Have you ever thought about cleaning a yellow rug? I certainly have, but it was only after my red one fell apart on me and my next purchase was going to be a new one. Now I’ve seen that a lot of people also have yellow rugs in their homes. So what do you do when the yellowing appears to be from regular wear and tear?
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One option is to have your carpet cleaned by carpet cleaners. I don’t know if they are cheaper than a professional cleaner, but you can try and save some money by doing it yourself. I would suggest that you have someone help you with this. Also, be sure that the carpets are completely dry before getting your carpet cleaned.
Another option to consider is to bring your yellow rugs into a rug cleaner. They should be able to clean your carpet with chemicals that will not damage the yellowing. Be careful not to over-dry your rug as this could lead to it wearing out quicker. If the yellow is so bad, the yellow may need to be professionally cleaned.
Do you have a yellow rug in your kitchen? Bring it in too. If the floor is faded or blotchy, it is likely that something else is causing it to go yellow.
Perhaps you found that you had gotten your next stain on your rug from things like a stain that is staining your couch or curtains? Try using some ammonia or an acid cleaning product to remove the stain. Also be sure that you pick a spot that is not easily seen. Yellow stains are easily visible and these spots can be avoided by covering up where the stain is. Have you considered using a UV light on your yellow rug? You can find the right UV lamp for the right color. UV lamps usually last for about two years before needing to be replaced.