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          CARING FOR YOUR NEW CARPET

          Proper maintenance will extend the time you can enjoy your carpet and help to keep its fresh appearance. Vacuum regularly, remove spills promptly, and extraction clean periodically, before it shows soiling, or approximately every 12 to 18 months.
          Regular Vacuuming
          Use a strong, well-function vacuum cleaner with a powerful airflow, adjustable brushes, and an enclosed, high-efficiency filtration bag. It is best to purchase a vacuum cleaner that bears the CRI Indoors, Air Quality Testing Program label, assuring that the cleaner will remove soil well, contain the dust within the machine, and protect the carpets appearance.
          Long-term Care
          Extraction cleaning carpet every 12 to 18 months will help to retain its luster and beauty. Carpet should be cleaned with the cleaning method recommended by the manufacturer of your carpet. If you do not know the manufacturer, check with neighbors, relatives, local retailers, or the Better Business Bureau to find a reputable, professional cleaner in your area.



          INSTALLING YOUR NEW CARPET

          A quality installation can make all the difference in the performance of your new carpet.
          Before installation:
          Have a clear understanding and signed contract of the services the retailer and installer will provide. (For example, there may be an additional charge for moving furniture.) Discuss who will remove the old carpet and cushion and be responsible for its disposal. Placement of seams is important. Reach an agreement with the installer and retailer about where the seams should be before the carpet is installed. Usually, seams are best laid towards the natural light source and clear of major traffic path. If possible, purchase carpet in a width that is wide enough to minimize seams. Carpet is available in 12-and 13-foot widths.
          Dont expect the seams to be invisible.
          When the carpet is delivered:
          Check its texture, color, and style, and make sure it is free of visible defects before its installed. According to industry standards, carpet must be power-stretched to minimize wrinkling and rippling. Seam edges must be sealed with an appropriate adhesive to prevent delaminating and edge raveling. Buying your carpet from an authorized Seal of Approval retailer is one way to ensure a professional installation.
          Installation:
          Be sure that the installer will adhere to the CRI Carpet Installation Standard 2011. Among other industry requirements, this standard requires that, for proper installation, the carpet be power-stretched, and the seams sealed. If your installer or retailer planning the installation is not aware of this standard, find another installer.
          After installation:
          Vacuum your carpet to remove the loose fibers. You may notice a slight new smell, which should dissipate quickly. Ventilate the area for 48 to 72 hours. If you are allergy-prone or unusually sensitive to odors, avoid the installation area during this period.
          In the months after installation, you may notice these characteristics:
          SHEDDING-The shedding of loose fibers is normal and should subside in a short time with vacuuming.
          SPROUTING-If a single tuft extends beyond the carpets surface (usually along walls or at seams), simply clip it off. Do not pull.
          PILL REVERSAL OR SHADING- A color change that seems to occur in various parts of the carpet, caused by light being reflected in different ways as pile fibers are bent in various directions. This is not a defect, but a characteristic of plush carpet.
          WRINKLING- If ripples persist, call your retailer. It may be necessary to professionally re-stretch the carpet.

           



