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How do I get rid of an indentation in the carpet?

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MamaG · 04/01/2007 15:39

After moving the furniture around to accommodate the Christmas tree, I've been left with an indentation in teh carpet. I've vaccuumed it but it still looks the same.

Any tips?

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MerryChristmasPANDAGHappyNewYe · 04/01/2007 15:40

Read somewhere that if you put an ice cube in the indendation, let it melt,brush up the carpet and then let it dry and vacuum it it gets rid of it. Haven't tried it myself, but can't see any harm...

JackieNo · 04/01/2007 15:41

I've read that one too - worth a try, I reckon.

waps · 04/01/2007 15:46

Have tried it and it works brilliantly but you might need a few cubes.

cece · 04/01/2007 15:53

ditto ice cubes

Lorina · 04/01/2007 16:13

I've never had any luck with the ice cube trick but I have brought the napp back up by a brisk brushing with a nailbrush.

It will probably lift a bit of its own accord after a few days too.

Califrau · 04/01/2007 16:33

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NAB3 · 04/01/2007 16:48

Ice cubes then brush up the pile once melted.

MamaG · 05/01/2007 09:25

ice cubes it is! Thanks all

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scorpio1 · 05/01/2007 11:09

and to prevent further indentation under the furniture, put down coffee pot lids (small ones) under the sofa wheels (forgotten the proper names!). leaves the carpet flat

Shameless · 05/01/2007 11:13

ice cubes are brill... but try to move the fibres prior to putting the ice cube on.... scratch it with your hand then put them on.... it works really well..

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