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Removing smoke stains from carpet

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Category: Carpet Cleaners Discussion
Forum Name: Carpet Cleaners Hangout
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Printed Date: 20/October/2021 at 9:37am
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Topic: Removing smoke stains from carpet
Posted By: rensgos12
Subject: Removing smoke stains from carpet
Date Posted: 28/May/2020 at 2:48am

My house caught fire and some of the carpet were burnt. And some of it didn't and there are smoke stains on it. My wife tried to wash it but it didn't go. Can someone share some helpful tips to remove it?

Posted By: NadaStein
Date Posted: 17/June/2020 at 2:02am
there is no way to do it  = (( may be you can paint the stains ? 

Posted By: John Bolton
Date Posted: 11/December/2020 at 5:53pm
"Smoke Stains" is a vague description of the problem but smoke damage will typically  consist of soot particles and various tars.

generally these will be treated with cationic surfactants but there are many variations that may need to be considered, which is why fire damage restoration is a specialist field.

Attempts to treat by the untrained utilising inappropriate chemistry may well have set the stains or at least rendered removal more difficult.

Posted By: ChristopherShanon
Date Posted: 01/May/2021 at 3:12am
You Can Follow the below steps

1. Mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent with two cups of cool water.
2. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the
3. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.
4. Pre-treat with a prewash stain remover.
5. Launder, using the warmest water and the type of bleach that are safe for the Carpet.
6. If the stain remains, sponge with rubbing alcohol and launder again.


Posted By: ChristopherShanon
Date Posted: 02/October/2021 at 5:04am
Every problem has solutions but many of those remain out of invention. However, you can Mix 1/2 cup powdered all-purpose cleaner with 1 gallon water and use a sponge dipped in the solution to scrub the stain away.
Allow to dry after rinsing thoroughly to remove all chemicals.

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