How To Remove Stains Quickly and Easily
Ok, let’s face it. Almost everyone has gotten a stain on their carpet and didn’t have a clue on how to remove it. They may have tried applying laundry detergent to their stain or perhaps tried adding vinegar to it and ended up with an even bigger stain and ruined carpet. Well, in this brief article, we’ll discuss how to remove all kinds of stains easily and quickly from your carpet. So, get comfortable and get ready to learn as we discuss how to remove stains from your carpet.
Ballpoint Ink Stain Removal:
To remove ballpoint ink, use rubbing alcohol and then wash it using a neutral detergent (containing no bleach) and clean water.
Remove Catsup Stains:
To remove catsup, use a small amount of dry-cleaning solvent. Mix 1 tsp of a neutral detergent with a cup of warm water. Blot. Sponge with clean water. Blot again.
Removing Coffee Stains:
To remove coffee, mix one tablespoon of a neutral detergent with a half cup of water. Blot, repeat, and then sponge it with clean water.
How To Remove Cola Stains:
To remove cola, mix 1 tsp of mild neutral pH detergent with 2/3 cups of water and 1/3 cup of white vinegar. Blot and sponge it with clean water. Repeat.
Remove Ground In Dirt Stains:
Take 1 tsp of pH neutral detergent and mix it with 1 cup of warm water. Blot. Mix one tablespoon of household ammonia with a half cup of water. Blot. Repeat step one. Sponge with clean water. Blot.
Remove Oil/Grease Stains:
To remove grease, put some talcum powder on the stain and let it sit for a few minutes. Then, you should brush off the powder and then wash the stain with 1 tsp of mild neutral pH detergent and 2/3 cups of cold water and scrub brush or sponge.
How To Remove Juice Or Wine Stains:
To remove juice or wine stains, take 1 tsp of pH neutral mild detergent and mix it with 1 cup of warm water and then blot. Rinse with out with plain white vinegar and then blot again. Blot. Rinse with warm water and then blot to dry..
Removing Makeup Stains:
To remove makeup, mix 1 tsp of a neutral detergent with a cup of warm water. Blot. Mix two thirds cup of water with one-third cup of white vinegar. Blot.
Remove Nail Polish Stains:
Apply nail polish remover. Blot. Mix 1 tsp of a neutral detergent. Blot. Sponge with clean water. Blot.
In conclusion, there are many different stains that you can remove from your carpet and upholstery. You simply have to be willing to utilize the right supplies and put in little elbow grease into the stain. Once you follow our suggestions, you will be likely remove the stain and will salvage your beautiful carpet or upholstery.