How do you get carpeting to stand up after furniture has been on it f?

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  • Kmdreamer Kmdreamer on Aug 11, 2018

    Take a iron and a paper bag and iron the fibers

  • Diana Deiley Diana Deiley on Aug 11, 2018

    I read in my tidbits to place ice cubes over the indented areas, let melt, then vacuum over the areas when dry. Not sure this works (I have vinyl tiles), but I wish you the best.

  • Camilledrinan Camilledrinan on Aug 11, 2018

    Some people will dampen (not wet) the area and then run the vacuum over it will still damp. Others will dampen and then use a stiff brush and go over the area and then vacuum. You could also contact a quality carpet company and ask them what they recommend.

  • PK PK on Aug 11, 2018

    Dampen the spot with an ice cube then put a towel or dish towel over the indentation and steam it up with your steam iron.

  • Mor8633696 Mor8633696 on Aug 11, 2018

    Let an ice cube melt on the area, pat dry and vacuum

  • Rose Broadway Rose Broadway on Aug 11, 2018

    Linda, I found two videos on this, so I'll send you both. I have always had good luck with dampening the carpet and setting an iron on it. Let me know how it works for you.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpWam7Vrz3Y

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SK38KgFMSQw



  • Dwp7470b Dwp7470b on Aug 11, 2018

    Woolite and a Vaccuum.

  • Starr Wilson Starr Wilson on Aug 11, 2018

    I take a fork and run it across the area that lays down. That usually works for me.

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