Suggested Ways of Treating Specific Stains

Feb 21 08:27 2012 Ma. Theresa Galan Print This Article

Alcohol & wine - blot up the surplus spillage. Use detergent/vinegar solution. Work from the outer edge of the stain, using a little at a time and blotting up with dry cloths.

Blood - scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use detergent solution,Guest Posting starting at the outer edge and blotting dry. Follow with ammonia solution. Blot dry.

Chewing gum - scrape up with a blunt knife. Use dry cleaning solvent followed by detergent/vinegar solution. Blot dry.

Chocolate - scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use detergent solution, starting at the outer edge and blotting dry. Follow with ammonia solution. Blot dry.

Coffee - blot up the surplus spillage. Use detergent/vinegar solution. Work from the outer edge of the stain, using a little at a time and blotting up with dry cloths.

Egg - scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use detergent solution, starting at the outer edge and blotting dry. Follow up with ammonia solution. Blot dry.

Fats - scrape up with a blunt knife, use dry cleaning solvent followed by detergent / vinegar solution. Blot dry.

Fruit - scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use detergent solution, starting at the outer edge and blotting dry. Follow with ammonia solution. Blot dry.

Glue - scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use detergent solution, starting at the outer edge and blotting dry. Follow with ammonia solution. Blot dry.

Grass - scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use detergent solution, starting at the outer edge and blotting dry. Follow with ammonia solution. Blot dry.

Gravy - scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use detergent solution, starting at the outer edge and blotting dry. Follow with ammonia solution. Blot dry.

Grease - scrape with a blunt knife. Use dry cleaning solvent followed by detergent/vinegar solution. Blot dry.

Ice cream - scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use detergent solution, starting at the outer edge and blotting dry, follow with ammonia solution. Blot dry.

Lipstick - scrape up excess with a blunt knife. Use dry cleaning solvent, followed by detergent/vinegar solution. Blot dry.

Liquid foods - blot up the surplus spillage. Use detergent/vinegar solution. Work in from the outer edge of the stain, using a little at a time and blotting up with dry cloths.

Milk - blot up the surplus spillage. Use detergent solution. Work in from the outer edge of the stain and blotting dry. Follow with ammonia solution. Blot dry.

Nail polish - scrape up with a blunt knife. Use dry cleaning solvent followed by detergent/vinegar solution Blot dry.

Oil - scrape up with a blunt knife. Use dry cleaning solvent followed by detergent/vinegar solution. Blot dry.

Perfume - blot up surplus spillage. Use detergent/vinegar solution. Work in from the outer edge of the stain, using a little at a time and blotting up with dry cloths.

Shoe polish - scrape up with a blunt knife. Use dry cleaning solvent followed by detergent/vinegar solution. Blot dry.

Soft drinks - blot up surplus spillage. Use detergent/vinegar solution. Work from the outer edge of the stain, using a little at a time and blotting up with dry cloths.

Tar - scrape up with a blunt knife. Use dry cleaning solvent followed by detergent/vinegar solution. Blot dry.

Tea - blot up surplus spillage. Use detergent/vinegar solution. Work in from the outer edge of the stain, using a little at a time and blotting up with dry cloths.

Urine - blot up surplus spillage. Use detergent/vinegar solution. Work in from the outer edge of the stain, using a little at a time and blotting up with dry cloths.

Vomit - scrape up with a blunt knife. Use dry cleaning solvent followed by detergent/vinegar solution. Blot dry.

Wax - scrape up with a blunt knife. Use dry cleaning solvent followed by detergent/vinegar solution. Blot dry.

 

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Ma. Theresa Galan
Ma. Theresa Galan

Graeme Stephens has been running the largest owned carpet cleaning company
in new Zealand for 24 years. IICRC qualified "master restoration technician"


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