We all love to drink a glass of wine, but what do you do when the inevitable happens and you spill it on your carpet? Of course, there is always the option to buy new carpeting. But for some that expense may not be realistic at this point in time. However, there are other ways to remove red wine stains from carpets without destroying your budget. Here are six steps on how best to remove red wine stain from carpets.
This helps to break down the red wine stain gradually, which makes it easier to remove as you go through each step. Pour the solution on the stain, working from one side to another. Use a clean cloth or sponge to soak up as much liquid as possible. Allow this process time to work its magic without any disturbance for about five minutes before moving onto section two below.
Step # 2 Pour the Solution
After Section One is Complete then pour over the stained area until thoroughly saturated with no visible signs remaining of red wine stains. In order not put too much pressure on the fabric, use a towel to blot up as much liquid as possible.
Apply white vinegar to the stain and allow it time for its pH level to break down the stains from where they originated before moving onto section four below. After five minutes, make a paste out of baking soda and water or try using cornstarch instead if you do not have any baking soda in your home at this point (two tablespoons). Next, apply either one or both over the stained area until thoroughly saturated with no visible signs remaining of red wine stains. This helps remove some of what was left behind by other cleaning methods previously executed during these steps while also helping to soak up excess liquids that may be lingering around.
Mix together two tablespoons of dish soap and one cup of hydrogen peroxide Apply the mixture directly onto stained area with your fingers or even an old toothbrush if you have one handy. Allow it time to sit there for about ten minutes before scrubbing away at any stains remaining using dish soap and warm water. Rinse thoroughly with water and allow to fully dry.
This helps break down leftover residue from previous steps while also removing any excess water that may remain on the surface of the fabric, making it easier to remove stains when using other methods later in this list.
Just make a paste out of baking soda and water in a bowl or cup, then apply it directly onto the stained area with your fingers or even an old toothbrush if you have one handy. Allow the mixture time to sit there for about 10 minutes before scrubbing away at any stains remaining using dish soap and warm water. Rinse thoroughly afterwards, vacuum off excess powder from carpet fibers, then enjoy.
We all know that life is full of spills and accidents. But when it comes to our carpets, we are inclined to get a little more angry than usual because they're much harder to clean up. You can use these solutions to remove red wine stains from carpets.
This list also includes in-depth instructions on how each one should be used, as well as some helpful tips and tricks that will make the process go a little bit smoother!