Monday, 11 July 2011

How to Clean Juice Stains Out of Carpet

Fruit juice spilled on carpet creates colourful stain that will be harder to remove the longer you allow it to sit. Prompt treatment can make the cleaning process much easier and you will be more likely to eliminate the stain completely, without any marks left on the carpet.
Simple cleaning solutions can remove these stains as effectively as using professional help such as carpet cleaning Clapham services.
Get paper towels, club soda, carpet shampoo, sponge and follow the instructions below to get a juice stain out of your carpet.
  1. Press down paper towels to absorb the juice as soon as you notice it. Avoid rubbing the paper towels over the carpet as the stain will seep further into the carpet fibers. Skip this step if the stain is already dry.
  2. Pour the affected area with club soda. You can use tonic water instead of club soda, according to carpet cleaning Clapham team. Allowing the club soda to sit for about five minutes will help loosen the juice form the carpet fibers.
  3. Use paper towels to blot the carpet until no more liquid comes out. Apply more club soda if the stain is still visible and blot again. The club soda should be enough to remove fresh juice stains, but old ones my need more. Apply carpet shampoo to the stained area with a spray bottle. Use a damp sponge to work the solution into the carpet and leave it to dry. Vacuum the carpet after it has dried.


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