Stain Removal Techniques for Coffee Stain

“How to remove a Coffee Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a COFFEE STAIN

· Act fast while the stain is still wet. Blot the spilled coffee with a paper towel as much as you can but do not scrub to avoid bruising the texture.

· Mix the warm water, dishwashing liquid and vinegar in a bowl. Damp a cloth in a solution then wipe the stain a little at a time. Then, blot the stain with a dry cloth

· For black coffee stains, take some mild liquid detergent and place directly onto a damp sponge. Gently rub the stain with the sponge in a circular motion. Coffee stains should gradually disappear.

· If the stain still remains, sponge it with dry cleaning solvent. Damp another cloth in the stained area until it disappears.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Butter Stain

“How to remove a Butter Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a BUTTER STAIN

· Remove the excess butter stain with a cloth, paper towels, napkins or any clean absorbent materials.

· Using a cornstarch or baking-soda, sprinkle it over the area to work it into the fibers. Let it sit for about an hour then vacuum the cornstarch or soda afterwards.

· Apply a little liquid detergent to the stain or liquid dish soap if stains are tough. Using a toothbrush or your fingers, scrub the detergent into the carpet and let it sit for 3-5 minutes so it has a chance to break down the grease.

· Pour a little water onto the area and blot it up carefully with a clean, absorbent cloth right away. Work from the outside edges to the center to avoid spreading. Repeat until all of the soap is removed.

  • Absorb any extra water with a paper towel or cloth towel.

· Alternative solutions: mix 1/4 teaspoon mild liquid dish soap with one cup warm water. Vinegar Solution: mix 2 tablespoons white vinegar with 4 cups warm water

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Cheese Stain


“How to remove a Cheese Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a CHEESE STAIN

· Immediately blot up as much of the cheese stain as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin.

· Mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent with two cups of warm water then sponge the stain. You could also use ammonia solution; but do not mix it with chlorine.

  • Repeat step until all stains disappeared.

· Once all the stains are removed, blot the moisture area until all liquid is absorbed. Blot to dry.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Chewing Gum Stain

“How to remove a Chewing Gum Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a CHEWING GUM STAIN

· (Freeze) – Use an ice until the gum gets hard. Carefully Scrape it or rub it from the carpet or upholstery.

· Sponge with a cleaning fluid. Apply a dry spotter to the stain and cover with an absorbent pad dampened with the dry spotter and let it stand as long as any stained is being removed.

· Change the pad as it picks up the stain. Keep the stain and pad moist with the dry spotter.

· If stain remains, reapply the dry spotter and cover. Check those after few minutes then pressing hard against the stain will be so helpful.

· Alternative: If you can buy a “goof off” (a product use to removing chewing gums) from store then it is easier to remove gums.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

To prepare dry spotter:

Combine 1 part coconut oil and 8 parts liquid dry-cleaning solvent. Mix them well and apply it to stain area. Mineral oil may be substituted for the coconut oil, but is not quite as effective.

Stain Removal Techniques for Beer Stains


“How to remove a Beer Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a “BEER STAIN”.

· Blot liquids carefully before solution using a white cloth, paper towels or any absorbent materials. Pretest any spot removal solutions before applying it to spots.

· Mix 1/4 teaspoon mild liquid dish soap with one cup warm water. You can also use vinegar; just mix 2 tablespoons white vinegar with 4 cups warm water. When applying it, use a bottle spray and blot gently to remove excess moisture.

· Apply light solutions to white cloth and work in gently without rubbing aggressively to avoid damaging the texture. It is best to clean it from the edges to the center to help stop spreading.

· Total removal of the spot takes time. You may have to repeat this steps several times

· When removed, rinse area with cold water then blot all the area until all moisture is remove then apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.

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If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for an Asphalt Stain

How to remove an Asphalt stain from Carpets and Upholstery General Instruction: Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage. Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer. It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage.  Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them. Follow the Simple methods on how to remove ASPHALT STAIN.

  • For light Asphalt stains: If the spot is in surface only, Apply Isopropyl rubbing alcohol using an absorbent materials like clean white cloth, white paper towel or cotton balls and rub in one direction at a time. Avoid rubbing in circular motion as it will only destroy the texture of the carpet or upholstery. Use a blotting motion until the spot is removed or no color is transferred to the cloth.
  If not remove then proceed to next solution. ~  
  • For heavy Asphalt stains. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution on the spot. Make the detergent solution by mixing 1/4 Teaspoon of hand dish washing detergent which does not contain Lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water. Allow the cleaning solution to remain on the spill for at least five minutes. Continue applying detergent solution and blotting with white paper or towel until spot is removed.
 
  • Once the stain is removed, place layers of white paper towel on the site to absorb any moisture. Weight down the towels with a non-staining glass or ceramic object. You can let them sit overnight. When the carpet is dry, vacuum to restore the texture.
   
  •  If stain still remains apply 3% hydrogen peroxide let stand for one hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. No rinsing is necessary. Use paper towel to help dry and that's it.
  If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Chocolate Stain

“How to remove a Chocolate Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a CHOCOLATE STAIN

· Remove any remaining chocolates from the affected area with a plastic spoon or any scrapping tools. Avoid scrubbing as this may rub any remaining pieces into the fabric. Prepare 2 cups of cold water in a container and mix 1 tablespoon of liquid dish soap or mix 2 tablespoons white vinegar with 4 cups warm water

· Using the solution you mixed, dampen a clean cloth to remove the chocolates. Always remember to start cleaning from the outside edge to avoid spoiling the stain. Do it slowly.

