Removing Glue From Carpets

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Maintenance Tips

If you have young kids in your home, then you most likely have craft related spills on your carpets and rugs.  By craft related, we mean crayons, glue and glitter that always find a way on to a clean carpet.

So if you do find a dried blob of glue on your carpet, try treating it with a vinegar and water solution sponged in and blotted. However, if the spot is stubborn – warm up the vinegar on the stovetop or in your microwave and blot the stain with undiluted vinegar. Let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes, then scrape it away. Clean up any residue using the vinegar and water solution.

For more Green Carpet Cleaning Tips visit TLC Home.

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