Green Carpet Cleaning: What Are Your Options?

earth-158480_640In recent years, a lot of people have shifted to green carpet cleaning ways to protect their environment and family. One of the cleaning solutions that emerged from the green cleaning ways is green carpet cleaning.

Green carpet cleaning is a rising trend because chemical based cleaning solutions contain toxic ingredients that can cause allergic reactions, fatigue, bleeding skin, nausea and even liver and kidney damage or cancer with long periods of extended exposure. These toxic chemicals can also cause difficulties in breathing for children who frequently play on the carpet.

There are several professional and natural ways to clean your carpet without damaging the environment. The first option is to contact a cleaning company. More and more cleaning companies are starting to offer green carpet cleaning solutions, so you don’t have to fret about cleaning your carpet. For households using their own carpet cleaners, users can pick organic or cleaners with natural ingredients to use with their home cleaner machines.

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Natural cleaning solutions can be inexpensive. A lot of these cleaning solution ingredients can be found in your kitchen. Here is a list of alternative cleaning solution ingredients. Before using these methods, do a small spot test on a hidden area of the carpet.

Vinegar

Vinegar is a very powerful cleaning agent because it has the ability to remove any stain or odor from appliances, furniture, and etc. It is also useful for cleaning pet vomits, vowels, and diarrhea.

Pour the vinegar inside a spray bottle and spray it on your carpet. Gently rub it with a paper towel and rinse it with warm water. For better results, repeat the same process over and over again. You can learn more about how it is used for carpet stains in this article.

Baking Soda

Baking soda is also useful for removing debris and foul odors. If the white vinegar was not able to remove the bad odor from your carpet, sprinkle a small amount of baking soda over the area and let it sit for 24 hours to absorb the odor and stains. This method could work for coffee or tea stains. Once it is dry, vacuum the area to remove the baking soda from the carpet. This will automatically remove the stain and odor from the carpet.

Warm Water and Rag

If you’re dealing with juice spills, you can use a bucket of warm water to remove the stains from the carpet. The first thing that you have to do is to dry the area using a paper towel or old cloth. After drying the area, get a white cloth and dip it inside a bucket of warm water. Use the damp cloth to soak the area. This process will probably consume a lot of time because you have to repeat all the steps for three times.

Club Soda

Club soda is also an alternative cleaning agent as you can use it to remove bad odors and pet wastes from your carpet.

Cornmeal

Cornmeal, on the other hand, is an effective cleaning agent for sticky and greasy spills. Sprinkle a small amount of corn meal over the carpet and let the cornmeal sits on the affected area for 10 to 15 minutes. After that, find a sponge and dip it in a mixture of warm water and white vinegar.

You can also combine all the natural cleaning solutions that were mentioned above if you want better results. A combination of ¼ cup of salt, ¼ cup of white vinegar, and ¼ cup of borax is an example cleaning solution. If you want to steam clean your carpet, combine ¼ cup of ammonia, 1 gallon hot water, 3 table spoons of dishwashing soap, and ¼ cup of white vinegar.

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