· Rinse the affected area by wiping it with a clean, damp cloth and wipe it with a dry towel to remove any moisture. Let dry.

· Using dry-cleaning solvent, apply 2-3 drops directly onto the affected area. Blot the area using this towel until the chocolate stain has completely disappeared.

  • When the carpet is dry, vacuum to restore the texture.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Technique for Candle Wax Stain

“How to remove an Asphalt stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction:  Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage. Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer. It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them. Follow the Simple methods on how to remove ASPHALT STAIN.
  • For light Asphalt stains: If the spot is in surface only, Apply Isopropyl rubbing alcohol using an absorbent materials like clean white cloth, white paper towel or cotton balls and rub in one direction at a time. Avoid rubbing in circular motion as it will only destroy the texture of the carpet or upholstery. Use a blotting motion until the spot is removed or no color is transferred to the cloth.
  • If not remove then proceed to next solution.
  • For heavy Asphalt stains. Apply a small quantity of detergent solution on the spot. Make the detergent solution by mixing 1/4 Teaspoon of hand dish washing detergent which does not contain Lanolin or bleach with 1 quart of water. Allow the cleaning solution to remain on the spill for at least five minutes. Continue applying detergent solution and blotting with white paper or towel until spot is removed.
  • Once the stain is removed, place layers of white paper towel on the site to absorb any moisture. Weight down the towels with a non-staining glass or ceramic object. You can let them sit overnight. When the carpet is dry, vacuum to restore the texture.
  • If stain still remains apply 3% hydrogen peroxide let stand for one hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. No rinsing is necessary. Use paper towel to help dry and that’s it.
  • If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for a Blood Stain

“How to remove a Blood Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

  General Instruction: Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage. Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer. It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them. Removing blood stains from a carpet can be very difficult. It is important to remember that the cleaning ingredients must be COLD. Also before applying any liquid cleaners gently scrape away any solid or semi solid material with a blunt spatula or spoon taking care not to damage the fabric. Follow these simple methods for removing a BLOOD STAIN
  • Do not wait for the blood to stay any longer at the carpet or upholstery. Blot up immediately as much of the liquid blood stain as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin.
  • Using detergent solution, mix 1/4 teaspoon mild liquid dish soap with one cup warm water or use ammonia solution, mix 2 tablespoons clear, white non-suds ammonia and 4 cups cold water. Baking soda and salt are also applicable and know to be best blood stain absorber. On the blood stain, place some baking-soda or salt and wet it with small amount of water. Leave it for few minutes and then blot it out until moisture is removed. Afterwards, vacuum the area to completely dry up the surface.
  • Wet the area with soapy water using spray bottle and blot.
  • Rinse the area thoroughly with clean water. Blot until all moisture is absorbed.
  • Repeat the formula with the neutral detergent to remove any stain that might still appear to be in the carpet or upholstery.
  • If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Cola Stain

“How to remove a Cola Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a COLA STAIN

· Removed any spill as soon as possible. Wet the area with cold water and blot it with clean paper towel or cloth. Carefully rub the spill gently without spreading it. Blot until no color transferred to the cloth.

· Apply any solutions to the stained area and leave it at least 5-10 minutes. If you are using liquid solution, it would be best to use bottle spray.

· Gently brush the affected area with a toothbrush. Do not scrub too hard, as this might cause the stain to spread or go deeper into the fibers.

· Afterwards, blot the stains with Paper or cloth towel. Press against the stain until you cannot see any color transfer to the cloth.

· Tap with paper towel to help dry the wet area. You could also use fan and vacuum.

· Remember not to use detergents and solution that may cause discoloration to the carpets.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Solutions:

* Mix 1 tablespoon of liquid dish washing detergent with 2 cups of cold water to make a detergent solution.

* Mix 1 tablespoon of ammonia with 1/2 cup of cold water in a spray bottle.

* Fill up a small bowl with cold water and add enough salt to the mixture until it becomes a thin paste.

* 3% of Hydrogen Peroxide to moisten the stain and allow it to stay for several hours.

Stain Removal Techniques for a Crayon Stain

“How to remove a Crayon Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a CRAYON STAIN

· Remove as much crayon as possible with a plastic or dull knife or any blunt edged tool that may not cause damage to the carpet.

· Apply a solution that will not discolor or damage the texture of the carpet or upholstery. Leave the solutions to the stain area for several minutes. When it is soft already, use soft/gentle brush to scrub the stain.

· If stain still remains, repeat the process again. Blot with a dry cleaning cloth or paper to help dry the area.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Solutions:

* Mix 1 tablespoon of liquid dish washing detergent with 2 cups of cold water to make a detergent solution.

* Mix 1 tablespoon of ammonia with 1/2 cup of cold water in a spray bottle.

* Fill up a small bowl with cold water and add enough salt to the mixture until it becomes a thin paste.

* 3% of Hydrogen Peroxide

Stain Removal Techniques for a Dirt Stain

“How to remove a Dirt Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a DIRT Stain.

· Start by vacuuming the floor or carpets completely to remove dirt/dust or soil.

· With any detergent solutions mix with water, place it onto a bottle spray and apply it to the carpets.

· Use a soft-bristled brush or cloth to gently work the soap into the carpet fibers. Allow the soap about 15-25 minutes to stay in the carpets but do not let it dry.

· Spray water again or rinse it after soaking with soap. Use vacuum to make it dry and switch on the fan to allow carpets to completely dry.