          REMOVING SPOTS AND SPILLS

          Act Quickly! Most carpet available today has been treated with stain-resist treatment, so many spills can be removed if immediate action is taken. The longer the delay, the higher the probability of a spill becoming a permanent stain. Remember, staining is influenced by many factors, and no carpet is completely stain proof.
          Blot liquids with a dry, white, absorbent cloth or white (no printing) paper towels.
          Do not scrub the area! Scrubbing can cause distortion in the affected area. Continue to use a dry cloth or paper towels until the area is completely dry. For semi-solids, gently scrape up with a rounded spoon. Solids should be broken up and vacuumed until completely removed.
          If the spot can be identified, locate the substance in the spot removal guide and follow the directions carefully. Pretest any spot removal agent in an inconspicuous area to make certain the solution will not damage the fibers or the dye. After applying several drops to the testing area, hold a wet cloth on the wet area for 10 seconds. Examine the carpet and cloth for color transfer, color change or damage to carpet. If a change occurs, other solution should be selected.
          Apply a small amount of the selected cleaning solution with a white cloth that is allowed to sit for about 10 minutes, and work in gently. Work from the edges of the spill to the center to prevent the spill from spreading. Do not scrub! Blot, absorbing as much as possible, and repeat if necessary.
          Continue using the first solution as long as there is a transfer from the spill to the cloth. It is no need to use all the solutions if the first one removes the spill. Be patient! Complete the removal may require repeating the same step several times.
          After the spill has been completely removed, rinse the affected area thoroughly with cold water, and blot with a dry cloth until all of the solution has been removed. Apply a one-half inch layer of white paper towels to the affected area, and weigh down with a flat, heavy object. Continue to change towels if necessary.
          Many fiber manufacturers provide toll-free cleaning assistance and advice (consult your warranty), or phone CRI for assistance. The spot removal guide below gives step-by-step procedures for removing many of the most common spills.


          SPOT REMOVAL GUIDE
          Find the spot source in the first column and read across that row for the correct spot removal method to try. Continue using the first method until there is no longer a transfer of stain to the cleaning cloth. Try the first method suggested, then the second, then the third, etc., until the spot is successfully removed.


          Spot

          Method

          Spot

          Method

          Acne Medication

          1,3,6,5,4,8

          Ink-ball point pen

          2,1,3,6,5,4,7,8

          Alcohol

          3,6,5,4,8

          Iodine

          1,3,6,5,4,7,8

          Bleach

          3,4,8

          Kool-Aid

          9,3,5,4,7,8

          Blood

          6,3,4(cold),7,8

          Lipstick

          2,1,3,6,5,4,7,8

          Butter

          1,3,6,5,4,8

          Medicine

          2,1,3,6,5,4,7,8

          Candle Wax Freeze with ice, chip away, then:

          2,1,8

          Milk

          1,3,6,5,4,8

          Catsup

          3,6,5,4,7,8

          Mud

          3,4,8

          Charcoal

          9,3,8

          Mustard

          3,5,4,7,8

          Chewing Gum Freeze with ice, chip away, then:

          1,8

          Nail Polish

          2,1,3,4,6,7,8

          Chocolate

          1,3,6,5,4,8

          Oil

          1,3,8

          Coffee/Tea with cream & sugar

          3,5,4,7,8

          Paint, latex

          3,6,4,7,8

          Cosmetics

          2,1,3,6,5,4,7,8,

          Plant Food

          3,6,4,7,8

          Crayon Freeze with ice, chip away, then:

          1,3,8

          Rust

          5,3,4,7,8

          Food

          3,6,4,8

          Shoe Polish

          2,1,3,6,4,7,8

          Fruit Juice

          3,6,5,4,7,8

          Soft Drinks

          3,6,5,4,7,8

          Furniture Polish(water base)

          3,4,1,6,7,8

          Tar

          1,7,8

          Furniture Polish(solvent base)

          2,1,3,6,5,4,7,8

          Toothpaste

          3,5,6,4,8

          Grass

          2,1,3,6,5,4,7,8

          Urine, wet

          3,6,5,4,8

          Grease

          1,3,4,8

          Urine, dry

          3,4,5,6,8

           

           

          Vomit

          3,6,5,4,7,8

           

          KEY TO CLEANING METHODS


          1. Dry cleaning fluid
          2. Nail polish remover( amyl acetate)
          3. Detergent solution C Mix 1 cup water and 1/4 tsp. mild liquid dishwashing detergent (no lanolin, non- bleach)
          4. Warm water
          5. Vinegar solution- One cup of white vinegar to two cups water
          6. Ammonia solution- One tbs. to one cup of water
          7. Spot removal kit C Available from retail carpet stores or professional cleaners
          8. Call a professional
          9. Vacuum clean

           

           










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