How to Remove Coffee Stains with Ice

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Removing stains from a carpet is most successful when the stain is handled immediately after it occurs. Substances like beverages, can be extremely difficult to remove after the stain has dried. While some carpet stains require specialized cleaning techniques and supplies to be removed, using ice cubes and ice-cold water can make coffee stain removal much easier. White cotton towels, large bowl, ice cubes, and ice water are the things you will need to clean a coffee stain out of your carpet.

  1. Use a white cotton towel to absorb any coffee liquid that has not already soaked into the carpet fibers. Do not rub or scrub the carpet vigorously, as this can damage the fibers.
  2. Switch the soiled side of the towel to a clean portion and continue blotting the area. Keep blotting until no more coffee is transferred to the towel.
  3. Pour water in a large bowl, and add ice. Wait for the water to become ice-cold, and dip a folded edge of white towel into the ice water. Squeeze the excess water out from the towel.
  4. Blot the coffee stain with the cold, damp towel. According to carpet cleaning team in Clapham, cold water helps release more of the coffee stain into the towel. Repeat the process until the stain vanishes. Avoid using hot water to blot coffee stains, as the hot water causes a stain to set quicker.

For old coffee stains, using ice may not be enough to get rid of them. To remove a dried coffee stain successfully, consider calling carpet cleaning Clapham. Their professional team will apply the most suitable solution depending on the type of your carpet.

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Author: Caroline Harold

Hi all! I love cleaning, especially deep cleaning and I want to share with all of you my great experience that I've got since I was a little girl. Do you want to ask me any questions about cleaning? I'll be happy to answer all of them :)

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