· If you are just cleaning some small part of the carpets, just spray the stain area with detergent solution and soak it for several minutes. Rinse with water after soaking and blot with a clean cloth to allow the area to dry.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Dye Stain

“How to remove a Dye Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a DYE STAIN
  • Upholstery and Carpet

o Dye stains or concentrated dyes can spread rapidly and may cause discoloration of the carpet. Act immediately to remove them. Wear any kinds of gloves when blotting the spilled dye and carefully press it against to avoid spreading.

o Mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of cool water.

o Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the detergent/vinegar solution. Leave it on the stain for at least 30 minutes, blotting every five minutes with a clean white cloth and more solution.

o Sponge with cold water and blot until the liquid is absorbed

o Sponge the stain with rubbing alcohol. Blot to remove the stain. Sponge with cold water again.

o If the stain remains, mix one teaspoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of ammonia with two cups of cool water. Sponge the stain with this solution. Leave it on the stain for at least 30 minutes, blotting every five minutes with a clean white cloth and more solution.

o If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Egg (raw) Stain

“How to remove an Egg (raw) Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing an EGG (RAW) STAIN

· Scrape off excess eggs. Blot with a napkin or a paper towel to remove all the eggs as possible.

· Mix a solution of warm water, small amount of vinegar and detergent. Apply the solution to the stain area and blot with napkin until all moisture is absorbed.

· Repeat the process if stain is not completely removed and be sure to let the wet area dry. You could also use ammonia to resolve the stain problem. Just mix one table spoon of ammonia to 2 cups of warm water.

· Sponge the stain with ammonia solution and blot until all the liquid is absorbed. Dry the carpet.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Fruit Juice Stain

“How to remove a Fruit Juice Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a “FRUIT JUICE STAIN”.

· Don’t wait for the juice to dry on the carpet. It will become hard to remove them if they stay longer. Immediately blot up as much juice as possible with a white cotton cloth or a paper towel.

· Apply a solution that will not damage the color and texture of the carpet or upholstery. Use a bottle spray to wet the stained area. Do not overly wet the carpet as it will only result to spreading the stain and remember not to scrub the area too aggressively.

· Blot out until no color will attach to the paper towel or cloth and all moisture has been absorbed. Press hard against the wet area to help dry the carpet.

· Repeat the steps a few times if stain still remains. You can use detergent to solve the problem. Mix it with water and apply to the stain area. Allow it to stay for several minutes but do not let it dry. Blot with a cotton cloth or any absorbent materials to absorb all the liquid.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Furniture Polish Stain

“How to remove a Furniture Polish stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a FURNITURE POLISH STAIN.

· Immediately blot up as much of the Furniture Polish stain as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin.

· Apply non-flammable dry cleaning fluid or a liquid spot remover as furniture polish is very attractive to burning. You could also use detergent solution; just mix 1/4 teaspoon mild liquid dish soap with one cup warm water.

· Allow the solution to stay for 10-15 minutes and blot it with cleaning cloth or paper towel to absorb the moisture.

· Repeat the process if stain still appears. Make sure to dry the carpet after applying any formula.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Glue Stain

“How to remove a Glue stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a GLUE STAIN.

· Act immediately when you see a glue spot on your carpet as Glues are quick drying, hard to remove and very sticky. If the glue is still wet, dab it with a paper towel.

· If the glue has hardened already, scrape the excess glue spots with a sharp knife or pair of scissors and carefully remove them to avoid damage of the carpet.

· Get a paper towel or cloth and tap them above the stain. Use iron to heat them and when they melt, the paper or cloth will automatically absorb the liquid.

  • Repeat the process until all glue stain is not visible.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Grape Stains

“How to remove a Grape Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a “GRAPE STAIN”.

· Don’t wait for the juice to dry on the carpet. It will become hard to remove them if they stay longer. Immediately blot up as much juice as possible with a white cotton cloth or a paper towel.

· Apply a solution that will not damage the color and texture of the carpet or upholstery. Use a bottle spray the stained area. Do not overly wet the carpet as it will only result to spreading the stain and remember not to scrub the area so aggressively.

· Blot out until no color will attach to the paper towel or cloth and all moisture has been absorbed. Press hard against the wet area to help dry the carpet.

· Repeat the steps a few times if stain still remains. You can use detergent to solve the problem. Mix it with water and apply to the stain area. Allow it to stay for several minutes but do not let it dry. Blot with a cotton cloth or any absorbent materials to absorb all the liquid.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Solutions:

* Mix 1 tablespoon of liquid dish washing detergent with 2 cups of cold water to make a detergent solution.

* Mix 1 tablespoon of ammonia with 1/2 cup of cold water in a spray bottle.

* Fill up a small bowl with cold water and add enough salt to the mixture until it becomes a thin paste.

* 3% of Hydrogen Peroxide to moisten the stain area and allow the formula to sit on for several hours.

Stain Removal Techniques for a Gravy Stain

“How to remove a Gravy stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a GRAVY STAIN.

· Blot up immediately as much of the Gravy stain as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin.

· Sprinkle cornstarch, salt or a baking soda to the stain and sprinkle a small amount of water and leave it for 10-15 minutes.

· Blot until all the solvent is absorb, it would be helpful if you press the absorbent material you are using against the stain.

  • Repeat the process until all the stain disappears.

· If the stain remains, mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water. Sponge the stain with this solution. Blot until the liquid is absorbed. Sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the detergent/vinegar solution.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Hand Lotion Stain

“How to remove a Hand Lotion stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a HAND LOTION STAIN.

