Getting Rid Of The Burned Marks On Rugs

Rugs are often considered a treasure by some people simply because it can truly bring out the best in their houses both indoors and outdoors. However, there will come a time that an accident would occur that could probably ruin your one great treasure yet you don’t need to cry out loud because there is always be a solution to a problem. If there is no solution then consider it to be not a problem. After all problems are made because a solution can come with regards to time and place for as long as you will never give up on it.

There are actually a lot of ways that your rugs could be ruin such as food stain, your adorable pet’s urine, your child’s pee and the worst is burned marks. You might actually find the burned marks very drastic. It may seem that there is nothing you could do about it but simply get rid of the rug and think that you never came across with such wonderful rug but that is totally wrong because you could still cope with such disaster.

One way that your rugs could attain burned marks is through a cigarette burn or a candle burn. If this is the case then you can surely make a solution to this that no one would even notice that an accident has occurred. However, if your rug was totally burned then there is no way that you can get away with it but you can still bring it to a recycling factory if there will be one part that could still be saved. By doing so; you can actually be an advocate for saving mother earth because you will not be contributing to the millions and billions of dumped trash.

Even if you could not truly bring back the brand new look of your rug but at least there will be something that you can do about it and you have make it to a point that it would look better. It could appear good enough that no one could notice it but you. You can do it by simply rubbing the area with a steel wool or a sand paper so that the melted fibers will be removed. By doing that; you tend to loosen the damaged fibers in preparation for the next step.

Next thing to do is to vacuum the burned area making sure that the ashes and burned materials will be taken away. You can do this again and again until the burned marks are totally gone. But even if you tried removing it through a vacuum and nothing seems to be happening then it would be best that you will simply remove the burned area. You will have to cut the damaged area using a knife for at least 5 cm or 2 inches but you have to be sure that you will only be getting rid of the damaged area up to the back part and not beyond that.

Then you will have to make a pattern of the damaged part so that you can have the exact shape of the part so that you can have a carpet remnant that will then be used for replacement of the burned part. You will have to paste it with a glue gun or a carpet glue so that it will not easily be removed once in placed.