Cleaning Printer Ink From Upholstered Furniture And Carpet
Pinter ink often finds its way
Tip: Removing printer ink from upholstered furniture and carpet is easiest and most effective if you act quickly. The very minute you see the printer ink, take action!
Clean With Rubbing Alcohol
Rubbing alcohol can be quite effective in removing ink from carpet and upholstery, but before you begin using the rubbing alcohol, use a few wads of paper towels to dab the spot and absorb as much of the ink as possible.
Tip: To prevent spreading the ink spot, use duct tape to frame the ink spot. Creating a border around the ink spot with the duct tape will help to prevent the ink from spreading as you work to remove the spot.
Once you have absorbed as much of the ink as possible, dampen a cloth with rubbing alcohol and dab the spot repeatedly. When the cloth becomes discolored with ink, put it in a bucket for cleaning
After the ink spot is gone, get a bucket of very hot water, a pair of rubber gloves and some more clean
Now that the spot is gone, it is time to get the carpet and upholstery to dry. Use a wet-dry vacuum to suck as much moisture out as possible. Once you have extracted all of the removable moisture, place a fan in front of the piece and let it blow it dry.
If your attempt to remove the ink has failed, contact your local carpet cleaning professionals.