How to Remove Mustard Stains from a Carpet

It can be nearly impossible to remove a mustard stain from a carpet if the stain has already dried. However, if you act quickly and tackle the stain immediately, you can easily remove the mustard from your carpet before it leaves a permanent stain.

  1. Use a spoon to scoop up any excess mustard from the carpet. If the stain is small, like one or two drops of mustard, you can skip this step and move on the next one.
  2. Dampen a clean towel with cool water and blot as much of the mustard out of the carpet. Do not rub, but blot as working from the outside of the stain toward the centre. Blot with the dampened towel until no more mustard comes out, then proceed with the next step.
  3. Carpet cleaning Soho team suggest a cleaning solution of 1 cup of warm water with ¼ teaspoon of mild liquid dish detergent. Dip another clean towel into the solution and blot the remaining stain as rinsing the towel often. Keep blotting until the stain vanishes.
  4. If the mustard stain persists, use a steam cleaning machine with the recommended cleaning product to completely remove the stain. Once the stain is gone, cover the wet area with a dry, clean towel and place something heavy on to for weight. Let the towel soak up the excess moisture overnight.
  5. Once the carpet is dry, vacuum it in several direction to restore the normal state of the nap.

If the mustard stain has already dried, it would be very difficult for you to remove the stain completely. However, consider hiring professionals, such as carpet cleaning Soho team, to come in and try remove the mustard stain. These professional cleaners use specialized equipment and the chances to get the stain completely out of your carpet are very high.

November 2, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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