Pain is never an easy element to fight and one has to most of all not let it dry, as it will make any further steps very difficult to execute. Dry pain of whatever nature is next to impossible to remove with home remedies, that is why you need to use wet towels to prevent it from drying if you’re off to the shop to get some sort of wipes or paint softeners. However one has to be careful with any pain softeners to be used on carpets as they may prove to be damaging on the carpet and by leaving a lighter spot on it then it was there originally. So do a test patch first of all on an area that is not greatly visible, and second of all do not rub the spot with a hard brush of any kind as this may and most likely will damage the carpet pile and leave a horribly looking patch on your carpet that does not match rest of it at all.
If you are however dealing with an emulsion pain, then you have an easier task on your hand. But the first action is as usual, meaning not let it dry. Then simply use wet cloth and hoover to extract any paint and be patient.
In many instances using white spirit may be very effective in removing pain from the carpet, however one really has to be careful if there is no discoloration from using it. Because some of the carpets can respond really badly to this sort of agitation, and make sure you don’t rub in to the carpet as sometimes with wool carpet you may get a change in texture or just fluffing of the carpet.
wearing mask is much needed in those times of Covid-19
I’ve realise that is utmost beneficial for my customers and to protect myself to wear mask at current situation with virus going around and I can certainly feel it is ensuring for customers when they see me wearing it. Furthermore it offers additional protection to me and my customers I would hope at least. However there are some down sides of wearing a mask, for one it is sweaty and hard to work under conditions of my line of work. Steam is rather challenging to work with as temperature of household is increasing and it is just hot with all this going on. Furthermore I do have to move rather a lot of furniture when i am working, and for this very reason being physically active I have to be rather well able to breath.
It is utmost beneficial for those that i work with to have all the measures of social distancing in place and that is why i don’t protest mask wearing in any terms, furthermore I think it is good for everyone in current climate to do that. Furthermore from my reading i can see that it is actually very healthy for me to be doing that in a long run, as I work in sort of environment that a lot of dust is being raised on constant basis. This is most likely very negative thing for my long term health if I will not be wearing mask. I am thinking to get some sort of advance mask that would have option of filter changing and just cover up nicely without being to much of a nonsense to work with. Because I also work with wood, i am looking to get a mask in a long term that will be covering me completely with my eyes being covered as well, as on some occasions when I cut concrete amount of dust is not manageable