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How to Remove Grass Stains from Carpet

One of the most common stains that affects carpet are grass stains. When your little goalie walks into the house after an exciting win, they may bring in more than just a smile. Grass stains tend to find a way into our homes no matter what preventative measures we take.

When a grass stain is discovered, it is best to remove the stain as quickly as possible. Allowing the stain to sit will cause it to set in and become more difficult to remove.

Products to avoid:

· Ammonia

· Degreaser

How to Remove Grass Stains from Carpet –

Method 1:

1)Vacuum the stain using a suction tool. Make sure to use a tool and not the vacuum because the rotating brush may cause the stain to set in deeper.

2)Wet a white cloth and begin to blot the grass stain. (Using a white cloth allows you to see how much of the stain is actually being removed from the carpet).

3)Use a household cleaner that has a pH level 7 such as mild dish soap.

4)Apply a small amount of the cleaner directly onto the stain. Again, blot the stain using a clean towel. As you continue to blot, the stain should gradually begin to lift from the carpet.

Method 2:

1)Vacuum as much of the grass stain as possible using a suction tool.

2)Pour a bit of laundry detergent directly on the stain.

3)Using tap water, rinse the stain and blot.

4)Apply an ammonia based solution directly onto the stain. Blot again.

5)Pour a generous amount of white vinegar directly on the affected area, and continue to blot.

6)Rinse with tap water and use a clean towel to blot the area dry.

For stains that cannot be cleaned using do-it-yourself methods, consider calling Dreyer’s DKI to schedule a carpet cleaning appointment!


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