How To Get Out Those Tough Carpet Stains #StainRemover #Carpet

Have you had one of those stains that just boogle your mind on how to get them out without ruining your carpet? Kids spilled red Kool-aid, you spilled Red Wine, or your friend just spilled Orange Soda and they just won’t seem to come out of your carpet. Oh, and let’s not forget the kids spills that are tough to get out of the carpet as well.

There is an easy way to get the stain out without ruining your carpet or having to pay for a stain in the carpet in Apartments. There is an easy way to make those stains go away. It will not take long to get the stain out.

Needed Items To Remove Stains:

* Bucket
* Hot Water
* Dish Soap
* Clothes Iron
* White Towel (One you no longer need)
* White Vinegar

Fill The Bucket 1/4 full with hot water, Take 1/2 bottle of Dish soap and pour in and mix the water and soap. Soak the stained area with the water and soap. If your iron has a steam setting put it on to the setting. Place the towel over the soaked stain and run the iron over the stain and it will start to turn the towel the color of the stain. Continue this until the stain is completely removed.

Then after the stain is removed use the 1/2 cup of Vinegar to 1 1/2 cups of water on the area to remove the soap the same way as above to remove the soap so that it will not attract dirt to the area.

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4 Responses to How To Get Out Those Tough Carpet Stains #StainRemover #Carpet

  1. Pamela Gurganus says:

    Wow, wow, and WOW! Who knew?!? Well, I mean other than YOU, that is! *LOL* I wish I had known this a few weeks ago when I accidentally spilled a glass of red wine on my sister-in-laws carpet! This was a great read, and I’m forwarding it to my sis! Thank you for sharing! 🙂

    • A Mom's Paradise says:

      You can still get the stain out even if it has sat for a while, just let it soak for a little longer to make sure it has time to work on the stain. 🙂 Wine stains can be wicked, this will help to remove the stain instead of moving furniture over it. 😉

  2. Rebecca Parsons says:

    Great tips. Was wondering if this works on set in stains?

    • A Mom's Paradise says:

      Yes, it does work on set stains as well. Just let it sit for a little longer so that it can really soak into the stain, and it should remove it for you.

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