Most people know what a nightmare it can be to clean up food spills, especially the ones that leave a stain. This is why all kitchens have a hard floor as opposed to carpet, because if you drip a bit of sauce on a tiled or wooden floor it’s simply a matter of grabbing a single piece of kitchen roll and wiping it away, maybe give it a little spray if the sauce leaves a sticky residue.
Unfortunately, the same can’t be done on a carpeted floor. You can pick up the excess sauce, but you’re more than likely going to be left with a nasty stain.
You might think that the answer to this problem is to lose the carpets entirely and fit hard floors in every room. This is true, and a lot of homeowners have thrown their old carpets out, much to the dismay of the carpet manufacturing industry.
However, there are still a lot of people that enjoy the warmth and cosiness that only a carpet can bring to a home, especially in the living room.
A lot of couples and families enjoy having the occasional meal in front of the television in the living room or even in the bedroom if there’s a conflict on what people want to watch. When you’re resting a plate on your lap, there’s a greater chance of dropping food on the carpet.
There are many carpet cleaning tips that you can find for tackling any type of stain using natural ingredients found in the home, particularly diluted white vinegar and baking soda, which is a definite favourite. It beats dishing out money on the thousands of commercial cleaning products out there that promise miracles and often fail to deliver.
Of course, you could always call a carpet cleaning company London to take care of those food stains. With just a single phone call they will provide a fully trained and experienced carpet cleaners London that uses state of the art equipment and non-toxic cleaning products that will completely transform your carpet.
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