It is important to know that an accident can happen very quickly, whether at work or at home. Moreover, a wine or coffee stain on the rug, the carpet or your sofa can even be a nuisance. However, rest assured, there are small tricks that can help you get rid of them.

First things first

No matter which tip you choose to use, check the product first by applying it to a less visible area. This way, you can make sure that the solution you choose will not alter the colors and/or fibers of your rug, carpet or furniture. If this is the case, please contact a technician for advice or a visit.

To remove a stain:

  • – First, blot the stain with a dry cloth ;
  • – Then, blot the stain with a humid cloth;
  • – Pour a few drops of the chosen solution on the humid cloth and blot the stain again;
  • – Rub the stain lightly in a circular motion;
  • – Repeat as needed.

If the stain persists, contact a specialist technician. In addition, you can also use our stain remover for rugs and furniture.

Homemade recipes:

  1. Mix about 30 ml of liquid detergent with about 45 ml of vinegar and 60 ml of warm water.
  2. A half water and white vinegar solution will remove a multitude of fresh stains from a rug or furniture.
  3. Mix a few drops of vinegar with cornstarch. This paste applied to the stains will dissolve them and absorb the grease.

Express stains:

  • Tomato Sauce

Use paper towels to remove the excess. First, pour a little milk on the stain. Then, with the paper towel, blot deeply. If necessary, finish the cleaning with vinegar water or warm water with a drop of dish soap.

  • Tea or coffee

Use paper towels to remove excess. Pour a few drops of beer on the spill and brush the rug or carpet. If necessary, you can repeat the process to reduce the stain.

  • Fruit juice

Use paper towels to remove the excess. Put a little shaving cream on the rug or chair and blot with a sponge.

  • Red wine

Use paper towels to remove excess. Pour a little carbonated water on the stain to reduce the red color. Then blot with paper towels. Repeat the process until it is completely gone.

  • Animal Urine

Use paper towels to remove excess urine. Then, sprinkle baking soda on the urine and leave for a few hours. This will eliminate the odour.

Also, don’t forget that at any time, you can contact Pro-Sec to help you with your little troublesome incidents.

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