How to Get Crayon Marks Off Your Carpets & Rugs in Rancho Cucamonga CA; Call our Cleaners for Professional Cleaning & Stain Removal!

When you have children in a home especially ones that are around the toddler ages you know that their curiosity can lead them to destruction. If they come across scissors they may cut their hair, or if they see a roll of toilet paper they may start to unravel the entire thing. They also are prone to be sweet and leave behind cute drawings that are fun to hang on the fridge. The bad part is that kids also tend to leave the confines of the paper and head over to the walls and even the carpets. If you ever find yourself looking down at a beautiful piece of art that happens to be on your carpet or rugs you may panic hoping you can remove it without leaving any damage to your carpets.

Leading Carpet Cleaning has the best ways to remove marker and crayon from your carpet and rugs

How to Remove Crayon from Carpets

Having crayon on carpet may seem like a stain that is never going to get out but there is hope. You can use a few different methods to try and remove the stain yourself. The first method is get a small amount of pre tested carpet cleaner solution on the stain and use a nice clean cloth to blot away at the stain. You can follow up with water and another series of dabbing. If this fails to remove the stain you can try a heated method. Take a clean and dry wash cloth and lay it over the area that the crayon is on. Heat up your iron to the hottest setting without steam and gently apply pressure to the area. The crayon is made from wax and so the heat should help to loosen it and lift it off the area. If you have tried these methods and still have a carpet stain call Leading Carpet Cleaning to have them use their expertise to remove it for you.

How to Remove Permanent Marker from Carpets

Marker may seem even harder to remove from carpets and rugs because they can soak further into the fibers of the carpet or rug. The marker art work can be removed by using a few different methods. The first method is to use a can of hairspray but it must be oil free. Use the spray to saturate the area that the marker is on. Follow up by dabbing the area with a clean wash cloth until the stain comes up. You can also use a mixture of vinegar and water to soak the area and dab away as the liquid helps to pull the marker off the carpet and transfers it to the cloth.

If you have marker, crayon or any other stain on your carpet call Leading Carpet Cleaning in Orange, Santa Ana, Rancho Cucamonga, Anaheim, Whittier, Riverside, Chino & Fullerton California today for the best carpet cleaning and stain removal services!

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