Sisal stair runner is earthy carpets that improve all rooms. Made from the fibers of the Central America agave sisal plant these tightly woven carpets are available in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes. With their tight fibers, these rugs fight against dirt and stains, but are not immune to it, and over time can undergo wear and tear. If you have a sisal stair runner, know how to properly clean up games and stains to keep it looking naturally beautiful.
Read the label that comes with your sisal carpet. Some carpets are made of more fragile fibers, and require that they be dry cleaned only. Vacuum the carpet properly, and use brush that comes with your vacuum cleaner to try to brush out any debris ingrown into your sisal carpet is fibers. Scratch some dried stains, such as clay or food, with a color scraper or plastic knife. Remember to do this carefully, slowly dig your scraper under dried pieces and pull them away.
Boil some distilled water and simmer to lukewarm, then pour a cup into a plastic bottle with a spray nozzle. Add 1 cup of undisturbed white vinegar. Twist the mixture around a couple of times in the bottle to mix it well. Spray any stains that cannot be scratched, like old liquid stains, with about four sprinkles to dampen the stain, but not wet. Use a white cloth to slowly wipe the stain on both sides, and repeat the previous step, soak every time until the stain is gone.