Stain Stompers are soft, white pads that will remove a variety of stains, including those caused by food, beverages, and pet waste, from your carpet. They come in sets of 10, and can be used as is ( at four by four inches wide ), or cut down to treat smaller stains. When you use these pads, you'll be able to maintain a clean, attractive carpet without getting down on your hands and knees to scrub your floor with various soaps and / or chemicals.
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How It Works
Once you've treated a particular carpet stain with a Stain Stompers pad, the pad will release a formula that will absorb and lift the stain out of the carpet. The formula is capable of doing so even if the stain has settled deeply into the carpet's fibers, and for most stains, the process will only take a few minutes.
How to Use (Step by Step)
- Apply Pad
Place a Stain Stompers pad over a stained area on your carpet. Remember, you can cut the pad down to a smaller size if you choose.
Use your foot to stomp on the pad a few times. This will release the stain-fighting formula inside.
- Remove Pad
After a few minutes, remove the pad from the carpet. Normally, the stain will be gone, but if it's especially stubborn, you can leave the pad on top of it for up to 24 hours.
- Dispose of Waste
Stain Stompers pads are not reusable, so each should be thrown in the trash after you've used it.
All of these pads come in white, so with most stains, you'll be able to clearly see whether you've successfully extracted them from your carpet or not.
Each pad contains perforations, so if you don't have access to scissors but want to make a pad smaller, you can cut it down by tearing it along a line of these perforations.
- Come in Sets of 10
You'll get 10 pads in each set, so this will provide you with enough of the stain-fighting formula within them to fight at least 10 stains.
- Older Chidren Can Use
While many children may not be able to clean a floor properly with a chemical spray, most older children won't find it difficult to drop a pad and stomp on it. In fact, they might find the stomping part fun, and can take pride in cleaning up their own messes.
- Little Physical Work Required
While scrubbing the floor with soaps and sprays requires a great deal of labour, sometimes involving the entire body as one moves around on their hands and knees, a one-foot stomp is much less tiring.
- Don't Rub Stains in
Sometimes scrubbing will rub a stain more deeply into a carpet's fibers, making the stain even harder to remove, but you won't need to worry about this as you lift stains with your Stain Stompers.
- Create Waste
Stain Stompers are neither reusable or recyclable, so once you start using them frequently, you might find that your trash bin is a bit fuller. Besides being inconvenient for you, this increased waste level may negatively affect the environment.
Tips & Tricks
- Measure Before Resizing
Before cutting or tearing a pad to make it smaller, you may want to measure the stain you wish to treat. If you cut your pad too small, and it won't cover the entire stain or any other stains you have to remove, the pad might end up going to waste. Of course, if you have more pads left, you can lay two side by side, but then a small gap between the two may end up being left untreated.
- Stomp in Clean Shoes
Make sure you wear clean shoes or slippers if you're going to stomp on a pad. If you go barefoot, part of an extracted stain could end up on your foot, and if you stomp with a shoe that's not totally clean, you could unintentionally add more dirt to your carpet.
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