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Posted by on May 15, 2012 in Carpet and Floor Care, Cleaning & Organising, Green and Eco-Friendly Ideas, Stain Removal | 0 comments

How to Remove These Red Wine Carpet Stains

If you have read thousands of articles on how to remove wine carpet stains, but you still are not sure in the final results, then check out this article to become more confident in your carpet cleaning. Wine stains on carpets are a common problem among home owners. Many people think that these kind of spots cannot be cleaned up easily. However, we are not quite sure about that.

If you have the right cleaning tools and materials, as well as methods and techniques, you will be able to get rid of the wine spots on your carpet easily. Moreover, for the purpose you do not need to use any high-toxic commercial agents, but household products only. And now our professional London cleaners will tell you how exactly is this possible.

1. The best way to treat wine stains is when they are still fresh. So, begin the cleaning by blotting the affected area with clean paper towels to remove the excess liquid. Do not ever rub the stains as this can spread them. When you’ve removed as much of the wine spot as possible, you can begin with the essential part of the cleaning.

2. Professional cleaners in London advise to make a homemade solution of 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide and 1 teaspoon of some dish-washing liquid. Dip a little part of a clean cloth in the mixture and then blot again. Then use the dry part of the cloth to blot the stain in order to remove the excess liquid. Repeat the entire process, if necessary. When the stains are entirely gone, you have to rinse the area with clean water and blot dry.

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