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Old 01-03-06, 08:08 AM
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My daughter has a one square foot stain on her livingroom floor beneath where the Christmas tree was. I don't think it is a 'dye' from a fabric but more of a mold from the tree water. The carpet is made of a material that resembles jute/bamboo/sisal-I don't want to butt in or I'd ask.
It is a flat straw type floor covering. I think mold or mildew can be dangerous and they have a new baby so I'm trying to find a way to remove it. The color of the covering is tan and the stain is grayish mostly with a tiny bit of geen if you look just right.
Are there a couple of conservative methods to try to get rid of it?
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Old 01-03-06, 04:59 PM
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Stain is likely discoloration from water. Natural plant fiber rugs are easily discolored by water and can not be cleaned with water-based cleaners.
 
 

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