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Why Do Stains Reappear on Carpet
After taking time to clean your carpet, you do not expect to see any stains after it dries. But to your shock, stains show up as soon as the carpet dries. But why do stains reappear on carpet?
Why Do Stains Reappear on Carpet? - What's the Cause?
Why do stains reappear on carpet? This article will go over the reasons why this happens and how to prevent this from happening.
Did you recently get rid of pesky Kool Aid stains from your carpet? Stains from residue come from the depth of the carpet’s fabric. The problem is the detergents left after rinsing your carpet. This happens most with traditional carpet cleaning methods and the process. They are not able to get rid of soap and shampoo entirely, and these two remain lodged in the fabric.
Residue stains may not appear as soon as the carpet dries. Some take up to weeks to show up -- especially if you don’t know how to dry carpet after a carpet cleaning. The detergent residue attracts dirt and dust, especially in the high traffic areas. When the dirt is saturated, it finds its way out of the fabric to the surface of the carpet. You can try vacuuming, ... more
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