How to Clean Special Sauce Stains Vol 2

Gainesville Carpet Stain Removal Cranberry Sauce

Welcome back to our series on stain removal! This week, we are going to discuss specific methods for removing common household, and seasonal stains. Whether you are dealing with a food stain, a pet stain, or a grease stain, we have you covered! Keep reading for more information.

Stains can be very difficult to remove. Luckily, there are a number of different methods that you can use to treat them and make your carpets look brand new again! Which technique you use depends on the type of stain you’re working out. You don’t have to resort to professional area rug cleaning every time you discover a new stain. Pinnacle Restorations will show you what to do to get your home carpets and area rugs stain-free!

 

Cranberry Sauce:

Cranberry Sauce Stain Removal Gainesville Lake City Florida

One such method is cranberry sauce stain removal. Cranberries have become a popular fruit in recent years thanks to their many health benefits – but what happens when cranberry sauce spills on your carpet?

A cranberry sauce spill can be a little tricky to remove. The good news is that there are a few different methods that you can try.

 

First – Identify the type of stain that you are dealing with.

cranberry sauce is usually a bright red color, so it should be easy to spot. cranberry sauce will be a little more difficult to identify as there are many different types of cranberries. cranberry stains can range from light pink to deep red, so you may want to take some time to figure out which type it is before starting the removal process.

The next step is cranberry stain removal. cranberry stain removal can be completed in a few steps (listed below)

  1. Scrape the visible hardened cranberry sauce residue
  2. Combine a small amount of dish soap with one cup of warm water
  3. place the solution in a spray bottle and spray gently
  4. With a clean towel, blot up the remaining cranberry stain
  5. Flush with cold water and blot dry

Bonus Step! – If you arent satisfied with the results of the above steps we suggest using some degreaser (ammonia) and water solution. Mix about a teaspoon of ammonia with about a cup of warm water and apply it to the stained area. Blot up using a clean towel until the stain is completely gone.

 

Spaghetti Sauce Removal

Spaghetti Sauce Stain Removal

Another common household stain is spaghetti sauce. Spaghetti sauce can be a real pain to remove, but with the right methods, you can get the job done in no time!

 

The first step in spaghetti sauce stain removal is identification.

spaghetti sauce is usually a deep red color, so it should be easy to spot. Once you have identified the stain, the next step is spaghetti sauce stain removal.

Spaghetti sauce stain removal can be completed in a few steps (listed below)

  1. Scrape off the visible spaghetti sauce residue
  2. Combine one tablespoon of dish soap with one cup of warm water
  3. place the solution in a spray bottle and spray gently
  4. With a clean towel, blot up the remaining spaghetti sauce stain
  5. Flush with cold water and blot dry

Bonus Step! – If you arent satisfied with the results of the above steps, we suggest using hydrogen peroxide and ammonia solution. Mix about two teaspoons of hydrogen peroxide with about one cup of ammonia and apply it to the stained area. Blot up using a clean towel.

If you prefer to have the pros remove the stains, give our carpet protection services a try!

 

Grease Stain Removal

grease stains are one of the most common household stains. grease stains are often caused by cooking, but they can be found on clothing and fabrics as well. grease stain removal is a difficult task that requires some patience and time in order to get rid of them completely!

 

First – Identify the type of stain that you are dealing with.

The first step in grease stain removal is identification. grease stains are usually black or grayish brown, so it should be easy to spot them at first sight. Once you have identified the stain, the next step is grease stain removal which can take place over several days depending on how large your carpeted area is (listed below).

  1. Scrape off any visible hardened grease residue using a dull knife or similar tool with little pressure until no more comes up from the stain.
  2. Apply a grease-fighting dishwashing liquid to the stained area and allow it to penetrate for about five minutes
  3. With a clean cloth, sponge the solution into the grease stain working from the outside edges toward the center. Rinse with warm water and blot dry.
  4. Repeat Steps #’s two through four until all of the grease is removed or you have reached your desired result. If any grease remains after repeating these steps, then you can try using a commercial carpet cleaner that is specifically designed to remove grease stains (but test this product in an inconspicuous area before using).

Many times, grease can build up on your furniture as well as your carpets. In that event, you can use the same technique as it works on but types of fiber. Although they are different materials you don’t have to call a professional cleaning service for minor stain removal. If you’re picky, you can also protect your furniture by calling a professional fabric protection service.

 

These are just three examples of common household stains – there are many more that could be mentioned! But with these easy tips, you should be able to remove most stains and get your carpets looking new again!

Wet Towel Blot up Carpet Stains

If you arent satisfied with the results of the above steps, we suggest using hydrogen peroxide and ammonia solution. Mix about two teaspoons of hydrogen peroxide with about one cup of ammonia and apply it to the stained area. Blot up using a clean towel until the stain is completely gone. grease stains are one of the most common household stains. grease stains are often caused by cooking, but they can be found on clothing and fabrics as well. grease stain removal is a difficult task that requires some patience and time in order to get rid of them completely!

Hopefully, you were able to get rid of that annoying embarrassing stain before your next chill session with friends and family! Enjoy the holidays with peace of mind next time you spill some cranberry sauce and can’t get it up!

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