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September 05
WSJ's Mansion team tests out stain resistance in carpets

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Almost anyone can relate to the dread of trying to remove a tough stain from a carpet in their home.

In a recent Wall Street Journal article​, ​the WSJ Mansion team set out to discover what residential carpet products on the market relieve stains such as mustard, potted soil and even wine.

Milliken - which was quoted in the article - uses StainMaster, a clear dye that has a negative charge against the nylon that is found in its residential carpet collections. According to Scott Reams, market manager of Milliken Residentail, this prevents a stain, such as Kool-Aid, from seeping in. 
Learn more about Milliken's Residential products today.

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