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How do I get dents out of the carpet

muckyangel Avatar
7y, 1d agoPosted 7 years, 1 day ago
I have just got rid of my old sofa and it has left some dents in my new carpet.

Anyone no how i can get rid of them?
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7y, 1d agoPosted 7 years, 1 day ago
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#1
Rub them?
#2
I think you should just keep trying to brush it up on a regular basis
#3
ice on there
#4
Stanley knife?
#5
go go hamsters?
suspended#6
Blow on the area
#7
Starr
Blow on the area


Goes with my suggestion nicely.
suspended#8
AshleyRFC
Goes with my suggestion nicely.


:-D:whistling:
banned#9
dent the whole carpet?
#10
pair of tweezers and pull each strand back
#11
get a fat person to roll across the rest of the carpet
banned#12
Time is the best cure.
#13
Use the hoover nozzle and keep sucking it and dragging across the dented area :)

Please no comments :whistling:
#14
Leave ice cubes in the dents, by the time they melt, the dentrs will have gone!
#15
I saw this solution on a TV channel. I cannot remember which or when.

Use a ice cube. Sorry I can't remember any other details i.e. time to leave the ice cube on the dint. I also guess they must have used some kitchen roll after a period of time to dry the patch. Then maybe a vacuum cleaner.
#16
jadpager
I saw this solution on a TV channel. I cannot remember which or when.

Use a ice cube. Sorry I can't remember any other details i.e. time to leave the ice cube on the [COLOR="Red"]dint.[/COLOR] I also guess they must have used some kitchen roll after a period of time to dry the patch. Then maybe a vacuum cleaner.


Thats fine for [COLOR="red"][COLOR="red"]dints[/COLOR][/COLOR] but what about dents :whistling:
#17
Yep, definitely ice.
#18
save yourself some hassle get the old sofa back
#19
or do the unthinkable and wait for the time when you trip over the dog/object whilst holding a tin of paint (with the lid off of course)
#20
g1bbuk
Leave ice cubes in the dents, by the time they melt, the dentrs will have gone!


+1

My mother used to do this... it works!
#21
Ice is the answer...but don't just put ice cubes straight onto your carpet!!!
Put loads of ice into a plastic bag and leave on carpet until ice has melted. You may have to do this several times, before the dents disappear. :thumbsup:
#22
On second thoughts, use the ice in a couple of vodka martinis then you wont care about the dents!
#23
I still reckon a stanley knife will solve the problem. Maybe my solution is too simple to be believable. Ho hum....
#24
one of these....

http://www.jimwcoleman.com/photoblog/042906%20grass%20roller.jpg

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