How To Remove Tooth Paste From Carpet
To clean tooth paste from synthetic carpet, follow the procedures listed below. Begin with step one, progressing only to the next step if necessary. Remember that you always want to use the gentlest approach to cleaning a carpet stain first.
(Begin with step 1, if the stain remains then proceed to the next step. Always test the following stain removal solutions in an inconspicuous area first to make sure they won't damage your carpet.)
1. Use a detergent solution by mixing one teaspoon of clear dish washing liquid with one cup of warm water. Make sure the water is not hot.
To remove tooth paste from carpet, first scrap up as much of the substance as possible using the edge of a credit card or a similar object with a dull edge. Mix together the detergent solution listed above and apply it to the stain using a soft sponge. Blot the mixture onto the stain, don't rub it. Rubbing the stain will only make it worse and potentially damage the small fibers in your carpet.
After applying the solution to the stain, blot it off using paper towers. Repeat the process of applying the solution and blotting it off with paper towels until the tooth paste is gone. Rinse the area thoroughly with plain water and dry with paper towels. Hopefully the tooth paste stain is gone and your carpet is back to looking beautiful again.