· Immediately blot up excess Hand Lotion stain as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin.

· Sprinkle baking soda, cornstarch or any absorbent solution on the stain area. Leave it for about 10-15 minutes.

· Blot the solvent solution and spray the stain area with a small amount of water mix with soap to make it wet. Brush or rub gently to remove all the stain.

· Using a paper towel or a cloth, dampen it above the area to help it dry. Press hard against until all liquid is absorbed.

  • Vacuum the area to finish drying or switch on Fan.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for an Ice Cream Stain

“How to remove an Ice Cream Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing an ICE CREAM Stain.

· Blot up immediately as much of the Ice Cream Stain as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin.

· Mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent with two cups of warm water.

· Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the detergent solution.

  • Rinse with water and blot until the liquid is absorbed.
  • Repeat the process if the stain still remains.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Ink Stains

“How to remove an Ink stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing an INK STAIN.
· Ballpoint/ Ball pen

o Blot up any Excess ink using a paper towel or a napkin. Do not rub the stain to avoid it from spreading as it is not easy to remove it.

o To help soften the ink, you can use a hair spray or apply a rubbing alcohol or detergent solution to the stain after blotting. Leave it for few moments to dry.

o Work from the outside of the stained area towards the center and switch to a new section of cloth frequently to keep from spreading the stain.

  • Permanent Inks

o Moisten the ink stain with either rubbing alcohol or non-oily hairspray.

o Once you begin to lightly blot the ink stain from the carpet, you should start to see the color transfer onto the towel.

o Once the area is stain-free, dab the area with a towel dipped in lukewarm water.

o If this method doesn’t remove all of the permanent ink stain from your carpet, repeat the above. Older stains may take several applications to be removed completely.

  • Water-based Ink

o Mix 1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid with lukewarm water.

o Dip the towel into water, and then dab the towel onto the ink stain.

o Rinse thoroughly. Air dry or dry with a hairdryer to avoid any watermarks on delicate fabric.

o Repeat this process until stain has disappeared.

v If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Iodine Stain

“How to remove an Iodine Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing an IODINE STAIN

· Iodine stain must be treated immediately to prevent permanent stain. Using a clean damp cloth dipped with water, sponge the stain area with water.

· Mix one tablespoon of household ammonia with a half-cup of water or use vinegar formula; mix one-third cup of white household vinegar with two-thirds cup of water.

· If stain persists, use a sodium thiosulfate; Add 1 teaspoon sodium thiosulfate to 1/2 cup warm water and stir until crystals are completely dissolved. Sponge the stain with this solution. Blot until the liquid is absorbed.

  • Flush well with clear water and then repeat if necessary.

· Blot with any absorbent material to dry the carpet. Switch on the fan or use hairdryer to completely dry the wet area.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for a Ketchup Stain

“How to remove a Ketchup Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a KETCHUP Stain.

· Using absorbent materials like napkins, paper towel or cloth, immediately blot up as much of the Ketchup Stain as possible. If the stain is older, scrape away dried ketchup with a plastic utensil or a dull knife.

· Mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent with two cups of cool water. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the detergent solution.

  • Dampen a cloth or sponge with cold water and blot the area.

· On carpets, place a clean dry pad over the area and weight it down. When no more liquid is being absorbed, allow to air dry thoroughly.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Kool Aid Stain

“How to remove a Kool Aid Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience and proper guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a “KOOL AID STAIN”.

· When Kool Aid stain is observed, immediately blot up as much of the stain as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin.

· Mix ½ teaspoon of detergent to a cup of water. Apply this solution to the stain with a piece of white cloth. White cloth will help you determine if all the stain is completely removed or not. Rub gently being careful not to spread the spill. Work from the outside to the center.

· If stain still remains, use vinegar solution; just mix 1 cup of vinegar to 2 cups of cold water. Apply this solution with a clean cloth and repeat the steps if necessary.

· Use ammonia solution if the stain persists. Apply it directly onto the remaining stain and blot from the outside in. There is a chance the ammonia may lighten the carpet slightly, so be sure to test the ammonia on a smaller area of carpet before applying a large amount.

· Once the Kool-Aid stain disappears, apply cold water directly to the stain to rinse the carpet. Blot up any remaining moisture.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Latex paint Stains

“How to remove a Latex paint Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience and proper guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a “LATEX PAINT STAIN”.

· Blot the spot to remove as much wet paint as possible. Do not scrub or you’ll push the paint further down into the carpeting.

· Mix a cup of lukewarm water with one teaspoon of dishwashing detergent and sponge the stain area.

· Work from the outside of the paint stain to the inside, gently blotting the affected area.

  • After letting the area dry completely, follow up by vacuuming.

If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for a Lipstick & Makeup Stain

“How to remove a Lipstick & Makeup Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a LIPSTICK & MAKEUP STAIN

* Prepare rubbing alcohol, hairspray, or ammonia for lipstick stains, mascara, rouge and liquid make up and dish soap or dry cleaning fluid for eye shadow, foundation, blush or any powdered makeup. For Liquid Foundation: 3 % hydrogen peroxide solution or non-flammable dry-cleaning solution

· Using paper towel or napkins blot up the makeup stain as much as you can.

· Using any solutions listed above, apply it carefully and gently to prevent stain from spreading.

· Rinse with clear water thoroughly and blot to dry. Tap a paper towel or cloth above the area to completely absorb all the moisture.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Magic Marker Stain

“How to remove a Magic Marker stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a MAGIC MARKER STAIN.

