No matter what precautions we take, carpet stains will always happen. You avoid anything just so your carpet will be safe and to hope that no stains or accidents will happen. Stains, alongside with other dirt, can compromise the appearance of a carpet. Some of us panic and reach for the nearest cloth so we can clean the dirt, but most of the time that thing just doesn’t work!  

 Carpet Stains

Carpet stain removal is mostly done by professionals because if you do it by yourself without the knowledge of what kind of carpet fiber you have, then your carpet is dead. You can remove the stains in many ways but you have to be knowledgeable. There are top 5 carpet stains we are going to discuss as well as how to remove them.  

  • Removing Kool-Aid Stains 

Kool aid stains are one of the most horrific carpet stains. But, you can remove it using the right treatments even from a white carpet. The steps below will remove the tough stains caused by colored beverage.  

First, use a dry white towel to blot the stain. Don’t rub the stain because it will be difficult for you to entirely remove it and sometimes it will lead to the saturation of the carpet pad. Mix white vinegar, water and dish soap in a spray bottle. Spray the area and soak for 5 minutes. Blot with towel until stain is removed.  

  • Removing Pet Stains 

Having a pet in your carpeted house is a challenge. There will be urine and poop, and cleaning pet stains is frustrating. However, there are ways you can do to rid of the stain and odor. What you have to do is clean the mess first. Pick up the debris, if there’s any. Use the blot method for the wet mess.  

If the stain is dried already, moisten it. Apply the stain cleaning product. To remove the odor, use white vinegar. Soak the vinegar spray for 5 minutes then do the blotting technique until stain is gone and dry.  

  • Removing Coffee Stains 

Coffee stain will leave your carpet looking ugly especially if it’s not cleaned properly. To treat it, blot with a dry white towel. If the spill is large, don’t spread the stain. Change the cloths as they become saturated. Mix water, vinegar and non-bleach detergent.  

  • Removing Blood Stains 

Blood stains on clothes and carpets are not good.  However, you can treat no matter how dreaded it looks. The faster you act once blood is spilled on the carpet, the more effective your cleaning method will be.  

To treat the blood stains, use cold water instead of hot water. The blood will coagulate with heat and the cold will prevent it from pushing deep into the carpet fibers. Mix dish detergent, water, then spray on the stain. Use a dry white cloth or paper towel when blotting the spot so the blood isn’t transferred to the cloth. Rinse with water and repeat the process if necessary.