Best 3 Ingredient Carpet Stain Remover

You will love these Carpet Stain Removal Tips and we’ve got you covered for pets, coffee and even the dreaded red wine. Be sure to check out the 3 Ingredient Recipe too.

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Are your Carpets the bane of your existence? Many people rip up their carpets out of sheer frustration as stains can be a big pain.

They are so difficult to shift that often, bare boards or tiles seems the only way out. Whilst this seems a great move, you also need to consider colder months when it can make your home difficult to heat. Today we are sharing some excellent tricks that will ensure you can remove common household carpet stains.

Carpet Stain Removal Tips Infographic

We thought we would begin with this excellent Pinnable Infographic from E&B Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning. They have outlined common carpet stains. We were interested to find out that white wine works well on red wine. We know that salt on red wine works great and we’re looking forward to trying their suggestion.

Another great tip is using your iron to remove candle wax. You can also remove Ink with Isopropyl Alcohol and when it comes to Pet Stains be sure that you don’t rub your carpet.

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Carpet Stain Remover Video Tutorial

We have included a video from Buzzfeed that shows you an easy 3 ingredient recipe that can be used for multi purposes when it comes to carpet stain removal. Click Play above to watch now ^

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3 Ingredient Carpet Cleaner Recipe

Here’s What You Need 

  • 2 parts water
  • 2 parts white vinegar
  • 1 part dish soap
  • Paper towels
  • Multiple white cleaning cloths
  • Bowl
  • Mixing spoon

Carpet Cleaner Instructions 

1. Clean up mess on carpet with paper towels. (Blot, do not rub.)

2. Combine ingredients together in a bowl and stir with spoon.

3. Blot the stain using a white cloth and your stain-removing mixture.

4. Once the carpet stain is gone, pour over as much water as needed and blot with a new white cloth.

5. Leave the carpet to dry.

Want more? Check out our ultimate stain removal guide here

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