher ratio of alcohol as an ingredient. Alcohol-free hairsprays aren’t going to cut through stains.

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If you do have a product that fits the bill, moisten the nail polish stain with a little bit of water and then spritz the hairspray directly onto the stained area. Blot with a clean cloth and repeat to wipe and lift the stain.

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Carpet Cleaning Companies' Checklist-Ca

June 8, 2020

Carpet cleaning companies are NOT created equal. While most carpet cleaning companies promise quality service for a low price, you may not always get it.

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Carpet Cleaners’ Experience and Reviews

Knowledge comes not only with education, but experience. Ask how long a company has been in business and check social media sites, search engines and places like Angie’s List for customer feedback. 

Also, ask your friends and neigh...


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Carpet Decor - Carpet Cleaning Wildwood MO

May 21, 2020

Carpet decor comeback is finally here! If you are ready to dig your toes into something cushy at home, we’ve got brilliant news. Carpeting is making a comeback, and thanks to the latest manufacturing technologies it is softer and more durable than ever.


While carpet decor in neutral tones is the enduring favorite, the newest styles are available in a broad range of spectacular colors and eye-popping patterns.


Worried about that new carpet smell? These days there are plenty of low-VOC or “ec...


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Carpet Cleaning Grease Stains - Carpet Cleaning Wildwood MO

May 12, 2020
Carpet Cleaning Grease Stains is inevitable during the summer. It’s that time of year when our husbands, boyfriends, dads and brothers are outside working on the cars. Whether you encounter cooking grease or machinery grease, these methods are a few things you can do when cleaning grease stains out of carpet. 

How to Remove Grease Stains from Carpet – METHOD # 1

  1. Blot up as much of the grease stain as possible; you’ll then want to apply a substance like cornmeal, since it acts as an absorb...

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Homemade Carpet Cleaning Solutions

May 5, 2020

Homemade carpet cleaning solutions are made with ingredients that are typically found in your home. If you are going to attempt cleaning the carpet on your own, why not make your own homemade carpet cleaning solution?


1. Carpet Cleaner and Conditioner


2 Tbsp liquid laundry detergent

1/4 cup liquid all-purpose cleaner

1 scoop of OxiClean

1 tsp fabric softener

1 gallon hot water

This homemade carpet cleaner and conditioner is the most similar to a commercial cleaner. Further, it will leave your carpet...


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Carpet Steam Cleaning: Sanitizing and Disinfecting your Home

April 23, 2020
Carpet Steam cleaning and home sanitizing is crucial right now. Huck’s Carpet Cleaning uses top-of-the-line cleaners and sprayers to deliver the most effective, safest protection. Our steam cleaning disinfectants can be used on upholstery, draperies and curtains and carpet. Using our hospital-grade disinfectant leaves surfaces thoroughly disinfected and sanitized. 

Furthermore, our steam cleaning, sanitizers and disinfectants are fragrance free and hypoallergenic. These products are safe to ...


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Carpet Cleaning - Red Stains

April 16, 2020
Huck's Carpet Cleaning Wildwood MO does not charge extra for every stain we get out of your carpet, as most other Wildwood carpet cleaning companies do. The only stain we will charge extra for is a red stain. Red wine, blood, etc. are the hardest stains to get out and require more time, work and cleaning agents to get the job done. Always be assured that what we quote you on the phone will be the final price - no upselling. Be sure to mention red stains while making your appointment so the te...
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Going Green with Organic Carpet Cleaning

April 10, 2020

Going Green with Organic Carpet Cleaning

Steam carpet cleaning requires significant amounts of water.  Why not consider using an organic carpet cleaning service (e.g. vapor carpet cleaning). Organic carpet cleaning equipment is generally designed to reach up to 325 F boiler temperature and 500 PSI (per square inch) of dry vapor strength. Measure the results against those found after using a steam cleaner.

It is important that you pre-treat carpets with spot removers before you use an organi...


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Carpet Cleaning Wildwood is Open!

April 6, 2020

Just a reminder that Huck's Carpet Cleaning Wildwood is open. During these times, it's important to keep your home safe from germs. That includes keeping your carpet clean. Call Huck's Carpet Cleaning today for an appointment.



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Coronavirus: How to Keep Your Home Safe

March 30, 2020
Coronavirus is officially a pandemic and a national emergency.  Washing your hands frequently is one of the best steps you can take in preventing coronavirus. However, the virus can still cling to surfaces you carry with you into your sanctuary; clothes, shoes, phone.  Here are five ways to keep your home sanitized from the coronavirus.

Use Disinfectant Wipes to Clean Surfaces

Think about the things you touch multiple times a day, such as doorknobs, sinks, cabinet handles, refrigerator doors, r...

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Lynn Huck
Wildwood Mo
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