How to Remove Children’s Drink Stains

Step 1:
Mix 1/4 teaspoon of a liquid dishwashing detergent for each (1) cup of lukewarm water and pour your solution into a spray bottle. (Do not use laundry detergent or automatic machine dishwashing detergent because both contain chemicals that could permanently damage and destroy your carpet or upholstery.)

Step 2:
Spray the area with the formula.

Step 3:
Using a cloth or towel, gently work the formula into the area using light strokes from the edges of the stain to the centre; at the centre of the stain, lightly pinch the area in an upward motion. Do not rub the stain.

Step 4:
Fill a spray bottle with lukewarm water and spray the area lightly to rinse the detergent solution from the area, but do not over wet. (This is important; any residue that remains may cause rapid soiling – your carpet or upholstery could could become a dirt magnet!)

Step 5:
Blot the water using a clean, dry cloth and light strokes the travel from the edges to the centre.

Step 6:
If the spot is not completely removed by the detergent solution, pour a small amount of 3% hydrogen peroxide on a clean cloth. Blot the stain using the same light, edge to centre strokes described above.

Step 7:
Repeat if necessary and then thoroughly rinse and blot.

Step 8:
When the area is completely rinsed, allow it to dry. A fan will help speed it alone.

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