· Use a small amount of rubbing alcohol or hairspray that contains alcohol on a damp sponge and begin gently blotting at the stain.

· If rubbing alcohol does not remove the stain completely treat the area with a carpet stain remover according to product directions.

· Blot to dry. Tapping with absorbent cloth or paper towel above the wet area will be helpful to make drying faster.

· Alternative solution: Mix 1 part glycerin to 1 part liquid dish soap, cup of water and few drops of vinegar and shake them well. Squeeze enough to cover the stain and let sit for 30-40 minutes. Blot frequently and reapply solution as necessary.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Milk Stains

“How to remove a Milk Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a MILK Stain.

· Blot the spilled milk as much as you can with any absorbent material. Do not let the stain stay longer and let the carpet get too wet as it will only cause to spreading.

· Mix 1/4 teaspoon of a liquid dishwashing detergent for each (1) cup of lukewarm water and pour your solution into a spray bottle. Spray the area using the formula.

· Using a cloth or towel, gently work the formula into the area using light strokes from the edges of the stain to the center; at the center of the stain, lightly pinch the area in an upward motion. Do not rub the stain.

· If the stain is dry already, soak the fabric for five to ten minutes in cold water to stop the stain from setting.

· If the spot is not completely removed by the detergent solution, pour a small amount of 3% hydrogen peroxide on a clean cloth. Blot the stain from edge to center .

  • Repeat if necessary and then thoroughly rinse and blot.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Nail polish Stain

“How to remove an Nail polish Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper guides and tools to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing NAIL POLISH STAIN

· Immediately blot up the spilled nail polish as much as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin. Do not scrub the stain, as this may cause it to spread.

· Apply acetone, rubbing alcohol or hair spray to lift the stain. Get the stain wet by applying a small amount of water with detergent solution.

  • Scrub the affected area using toothbrush for 2-5 minutes.

· Blot the area with any absorbent material. Work from the outside through the inside. Rinse with the area with clean water and blot to dry or switch on your fan to air dry after blotting some of the moisture left.

· Repeat this process three to four times, or until the nail polish stain has disappeared.

Alternative Solution:

· After blotting the excess nail polish, sprinkle a baking soda or cornstarch over the stain. Leave for 5- 10 minutes to allow the stain to be absorbed.

· Vacuum the soda then blot the area with a clean cloth dipped into vinegar. Blot the area until the stain disappears. If you have a window cleaner, spray the stain to remove all the stain left over.

· Blot the area with a clean towel or any absorbent materials to absorb all the liquids. Switch on the fan to help dry the area.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Mustard Stain

“How to remove a Mustard Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a MUSTARD Stain.

· When stain is observed, take a clean cloth and blot the stain gently to remove as much mustard as possible.

· Mix 2 cups of warm water and 1 part of detergent then apply it to the stained area. Use a toothbrush to scrub and allow the formula to stay for few minutes.

  • Rinse with water then blot to dry.

· Use another formula if the matters persist. Try the solutions listed below:

* Mix 1 tablespoon of liquid dish washing detergent with 2 cups of cold water to make a detergent solution.

* Mix 1 tablespoon of ammonia with 1/2 cup of cold water in a spray bottle.

* Fill up a small bowl with cold water and add enough salt to the mixture until it becomes a thin paste.

* 3% of Hydrogen Peroxide to moisten the stain area and allow it to stay for several hours.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Paste Wax Stain

“How to remove a Paste Wax stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a PASTE WAX STAIN.

· If wax is still soft, rub with ice cube to harden and then scrape away. Gently scrape excess hardened wax with a dull or butter knife to remove as much as possible.

  • Vacuum away any small bits of wax that you have scraped off.

· Using the hot iron lay the paper over the wax and iron. Gently press the tip of the iron over the waxy area until it melts and adheres to the paper. Move the paper periodically and continue applying the iron, until the wax is absorbed.

· If any residue is left behind, blot with a dry cleaning solvent after testing in an inconspicuous spot first. Repeat the steps as necessary, with a clean cloth each time, until no wax remains.

Alternative Solution:

· Place a small amount of rubbing alcohol on the spot. Be careful not to allow the alcohol to absorb deeply into the carpet as it can loosen the glue that holds the fibers in place.

· Blot with a clean white cloth to remove. Repeat until the dye no longer appears on your carpet or shows on the cloth when blotted.

· Sponge with water to rinse the area and then blot again until dry.

· Cover stain with clean cloth or stack of paper towels and put heavy weight on top like books, plates etc. and set for several hours. You can also use hair dyer to dry it immediately. Vacuum to return fibers to normal texture.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Oil Base Paint Stain

“How to remove an Oil Base Paint stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing an OIL BASE PAINT STAIN.

· If the paint is still wet, blot up excess Oil Base Paint stain as much as possible using paper towels or napkins.

· If the paint stain is already dry, use a dull knife to remove large portion of the paint .You could also use steamer to soften the stain and blot the remaining stain as much as you can.

· Apply a rubbing alcohol or detergent solution to remove all the paint stain. Blot the area with paper towel or a soft cloth until no color will attach. Do not rub in circular motion if the paint is in the surface only, to prevent texture damage. Rub only in one direction at a time.

· Repeat the process until all paint stain is removed. Rinse with clean water using a spray bottle and blot the area to absorb all the excess moisture.

· If stain is not completely removed, then moisten the tufts in the stained area with 3% hydrogen peroxide. Let stand for an hour. Blot and repeat until carpet is stain free. Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no rinsing is necessary.

