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Carpet Stain Removal: Copper Corrosion

By Michael Hilton

  1. Remove excess by blotting with a towel or scraping with a rounded spoon.
  2. Apply SuperAll or rubbing alcohol, other solvent and agitate slightly. Rinse thoroughly with water. Blot excess with a towel. Continue to repeat the application of SuperAll as long as there is improvement in the spill. It is not necessary to proceed to step 3 if SuperAll will remove the spill.
  3. Apply rubbing alcohol and agitate slightly. Rinse with warm water.
  4. Apply a half-inch thick layer of paper towels and weigh down with a flat, heavy object.

About the Author
Michael Hilton was the original creator of Carpet Buyers Handbook. Having owned and operated a carpet wholesale company, Hilton has a vast knowledge about all-things carpet related as well as other types of flooring.

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