Stain Removal Tips From PetSafe Vancouver Carpet And Upholstery Cleaning
Oh no! If there’s anything worse than getting a bad cut or injury, it’s finding out after that blood has stained your carpet or upholstery.
Thankfully PetSafe Vancouver Carpet Cleaning Service has some tips and tricks to remove fresh or dried blood stains from your carpet, fabric and upholstery. And the best part is that you probably have everything you need right at home already.
Follow PetSafe Carpet Cleaning Vancouver’s step-by-step instructions to remove blood stains from your carpet and upholstery below. Keep in mind time is a factor, and you will want to act quickly for the best results.
- If the blood has dried, use a brush or something similar to loosen the stain without damaging the fabric.
- Fill a bowl with two cups of COLD water, then mix in 1 tsp of dishwashing detergent.
- Take a clean white cloth or rag and dip it into the soapy solution you just mixed.
- Blot directly onto the blood stain and repeat until the stain has disappeared.
If this does not work to clean all the blood off your carpet or upholstery, follow these steps instead.
- Mix 1 tsp of ammonia with 1/2 cup of WARM water.
- Use a sponge or cloth and dip it into the solution. Then TEST the solution on a non-visible or inconspicuous part of the carpet or upholstery to ensure the solution does not damage the fabric.
- After waiting a few minutes to make sure no damage has occurred, use the cloth or sponge and directly apply the ammonia solution to the blood stain.
- Have a bowl of plain cold water ready for rinsing.
- After applying the ammonia solution to the blood, use a separate sponge, dip it into the clean water and apply to the stain, then blot dry.
If a more natural cleaning approach is more to your liking, and you prefer not to use chemicals or detergents, Follow PetSafe Vancouver Carpet Cleaning tips below.
- Fill a spray bottle with cold water.
- Spray the blood stain with the cold water.
- If the stain is big, spray from the outside and work your way inward. This method will prevent the blood from spreading and bleeding out onto a larger area of the carpet.
- Use a wet/dry vacuum to suck out the remaining moisture. If a wet/dry vac is not available, use a dry towel to blot the stain.
- Repeat steps 1-4 until blood stains disappear.
- To dry the area faster, point a fan directly onto the stain.
If you still can’t remove the blood stains from the carpet or fabric after attempting these methods, you may want to call PetSafe Vancouver Carpet Cleaning Service for more specialized treatments.
These treatments are suggestions only, and PetSafe Vancouver Carpet And Upholstery Cleaning are not liable for any damage caused by the use of suggestions in this stain removal guide.
Oil Stain Removal From Carpet And Upholstery
Oil stains, whether cooking or motor, can be the most difficult stains to remove from your carpets and fabric. Thankfully the pros at PetSafe Surrey Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning have some tips to help you tackle these nasty oil stains yourself.
PLEASE NOTE: With any stain removal, the faster you treat the stain, the better. And when using solutions or chemicals, it’s crucial to test an inconspicuous part of the fabric to make sure not to cause damage.
How To Remove Cooking Oil Stains From Carpet And Upholstery
- Start by getting clean paper towels and blot the towel until no more oil appears. Make sure to blot and avoid rubbing the oil stain in deeper.
- Using a clean cloth apply small amounts of rubbing alcohol directly to the oil stain. Be sure to blot, and never wipe to avoid the stain spreading to other areas of the carpet or fabric.
- Then mix 4 cups of water with 1/4 teaspoon of dishwashing soap. (make sure the detergent does not contain bleach or lanolin).
- With a clean sponge, apply the soapy mixture directly to the oil stain. Keep blotting until the oil stain is no longer visible.
- After soapy treatment, remember to rinse and blot dry with a clean towel with fresh water to remove the soapy residue.
If this method does not work, give the following a try.
How To Remove Motor Oil Stains From Carpet And Upholstery
- Use a butter knife or edge of a credit card to scrape off excess oil. Don’t press too hard, as you don’t want to damage the fabric or carpet.
- Take some baking soda or corn starch and sprinkle a bit directly on the motor oil stain.
- Let it sit for about 15 minutes.
- Vacuum the carpet
- Apply a tiny bit of dry cleaning solution to a clean cloth, then apply to the oil stain.
- Blot again with a clean cloth. If the stain is still visible, make a solution mixing 2 cups of warm water along with 1 tbsp white vinegar and 1 tbsp of liquid dishwashing soap.
- Apply this solution to a sponge and blot onto any remaining oil stains.
- Rinse with clean cold water and allow to dry.
If you still cannot remove the cooking or motor oil stains yourself, you may need a professional carpet cleaning service such as PetSafe Surrey Carpet Cleaning.
These treatments are suggestions only, and PetSafe Surrey Carpet And Upholstery Cleaning are not liable for any damage caused by the use of suggestions in this stain removal guide.
Wine Stain Removal From Carpet And Upholstery
Somedays, there is nothing better than a nice glass of red wine after a long hard day. But when an accidental wine spill happens on your carpet or upholstery, your relaxed mood can quickly turn into panic. And with wine stains being so noticeable, you must act fast if you stand any chance of getting rid of it yourself.
