Some rugs can be permanently damaged by spotters. Pr-test each product

Tips for Spot removal

Remove it now

Remove it now. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to remove. If you cannot remove the stain, call a professional right away. 

Do not us

Do not use Resolve, or any other high residue products on your area rugs. Use a neutral ph spotting agent that is made for wool. Contact us for purchase information. 

Use little moisture

When removing spots from silk, sisal, cotton, and grass rugs, use as little moisture as possible. For these apply spotter to a cloth and gently dab the stain. 

Pre-test Instructions

Pre-test any spotting agent by applying the spot treatment to the area. Gently agitate the tested area with a white cloth. Allow time to dry, if bleeding or shrinkage occurs do not continue.

General Spills and Spots

Use a neutral ph or mild detergent suitable for wool. Spray a small amount or apply the spotter to a cloth and gently dab the stain. 

Oil or Grease Based Spots

Apply rubbing alcohol to a cloth and gently blot. Also try spraying hairspray directly on the spot and brushing lightly with a cloth saturated in water and vinegar solution.