Another one of the Peekahouseholds constant problems. The dogs (and Mr. Peek) track in mud. And Mr. Peek is constantly bleeding after his dirt bike injuries.
For muddy tracks in the carpet:
Resist the urge to clean when the mess is wet. Toss a handful of salt on it and walk away. When dry, vacuum it up.
For blood stains:
1 handful salt
1/2 cup cold water
1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide
Cover the area with salt to try to help absorb some of the blood. Mix equal parts COLD water with hydrogen peroxide in a small bowl. Dampen a clean cloth with the mixture and use it to dab at the salt until a clump forms. Gently keep blotting at the stain and repeat until it disappears. Rinse with a cloth dipped in clean, fresh water. Never use warm water, or it will set the stain.
hey tell you what I have just remembered my mom would throw salt onto an egg if she dropped one on the floor ,it congealed the mess, otherwise have you ever tried to wipe up egg.Yuck ..whoops I digressed .
I dragged this one back up as I am sure with all the floods many have dirty carpets etc I haven't had floods but I dod have some mud this year .. peek a boo seems to have done a bunk due to personal probs , but I am sure she would not mind
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