Here are some steps that the professionals at PetSafe Langley Carpet Cleaning have put together to help you get those unsightly wine stains out.
- With paper towels or white cloth, try to blot and absorb as much of the wine stain as possible. The more you blot, the less you will have to remove.]
- Next, pour cold water directly onto the wine stain. The water will dilute the rest of the stain while making blotting easier. Keep doing this until no more of the stain comes out on its own.
- Then make a baking soda paste by mixing a 3-1 ratio of water to baking soda. Then apply it to the stain. After the paste is dry, vacuum the stain.
If the previous method didn’t work, try the following provided you have white vinegar on hand.
- Blot the wine stain with a paper towel or a white cloth.
- In a bowl, mix 1 tbsp of dishwashing soap 1 tbsp of white vinegar and 2 cups of warm water.
- Use a clean sponge and apply vinegar/soap solution directly to the wine stain.
- Repeat until the stain has is removed.
- Use clean water and rinse the soap away after done.
If you still cannot remove the wine stains yourself, you may need a professional carpet cleaning service such as PetSafe Langley Carpet Cleaning.
These treatments are suggestions only. PetSafe Langley Carpet And Upholstery Cleaning are not liable for any damage caused by the use of suggestions in this stain removal guide.
Grass Stain Removal From Carpet And Upholstery
Whether you’re having fun on the soccer field with your kids or spending the afternoon sprucing up your garden, unsightly grass stains seem to have a way of showing up on your carpet and upholstery.
So here are some tips from the PetSafe Cloverdale Carpet Cleaning Professionals to help eliminate the grass stains from your upholstery and carpets.
How To Remove Grass Stains From Carpet And Upholstery – Method 1
- Mix 1/4 teaspoon of laundry detergent along with 1 cup of COLD water.
- Use a clean white cloth and dip it into the soapy mixture.
- Start by blotting from the outside of the grass stain and working your way in toward the middle. Remember to avoid rubbing the stain in worse.
- Keep blotting, continuously checking the white towel to check how much of the green grass stain is transferring onto the towel.
- Repeat until the grass stain is no longer visible.
- Use clean water and a clean new towel and rinse away soapy residue.
- Dry with fan
If this method of grass stain removal does not work, try the following.
How To Remove Grass Stains From Carpet and Upholstery – Method 2
- Vacuum out as much of the grass stain as possible.
- Add a tiny bit of mild laundry detergent directly onto the stain.
- Rinse the stain with cold clean water. Continue blotting.
- Apply an ammonia-based solution directly on the stain. Continue blotting.
- Now add some white vinegar directly onto the stain. Continue blotting.
- Rinse with clean cold water and continue blotting until the area is rinsed and dry.
If you still cannot remove the grass stains yourself, you may need a professional carpet cleaning service such as PetSafe Coquitlam Carpet Cleaning.
These treatments are suggestions only. PetSafe Coquitlam Carpet And Upholstery Cleaning are not liable for any damage caused by the use of suggestions in this stain removal guide.
Mustard Stain Removal From Carpet And Upholstery
Mustard is one of the most popular condiments for your hot dogs and hamburgers, but one accident and a mustard stain can be one of the harder stains to remove from your carpet and upholstery.
So here are some ways to help eliminate the mustard stains from your upholstery and carpets after your summer barbecue, courtesy of the professionals at PetSafe Surrey Carpet And Upholstery Cleaning Services.
How To Remove Mustard Stains From Your Carpet – Method 1
- When you discover the mustard stain, avoid over-scrubbing the stain. Doing so will make the stain soak into the fibres worse. Instead, blot the stain with a clean cloth to remove as much excess mustard as possible.
- Now, blot the stained carpet with a solution composed of two cups of WARM water and 1 tbsp of dishwashing soap.
- In a separate bowl, mix three parts of powdered dishwashing detergent to one part of hydrogen peroxide. The purpose of this is to create a paste.
- Using a butter knife or spatula, spread the paste on the mustard stain.
- Then take a clothing steam iron, set it to the lowest setting and hold it up to the stain WITHOUT touching the carpet. Hold for 30 seconds to one minute to loosen the stain.
- Next, take a clean towel and dip it into cold, clean water. Now blot the carpet, removing any excess mustard stains.
- Finally, pat dry the area with a clean cloth. The mustard stain should be gone!
If this method of mustard stain removal didn’t work, try the following.
How To Remove Mustard Stains From Your Carpet – Method 2
- Carefully remove any excess mustard without scrubbing it in worse.
- Pour Club Soda directly onto the mustard stain, allow to sit for a few seconds, then blot with a clean towel.
- If the stain is still visible, spray a mixture of 1 teaspoon detergent and 2 cups of warm water onto the carpet. Let sit for 5-10 minutes.
- Rinse the carpet with cold water, and pat dry.
If you still cannot remove the mustard stains yourself, you may need a professional carpet cleaning service such as PetSafe Maple Ridge Carpet Cleaning.
These treatments are suggestions only. PetSafe Maple Ridge Carpet And Upholstery Cleaning are not liable for any damage caused by the use of suggestions in this stain removal guide.