If your home contains kids or pets, then muddy soccer boots, dirty paws and other such disasters will be familiar territory. That can mean a little extra work to keep your carpets intact.
You may find yourself wondering how to remove mud from carpet? Here are quick and easy instructions on how to remove mud from carpet.
3 Tips to keep your carpets clean and free from mud
1. First, (and probably the most difficult part of removing mud) is to walk away. That’s right, just walk away. The trick to removing mud and dirty paw prints from your carpet is to let the mud dry, so it becomes dry soil. Dry soil can easily be vacuumed up without spreading the muddy soil around. Be sure to contain the mud area while it’s drying so others don’t walk through it and track it even deeper into your home!
2. After the mud has completely dried, vacuum the area slowly – take your time! By slowing down, you allow the vacuum to do its job more effectively.
3. Even after you finish with the vacuum, you may have a few dirty spots remaining. These can be spot treated with Blanch & Doyles Powerspot. A small bottle of Powerspot will cost you $12, a worthwhile investment for your home. Follow the directions on the bottle. To order call 9520 5311 or email Jen