how to remove winter salt stains from carpets and floors

Winter Salt Stain Remover for Salty Carpets & Floors

How to Remove Winter Salts Stains from Carpets and Floors

How to remove winter salt stains from carpets and floors.As carpet cleaners we are expected to effectively remove carpet salt stains that get tracked into residential homes, commercial buildings etc., If removal of these salty floor stains is not performed on a regular basis then it becomes more difficult to clean.

Acid rinses such as Acetic Acid are just not that effective anymore due to the new Ice Melt products. The answer is to use the proper product for the job (KK Salt Reducer).

Don’t let ice melt chemicals dull carpet and floors. Formula KK Salt Reducer is an original formula that restores beauty to floors and carpets by removing the white film left by ice melting chemicals. KK Salt Reducer demineralizes salt deposits and reduces slip hazards. Floor finishes and carpeting last longer.

Great for car interiors, floor mats, you can even spray it on salty boots and shoes and use a brush to wipe clean.

Ice Melt Removal Procedure for Carpets:

  • Vacuum (HEPA) or Pile Lift
  • Spray KK Salt Reducer onto carpet and give it some time to dwell.
  • Hot steam clean with a carpet cleaning extraction machine.
  • Pad clean with rotary machine (preferably cotton pad)
  • If need be, pad again and or vacuum the next day.

Salt Stain Remover for Carpets & Floors

This method can be a lot of work but the other options give poor results.

When the job is completed, sometimes the salt will wick back up when the carpet dries. A simple pad cleaning or vacuuming can remove this residue.

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