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How to remove a coffee stain from a carpet without damaging it ?
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post #2 of Old 12-09-2013, 11:44 PM
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how to clean coffee strains

you need a vacuum cleaner for this, it will make the carpet neat and clean.
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you need a vacuum cleaner for this, it will make the carpet neat and clean.
A vacuum cleaner? That's it ?
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Blot the area with a clean cloth to absorb as much as it can and then try to sprinkle with white vinegar or baking soda. Wait for at least 10 min. and then you can use any carpet cleaning product you have (use only green and not-toxic one)
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Leave a coffee spill untreated and you’ll be living with a dirty brown stain.The longer you leave a stain, the more difficult it is to remove it.Using kitchen towels or a plain white cloth, absorb as much of the spill as possible. Use a pressing or blotting motion as rubbing may force the stain deeper into the carpet’s fibers. Then rinse the area again using a mister bottle or sponge. Blot until dry – you can save yourself a little effort here by placing a wad of kitchen towels over the area and weighting them down with a heavy baking tray. Leave this overnight and in the morning your carpet should be dry and stain-free. To remove dried coffee stains from a carpet, mix a paste of baking soda and water and cover the stain with the mixture. Then, using a dry brush, scrub up the dried paste. Then vacuum and the stain should be gone.
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Rub the stain with a damp cloth soaked in white vinegar, it may help you to remove the stain.
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Main thing you need to do is draw the stain out of the carpet. Blot it dry first. Then take a dry cloth and a soaked sponge. Soak the area AROUND the stain so water is flowing into it. Use the dry cloth to soak up the water. It will pull the stain with it. Keep repeating this and it will keep diluting the area. Don't use hot water...cold only.

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Yeah vinegar is best thing. just wet the stain part of carpet and clean it with brush.
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post #10 of Old 07-02-2014, 03:30 AM
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I shocked to see some of the answers like using vaccum cleaner to clean coffee stain? I mean this is epic. As i understand vinegar is best solution.

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Dilute the vinegar with water about 50/50 first. Then blot around the stain as I said previously. That way you don't wind up spreading the stain.

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Recently, I was also in same place as I spilled coffee in my house, but I was quick to clean it soon with damp cotton cloth to soak it as much as possible and it make it lighter and after that I used vinegar to remove the stain completely, but this may not be as easy as it seems if you leave the stain to dry for some days.

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Use Hydra Extract, Carpet cleaning shampoo, it efficiently removes stains from upholstery and carpets.
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Spray the stain with vinegar solution, then blot with a dry white cloth and one more thing if there's cream (or milk) in the coffee that caused the stain, be sure to use an enzyme laundry detergent when washing the stained item.
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Ten steps to remove coffee stain from carpet:
1. Blot up the coffee with paper towels

2.Decide how to treat the stain
3.Spray some water on the stain
4.Prepare the cleaning solution
5.Test any cleaning solution in an inconspicuous spot
6.Apply the cleaning solution to the stain
7.Massage the cloth with a spoon
8.Rinse the stain
9.Remove excess liquid
10.Dry the carpet
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Here the tips for you:
1. Blot up as much of the spilled coffee as possible.

2. Use plain water or mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water.

3. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with plain water or the detergent/ vinegar solution. Apply a little bit at a time, blotting frequently with a dry cloth until the stain disappears.

4. If using a detergent/vinegar solution, sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the solution.
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Rub the stain with a damp cloth soaked in white vinegar, it may help you to remove the stain.
This technique works for me!
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