  • Call a professional cleaner if in trouble.

Stain Removal Techniques for Poop Stain

“How to remove a Poop Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a POOP STAIN

· Wear gloves and get a paint scraper and dustpan to gather up the bulk or excess poops.

· Wipe off excess poop that was not removed by the dustpan with a damp paper towel and try not to spread if further.

· Spray the stain with a pre-wash laundry stain remover. Using liquid dishwashing liquid, make up a bucket of cold soapy water

· Then scrub the stain using the soapy water and a cloth. Rinse the cloth out regularly.

· A scrubbing brush may be necessary. Repeat spraying and scrubbing until there is no stain visible.

  • Use paper towels, to absorb as much of the moisture as possible.

· To remove poop odor, use half a cup of 50/50 white vinegar and water and pour it over the stain. Once again use paper towels to absorb excess moisture.

· Rub a handful of baking soda into area and work it in with your fingers. Allow to dry, usually overnight. You can use a fan, heater or hair dyer to assist drying.

· When the baking powder is dry vacuum it up. Your carpet will smell sweet and fresh with no hint of poop odor.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Pet (Urine) Stain

“How to remove a Pet (Urine) Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple steps for removing a PET (URINE) Stain.
• Soak up the excess pet urine using paper towels or napkins. Press hard against the urine. Replace the paper towels with clean ones and repeat this until the excess moisture is absorbed.
• Spray the stain with a mixture of 3 parts water to one part vinegar.
• Blot it up, and allow it to dry. Once the stain is dry, sprinkle baking soda over it, and wet the baking soda with 3/4 cup of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide mixed with 1 tsp. of dish detergent.
• Scrub the baking soda mixture into the stain with a brush. Allow it to dry, and vacuum it up. Test a hidden area of your carpet with hydrogen peroxide first to ensure that it won't discolor the carpet.
• Ammonia and Vinegar Formula:
• Soak up as much of the urine as possible with paper towels, newspapers or rags. Fill a wet/dry vacuum with plain water. Put the stain through several rinse/extract cycles. Spray 7 to 1 water to ammonia mixture over the stain, and let it sit for several minutes to remove the stain. Blot it away, and spray the stain with 7 to 1 water to vinegar mixture. Let it sit for several minutes before blotting it up. This mixture will neutralize the ammonia. Repeat these last two steps a few times.
• After the area is dry sprinkle the area with baking soda. Baking soda will absorb any odor left behind that the vinegar didn't remove.
• If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service

Stain Removal Techniques for Red Wine

“How to remove a Red Wine Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a “RED WINE STAIN”.

· Act immediately when you observed a wine being spilled on your carpets. Blot up as much as stain as possible using a clean cloth or a paper towel.

· Pour the club soda or carbonated water onto a sponge. Also, salt soak overnight, 7 Up or Sprite soft drinks are helpful to lift the red wine stain out. Sponge the red wine stain carefully. Don't press down hard or rub at first. You will push the wine deeper into the carpet.

· Use a clean sponge or cloth that is wet with water and just a couple of drops of dishwashing liquid with no added bleach. Blot it well again.

· Finally, go over the area again, this time blotting and rinsing with plain, clean water. Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture. Apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow drying.

  • Repeat steps if necessary.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Pop Stain

“How to remove a Pop Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a POP STAIN

· Grab a cloth or paper towel and blot up as much of the pop stain as possible.

· Use plain water or mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water or;

· Measure out and pour 3 cups of lukewarm water into a container. Add 1 quarter cup of hydrogen peroxide to the water and mix well. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle to make the application easier.

· Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with plain water or the detergent/vinegar solution. Apply a little bit at a time, blotting frequently with a dry cloth until the stain disappears

· Sponge with cold water and press the towel on to the carpet to soak up the soda. Blot dry.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Rust

“How to remove a Rust Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a RUST Stain.

Things you need to have:

ü lemon or lemon juice and table salt

ü or Mild dishwashing soap and ammonia

ü or commercial rust removal product

· Using a spray bottle, spray lemon juice onto the affected area. Or you can use cotton balls, sponge to put the lemon juice onto the stain. Sprinkle salt onto the lemon juice. Do not use chlorine bleach as this will react with the rust and may intensify the discoloration.

· Allow the salt and juice to react with the stain for several hours. Refresh the lemon juice to keep the spot. Blot the stain with a clean white cloth or paper towel.

· Rinse the spot with cool water. You may repeat the process, if needed.

Alternative solution:

· Apply a mixture of 1/4 teaspoon mild liquid dish soap in one cup warm water. Thoroughly saturate the stain and allow the solution to react for at least 5 minutes. The surfactants in the detergent will help to lift the rust particles.

· Blot the stain with a clean white cloth or paper towel and rinse it with cool water.

· Repeat this process until the stain is removed or until no more discoloration is picked up by the cloth. Thoroughly rinse the spot with water to remove all traces of cleaning solution.

· If the rust stain persists, saturate the stain with a solution of 2 tablespoons ammonia in 4 cups warm water. Blot the spot with a white cloth or paper towel. Rinse the spot with cool water.

· For carpeting or upholstery, layer clean clothes or paper towels over the spot to remove any moisture.

Stain Removal Techniques for Rubber Cement

“How to remove a Rubber Cement stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a RUBBER CEMENT STAIN.

· Scrape off as much of excess Rubber Cement using a dull knife or a spoon.

