Keeping your home clean during the holidays can be a challenge. If you have kids, or loads of relatives descending on you this Christmas, the chances are that there will be spillages, breakages or accidents at some point!
Over the next couple of weeks your rugs and carpets might take a bit of a battering. So, keep reading for all the carpet care tips and advice you need this Christmas.
No roast dinner is complete without a jug of gravy. So, if your Bisto boils over or your Oxo overflows, then here’s what to do to get rid of a gravy stain on your carpet:
Whether you prefer a glass of Merlot or you like to get into the seasonal mood with a spiced milled wine, it only takes a nudge for a glass of red to end up on your carpet. So, if you need to know how to get red wine out of carpet:
Legend has it that cranberries were eaten at the first ever American Thanksgiving, and they are now a staple of a British Christmas dinner. If you need to get cranberry sauce out of your carpet:
If you like a glass of bubbly at Christmas, you’re not alone. While it might not stain as much as red or mulled wine, you should still tackle any spill straight away. Here’s how to get prosecco, champagne or white wine out of carpet:
A poll in 2017 found that eating chocolate for breakfast was Britain’s favourite thing about Christmas.
There are always loads of selection boxes and tins of choccies in the house at this time of year, and it’s easy for sticky fingers to end up staining your floors. Here’s how to get chocolate out of carpet:
Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen (and Rudolph of course). These nine reindeer help Santa deliver all his presents on Christmas Eve, but they can occasionally leave a little present of their own. If you need to get a reindeer dropping (or other pet stain) out of your carpet, here’s how:
Don’t forget that whatever the spill or stain, you should always test an inconspicuous area of carpet before use – and always wear rubber gloves.
All of us at 1001 hope you have a relaxing, enjoyable and clean Christmas!