How to Clean Tea Stains From Carpet?

No matter how hard you try to prevent carpet stains, there is just no way to avoid them. Fortunately, there are a few useful tricks which can facilitate the cleaning process. You can use a few pantry and kitchen items which are already on hand to help remove tea and other stains if you act fast enough. Carpet cleaning Islington suggest the following steps in order to achieve better cleaning results:
As a start blot the tea stain using a white cloth or paper towel. Do not rub! You will only spread the stain and set it deeper into the carpet fibres. Blot until you get most of the tea stain up. (it means to repeatedly pressing directly down onto the spill).
Prepare a mixture of half cup of white vinegar and one cup of warm water. Pour in in a spray bottle and spray the tea stain. If you do not have a spray bottle, just carefully apply the mixture on the stain. Next, blot up the vinegar mixture with clean white cloth or paper towels. Do this until the towels come up clean.
Use another solution made of one teaspoon dish detergent and one cup warm water. Work it onto the tea stain if the vinegar did not remove it completely. After that again blot as much up as possible in order to remove the soap mixture and the tea stain. Spray or gently pour clear water on the stain. Blot and let the area air dry afterwards.
Inspect the area after about an hour. If any of the tea stain remains use a solution made of one teaspoon of peroxide and one cup of warm water. Spray and blot again until the stain is gone.
Of course, if you can’t cope with the stain you can always call Islington cleaners to show you how the job should be done. They have the required knowledge and equipment to handle all kind of carpet stains and will provide you a perfectly cleaned floor coverings.

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