This video by Chem-Dry Franchise, how to remove ink stains from carpet goes through the process of removing ink from a permanent marker from carpet. As a carpet cleaner in Tampa FL I run into ink stains in carpet on a daily basis. In most cases the ink can be removed with one of Chem-dry's patented solutions. Chem-Dry's Ink Remover is a great solution for those stubborn ink stains that have really set in over time. Once it's applied it re-liquefies the ink in the carpet so it can be extracted. The reducer nozzle seen in t he video amplifies the suction from the extractor pulling the ink from the fibers.
After the ink remover treatment one of our other spot removers may be used to remove and remainder ink in the carpet. We always finish stain removals with a blast from our hot carbonated solution, The Natural. Because we are not there in your home when accidents happen here are some instructions on how to remove ink stains from carpet quickly.
How to Remove Ink Stains from Carpet:Blot up the excess ink with a paper towel. Mix 1 cup of water with 2 tablespoons of vinegar and 1/2 teaspoon of dish soap. Apply the mixture to the spot and blot with a towel to remove the mixture and the ink. Repeat these steps until all the ink is removed. Place a towel on the cleaned area and stand on in for 30 seconds to remove extra moisture. If any ink remains after cleaning call a professional carpet cleaner.