· Rub petroleum jelly on the surface of the rubber cement stain. Wipe a cotton swab over the area to loosen more of the rubber cement and throw the cotton swabs in the trash.

· Pull all of the rubber cement up from the carpet using paper towels.

· Blot the stain with a rag soaked in dry cleaning solvent. Only blot enough on to cover the stain.

· Mix 1 tsp. of liquid dish washing soap and 1 tsp. of white vinegar to 2/3 cup of water. Blot this mixture onto the rubber cement stain. Continue until the cleaning solution has completely penetrated the stain.

· Rinse the area using a rag dampened with clear water. Gently blot the spot until the soap is no longer visible. Dry by patting the area dry with an absorbent towel.

· Blot until the liquid is absorbed. Sponge with cold water and blot dry.

· Switch on the fan to completely dry the area or use hair dyer to faster drying.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Shoe Polish

“How to remove a Shoe Polish stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a SHOE POLISH STAIN.

· Scrape off as much polish as possible using a dull knife, butter knife, plastic knife or any blunt edged object.

· Wipe it off after each scrape to avoid reapplying the polish. Do not push the stain further into the fibers by excess scraping.

· Blot with wet soapy sponge, scrubbing only gently to avoid damaging the carpet fibers. Rinse the sponge frequently in clean water to avoid spreading the stain.

  • Repeat as needed until the shoe polish is removed.

· Use a lanolin free, non bleach liquid detergent solution or a carpet shampoo and spot removal kits to remove the stains. You can also use a non-acetone nail polish remover or ethyl chloride on a cotton ball or white rag and gently rub the shoe polish stain. Apply the spot remover to the stains and continue sponging the area to remove shoe polish from carpet completely.

· Combine 1 tbsp of dish washing detergent with 1 tbsp of ammonia. Combine these two ingredients with 2 cups of warm water, and blot the stain with a clean washcloth and this solution. Continue to blot the area until the stain vanishes.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Soft Drink Stain

“How to remove a Soft Drink Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a SOFT DRINK STAIN

· As soon as the spillage occurs, use a clean white cloth, blot the area to remove as much of the liquid as possible from the carpet. Make sure you work from the outside toward the center to avoid spreading the stain.

  • Mix a teaspoon of liquid laundry detergent with a cup of water.

· Pour the solution onto the soft drink stain and blot up the stained area again. Use another clean dry cloth. Allow the area to dry fully.

  • Vacuum the stain area thoroughly, after it has dried.

· If the soda stain remains, try a carpet stain remover. Be sure to follow the instructions, and be wary of using too much cleaner. Excess cleaner is difficult to remove and can actually attract dirt in the future.

· Carpet shampoo and Hydrogen Peroxide formula– Mix a teaspoonful of carpet shampoo with a cupful of hydrogen peroxide. Soak a sponge into the solution. Then blot the sponge onto the stained carpet area until the stain fades. It is important not to squeeze the sponge and put too much of the solution onto the carpet as this can cause your natural carpet colour to fade. Once the stain has faded then the carpet area must be neutralized. Apply warm water to the spot and blot with a clean towel until dry.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Soil

“How to remove a Soil Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple steps for removing a SOIL Stain.

· Start by vacuuming the floor completely to remove any loose dirt and soil.

· Mix a detergent to 1 part of water. Place the mix solution to a spray bottle and spray the carpet.

· If you are cleaning an entire carpet, rather than spot cleaning, work in small sections.

· Use a soft-bristled brush or cloth to gently work the soap into the carpet fibers.

· Allow it to set on the stains for 15-20 minutes. Do not allow it to dry on the carpet.

· Rinse completely with clean, cold water. Spray water over the area and vacuum it away. If you are spot cleaning a stain, you can also blot the area with a clean cloth after moistening it with water to rinse.

· If the stains persist, combine 1 cup ammonia with one bucket of water.

  • Pour some of the mixture into a spray bottle.

· Spray the surface of the carpet and scrub gently with a soft cloth. This mixture can also be poured into the steam cleaner and applied/removed that way.

· Once the carpet is completely rinsed, allow it to air dry completely.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Tar

“How to remove a Tar stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a TAR STAIN.

· When tar stain is observed, immediately remove as much of the stain as you can. Blot the stain to remove any tar residue.

  • Vacuum the tar stain to get rid of any remaining particles.

· Mix warm water and ¼ cup of liquid dish soap. Apply this cleaning solution directly to the tar stain. Slowly work from the outside of the tar stain to the center, moving slowly inward so you don’t spread the stain further onto the carpet.

· Rinse the tar stain with cold water and repeat steps 1 through 4 until the stain disappears.

· If you’re able to use this method to successfully remove tar from carpet, place a dry paper towel directly onto the affected area. Weigh down the paper towels and allow them to soak up any moisture from the carpet. Leave overnight.

  • Vacuum the area.
    Immediately blot up as much of the Tar stain as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Soy Sauce

“How to remove a Soy Sauce Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a SOY SAUCE Stain.
· Blot up what you can with a clean pad. Then flush the stain with a solution of 1 quart warm water, 1/2 teaspoon liquid detergent, and 1 tablespoon white vinegar. Blot with a clean absorbent pad and rinse well with water.
· Drop 1 tbsp. of ammonia into 1/2 cup water. Using a different clean cloth, blot this into the carpet or upholstery on top of the detergent solution.
· Apply the detergent solution a second time, on top of the ammonia.
· Get a sponge and some clean water. Soak the sponge, wring it out and blot the soy sauce stains in your carpet.
· Take a clean cloth or paper towel to soak up as much of the soy sauce as you can. Do not rub the carpet.
· Get enough liquid laundry detergent to cover the stain completely and apply it to the affected area. Using your fingers, rub it in, but be gentle.
· Add a dash of white vinegar, lemon juice or mild bleach to the stain. Use a sponge to work the cleaning agent into the carpet.
· Rinse the stain. Repeat the application of laundry detergent and/or bleach, lemon juice or vinegar as needed until the stain is gone.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Vaseline

“How to remove a Vaseline stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a VASELINE STAIN.

