Asphalt

What you will need:

White cloths or white paper towels

 Spot Remover:

Use spot removers designed specifically for grease, oil, or tar, such as Carbona or Energine from local stores.

 Detergent solution:

Mix mild liquid detergent with water (no more than 1/4 teaspoon of detergent to 8 ounces of water). A clear, non-bleach liquid dishwashing detergent such as Dawn, Joy, or clear Ivory is recommended. Do not use detergents that are cloudy or creamy because they may leave a sticky residue

OR

Beyond Clean’s Carpet & Upholstery Spot Remover:

You may also use Beyond Clean Carpet & Upholstery Spot Remover in place of the “Detergent Solution”. Before using test Beyond Clean’s Carpet & Upholstery Spot Remover in an inconspicuous area for color fastness. If any color loss or change is detected DO NOT USE.

Process:

Step 1:

Blot as much as possible with white paper towels. Apply the special oil and grease spot remover (Spot remover specifically for grease, oil, or tar, such as Carbona or Afta) to a paper towel and repeat blotting. (Protective gloves should be worn, as the solvent will quickly remove oils from the skin and could result in irritation.) Do not pour or spray directly on the carpet pile, as damage to the backing or adhesive underneath could result; use the towels to transport the solvent to the carpet. Repeat as often as necessary.

 Step 2:

Blot the stained area with white towels dampened with cool water until there is no more transfer of the stain onto the towels.

Step 3:

Use the detergent solution or Beyond Clean’s Carpet & Upholstery Spot Remover. Spray lightly onto the spot and blot repeatedly with white towels, working from the outer edge in toward the center of the spot to avoid spreading.

Step 4:

Rinse thoroughly by spraying with clean water, and then blot or extract. Do not use too much detergent because the residue will contribute to rapid re-soiling.

If you are not able to remove the spot call Beyond Clean at 909.795.7700 for assistance

Butter

What you will need:

White cloths or white paper towels

Spot Remover:

Use spot removers designed specifically for grease, oil, or tar, such as Carbona or Energine from local stores.

Detergent solution:

Mix mild liquid detergent with water (no more than 1/4 teaspoon of detergent to 8 ounces of water). A clear, non-bleach liquid dishwashing detergent such as Dawn, Joy, or clear Ivory is recommended. Do not use detergents that are cloudy or creamy because they may leave a sticky residue

OR

Beyond Clean’s Carpet & Upholstery Spot Remover:

You may also use Beyond Clean Carpet & Upholstery Spot Remover in place of the “Detergent Solution”. Before using test Beyond Clean’s Carpet & Upholstery Spot Remover in an inconspicuous area for color fastness. If any color loss or change is detected DO NOT USE.

Process:

Step 1:

Blot as much as possible with white paper towels. Apply the special oil and grease spot remover (Spot remover specifically for grease, oil, or tar, such as Carbona or Afta) to a paper towel and repeat blotting. (Protective gloves should be worn, as the solvent will quickly remove oils from the skin and could result in irritation.) Do not pour or spray directly on the carpet pile, as damage to the backing or adhesive underneath could result; use the towels to transport the solvent to the carpet. Repeat as often as necessary.

Step 2:

Blot the stained area with white towels dampened with cool water until there is no more transfer of the stain onto the towels.

Step 3:

Use the detergent solution or Beyond Clean’s Carpet & Upholstery Spot Remover. Spray lightly onto the spot and blot repeatedly with white towels, working from the outer edge in toward the center of the spot to avoid spreading.

Step 4:

Rinse thoroughly by spraying with clean water, and then blot or extract. Do not use too much detergent because the residue will contribute to rapid re-soiling.

If you are not able to remove the spot call Beyond Clean at 909.795.7700 for assistance

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