Removing Mustard Stains From Carpet


Cleaning Solutions

Detergent Solution
Mix 1/4 teaspoon mild liquid dish soap with one cup warm water.



How to remove mustard from carpet

  1. Blot up as much of the mustard as possible.
  2. Prepare the detergent cleaning solution above.
  3. Test the cleaning solution on an inconspicuous section of carpet. We want to make sure the solution does not discolor or damage!
  4. Apply the solution to a cloth, and use the cloth to apply the solution to the mustard stain. For the best results, work from the outside of the stain toward the center.
  5. Leave the cleaning solution on the mustard stain for at least five minutes, so it can work its magic.
  6. Blot with a clean white cloth until the stain no longer transfers. Be careful not to rub the stained area, or you might damage the carpet fibers.
  7. Rinse the spot with cold water, making sure all excess cleaning solution is removed from carpet.
  8. If the stain remailns, e stain is removed or the stain no longer transfers to the cloth.
  9. If the stain remains, contact a professional cleaner.
  10. Once the stain is removed, layer white paper towels on the site to soak up any excess moisture. Weigh down the towels with a non-staining glass or ceramic object, and let them sit overnight.
  11. When the carpet is dry, vacuum to restore the texture.


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