· Mix a solution of 1 tsp mild non-bleach dish detergent with 1 cup lukewarm water. Apply this solution to a clean, white cloth; then press it against the stain area.

· Scrape off any solid material you may see on the stain with a spoon or spatula.

· Blot Vaseline stain with a soft, white towel. Dab a little of the dish detergent and water solution on the stain using a white towel.

· Apply a little dry-cleaning solvent on the upholstery stain using a spray bottle and blot the area. If you do not have dry-cleaning solvent, spray a small amount of isopropyl rubbing alcohol instead to the area and blot it well. Make certain you use only small amounts to avoid damaging the carpets or upholstery.

· Blot the detergent and lukewarm water solution onto the upholstery if you still see a Vaseline stain.

· Fill a spray bottle with tap water and rinse the area that had the stain. Blot the excess moisture with a soft, white towel.

· Place a pad of paper towels on the damp area and cover the towels with a brick to weigh them down. You can switch on the fan or use hair dyer to completely dry the area.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Tea

“How to remove a Tea Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.


Follow these simple methods for removing a “TEA STAIN”.
· Using a paper towel or dry absorbent cloth, blot as much tea stain as possible.
· Add a little water and soak up again until the color is gone.
· Dab stain with mild. Blot the tea stain until most of the liquid is removed.
· Pour a small amount of water directly onto the tea stain. This will dilute the stain, preventing further damage to the carpet.
· Apply a carpet stain remover directly on the affected area. Using store-bought solutions are a big help when attempting to remove tea stains on carpet.
· If the tea stain is still visible, mix a bit of white vinegar with a bit of water, and apply it directly onto stain using a sponge or dishcloth. Allow this to sit on the tea stain for 5 to 10 minutes.
· Rinse the affected area with cold water. The tea stain should no longer be visible.
· Pour one cup of baking soda into a bowl. Take a damp cloth and coat it with baking soda. Apply directly on the tea stain.
· Rinse the affected area with cold water.
· Mix a solution that contains two ounces of white vinegar and 4 ounces of warm water.
· Pour the solution into a spray bottle. Spray the mixture directly onto the stain and scrub with a clean cloth. Continue doing so until stain disappears.
· Take a wet cloth and try and absorb any tea that remains from the spill.
· Pour a generous amount of salt directly onto the stain, and follow with a bit of club soda.
· Rinse with cold water and repeat steps 1 and 2 as necessary.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for White Wine

“How to remove a White Wine Stain from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience and proper guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a “WHITE WINE STAIN”.

· Immediately blot up as much of the White Wine stain as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin.

· Apply new paper towels and continue to blot until no more white wine transfers to the paper towels.

· Mix 2 cups of warm water with 1 tbsp. each of dish washing liquid and white vinegar.

· Alternate between blotting the white wine stain in your carpet with a sponge dampened with the vinegar and detergent solution and dabbing at it with a dry cloth. Continue to alternate between cleaning and drying until you see the white wine stain lift.

· Rinse the vinegar and detergent from the carpet using a clean cloth dampened with clean water. Wick up the water using a dry cloth and allow the carpet to air dry.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.

Stain Removal Techniques for Glue Stain (school white)

“How to remove a Glue Stain (school white) from Carpets and Upholstery”

General Instruction : Removing Stains out of Carpets and Upholstery is not an easy job. It needs patience, proper tools and guides to completely get them out. Do not forget to look for the care instructions or any cautions provided by the manufacturer regarding safe use before cleaning otherwise you might end up having your carpets or upholstery being damage.

Pretesting the product you will be using for cleaning your upholstery and carpets is necessary to ensure it does not discolor, ruin the texture and create additional damage. Use a non-flammable solvent-based cleaner or a liquid spot remover from the grocery store or hardware store. (Do not use gasoline, lighter fluid or carbon tetrachloride). Use a solvent-type cleaner that is described by its manufacturer.

It is important to use absorbent materials on removing stains, blotting them gently with any mix solutions applicable and remember not to scrub your carpets and upholsteries aggressively to avoid damage. Do not let any stains remain on your carpets or upholstery for a long period of time as it will become harder to remove them.

Follow these simple methods for removing a GLUE STAIN (SCHOOL WHITE)

· Immediately blot up as much of the Glue Stain (school white) as possible using a soft, white, absorbent material like a towel or napkin.

· Mix one teaspoon of a neutral detergent with a cup of Luke-warm water. Blot.

· Neutralize with ammonia solution (Mix one tablespoon of household ammonia with a half cup of water). Apply ammonia formula using a spray bottle and blot to remove excess moisture.

· Repeat step one with the neutral detergent to remove any stain that might still appear to be in the carpet or upholstery.

· Rinse with tap water using a spray bottle, blot to remove excess moisture. Apply pad of paper towels and brick and allow to dry.

· If the stain persists after trying each solution listed, contact a professional cleaner for advice or service.