Carpet Cleaning in Fairbanks, Alaska

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02/17/2015
 If you want to start your morning right, a stack of delicious hotcakes may just do the trick. However, your sweet, lovely breakfast can quickly turn sour if a drop of that sticky maple syrup graces your carpet with its thick texture. If this scenario sounds a little bit too familiar to you, don’t worry. Cleanpro Fairbanks Professionals will share this simple guide so you can get rid of syrup on your carpet.

How to Clean Syrup Off Your Carpet

Eliminate the Excess

If you notice that there’s an excess of syrup that hasn’t been absorbed into your carpet still, grab a spoon and carefully remove it. Work your way from the outer edge in to avoid expanding the stain. Also, remember not to scrub the area as this can help the syrup penetrate your carpet.

Get Your Supplies

In order to completely clean off the syrup on your flooring, you’ll need a few supplies: warm water, dishwashing soap, a spray bottle, a sponge, clean towels, and an enzyme detergent (if necessary).

Clean the Sticky Area

Now for the good part:

  • Start by mixing the water and the soap into the bottle until you get a sudsy result.
  • Spray the affected area generously, and with a sponge, blot the stain off. Again, be careful not to scrub too hard as this could be harmful for your carpet.
  • Repeat this process until the stain is gone.
  • If you haven’t been successful, use an enzyme detergent that won’t damage your carpet’s fibers.

Let It Dry

Once you’ve vanquished the stain, use a clean towel to dab most of the moisture off your carpet. Then, allow the affected area to dry by opening windows and doors, and turning on your fans to ventilate the room.

Trust in Cleanpro for Professional Carpet Cleaning in Fairbanks


If syrup or other annoying substance has damaged your carpet, fear not! Cleanpro works with the most efficient methods that can guarantee that your carpet will be good as new in no time and without any hassle. Call (907) 388-7768 for more information.

And remember, “Don’t Steam Your Carpets, CLEAN Your Carpets!”

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(907) 388-7768