Different ways to remove stains from carpet

In this article, you will learn different techniques to remove stains from the carpet. Some of the stains can be easily removed, while some are concentrated. So, accordingly, different formulas should be used to clean the carpet.

If you avail service from a professional cleaner, then you should pay lump sum amount to the service provider. You can follow simple home-made tips to remove stains from your carpet. You cannot remove the stains easily as they are adhered to the carpet since many days. You must use some homemade stain removing solutions to clean the carpet.

Some simple home-made tips to remove stains from the carpet

Beer Beer is a concentrated material and hence you can just rub the material to the carpet by just pouring the solution from the top. If the stains are not eliminated if you rub once, then repeat the process.


Many people prefer to remove stains through vinegar because it is a quick reactant. Take half cup of vinegar in a cup and add 2 tablespoon of salt into it. Then allow the solution to dry and then you can easily remove the stains by vacuuming. If the stains are too bold, then you can add borax powder along with the salt.


You can add 1 cup of ammonia in a half gallon of warm water and let it dry. You can repeat the process if the stains are yet not removed.

Using cleaning agents

Use a spray or any other agent brought from the market and use a web cloth to dab it. Repeat the process unless the stains are completely removed.

Scrapping off

If the stains are irremovable, then you can use a knife or a spoon and try to scrap off the dirty stains as soon as possible. The stains that are not removable otherwise should be cleaned with wet cloth.#

BISSELL Carpet cleaning formulas

Using this formula you can remove many types of stains. If the stains are absorbed in the carpet, then you can add vinegar spritz and try removing the stains from the carpet. But before applying such formulas, do not forget to first experiment by applying these solutions to small portion of the carpet. Alternatively, the other chemicals that can be applied include RESOLVE solutions.

Blotting the stains

Apply mixture

Apply a mixture of dish soap, white vinegar and water in a bottle. Add 1/4 cup of vinegar, 1 tablespoon of dish soap in water. Then spray it on the area that is stained and allow the moisture to penetrate for 10 minutes. Then blot the area with dry towel and try removing the stain.

Using chemicals

You can apply chemicals that are available in the market if the stains are concentrated and cannot be easily cleaned with water. Before applying any harsh chemicals, you must conduct a patch test to ensure that your carpet cannot be damaged by stains.


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