so, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that you probably rearrange your furniture every now and then… and (unless you have wood or tile floors and no rugs or carpet) you have depressions from where that furniture was sitting. Here is an incredibly easy way I found how to remove furniture depressions. Yes, it’s super easy, but it has worked 100% of the time for me!
I love rearranging furniture. It temporarily breathes new life into a tired space.
And I love it when I have a couple guys to do the moving for me! Usually it’s me scooting and shoving to get it where I want.
But however you move your furniture, you will inevitably have depressions from where the old furniture sat, and depending on where you’re placing the arrangement, they can at times seem so unsightly you may want to move it all back again just to cover up the carpet depressions!
This wool berber carpet that was in our former house really mashed down and showed every furniture depression.
But don’t give up hope… For hope is just a freezer away!
Yep! Go grab some ice cubes and set them on the carpet, and walk away, because you’re done.
I’m not kidding. That’s it!
As the ice slowly melts, the carpet somehow lifts and bounces back to it’s original position.
Now, once in a while, like in the case with this very flattened berber carpet, you may need to repeat the process, but it will work. I haven’t had a carpet or rug that this trick on how to remove furniture depressions hasn’t worked on, and let me tell you… I’ve rearranged a lot of furniture in my life!!
So go ahead and rearrange all you like, don’t let those carpet depressions slow you down!
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