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    Remove red wine stain from beige carpet?

    Cleaners

    Please help. Dog knocked over red wine onto the carpet and its left a stain. How can I get rid of the red stain?

    Asked by Adam on 21st May 2020
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    MARVELLOUS CLEANS LTD

    "You would need to book a carpect cleaning service to proffesionally remove the stain.

    We are carpet specialist and can remove wine stains from carpets and rugs along with our other cleaning services."

    Answered on 21st May 2020 - Member since Jan 2019 - report
    Fatboijohnny

    "The baking soda method
    • Pour cold water or white wine (if you have any) over the red wine stain.
    • Soak up what you can with a clean, dry towel.
    • Repeat until the stain has faded considerably.
    • Mix baking soda and water into a thick paste.
    • Spread a thick layer of the paste over the stain.
    • Cover with a clean cloth, weighed down with a heavy book, and leave overnight.
    • Remove the majority of the baking soda with a spoon.
    • Hoover up any remaining baking soda.
    or
    The soda water method
    • Pour the soda water onto the stain.
    • Blot the area with a clean, dry towel.
    • Repeat.
    • If you have salt handy, follow these steps with ‘the salt method’ outlined above.
    Remember: whatever method you choose, there’s never any substitute for professional help. If you’ve carefully followed the advice above and you’re not happy with the results, or you’d rather not risk having a go yourself, then contact a professional carpet or rug cleaner."

    Answered on 21st May 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    Tudor decor

    "Use the pink stuff can be bought at any local stores"

    Answered on 10th Jun 2020 - Member since Jun 2020 - report
    Quartz Cleaning

    "Prepare a cleaning solution: Add a tablespoon of hand dishwashing soap and a tablespoon of white vinegar to two cups of warm water. Using white cloth, only – so pigment from the cloth doesn't bleed into your carpet – apply a small pour onto the stain, blotting frequently until the stain vanishes.
    hope this helps,"

    Answered on 19th Jul 2020 - Member since Nov 2019 - report

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