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Wine cleaning after party

Cleaning whine or any other drinks may not be easy task after party, however it should be done immediately after the accident happens as this is essential for the success if you do not want to hire expensive carpet cleaner that may charge you anything from £30 to £40 for single cleaning of stain (that is what I usually charge).  I enjoy working with wine sometimes, as this is easy job to conduct if it is still fresh.

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Otherwise it takes for ever to get it out and if carpet is very creamy and  already dry it may prove to be almost impossible to get it removed from carpet.

That is why you should never let it dry before getting it out, best way to get red wine out is to use paper towels to suck it out of the carpet, never ever rub it in to the carpet with any time of sponge or something like that. It will not produce any good results fro you. Using white wine to dissolve your red wine spillage may be beneficial and produce some good results.

Try to avid anybody walking on the area is you are not intending to have it done on the day of accident, walking can only smear the wine all over the carpet and get it dipper in to the underlay and wood work of the carpet.

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How To Remove Wine Stains From Your Carpet

 

 

As we all know, there’s nothing as hard to remove as red wine. It tends to color up any fabric easily, and being a very common beverage, it’s spilled quite often. But once the damage is done, how do we remove it? Clearly, washing the entire carpet wouldn’t be the way to go, so let’s see if we can be as detailed as possible about the removal of wine stains from a carpet.

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Immediate Reaction

 

If possible, try to sponge the spilled wine first. This should be your immediate response – take a clean piece of cloth and gently sponge the wine. Do not apply force, since this will push the stain further into the carpet. Commence cleaning immediately afterwards. If that’s not possible, you can pour some salt over the stain until you have figured out what to do.

 

 

 

Cleaning agents for the wine stain

 

In most cases, water will do just fine, so long as you keep blotting the stain with a damp cloth. However, there are certain things you can dissolve in the water to make cleaning more effective. One way is to mix hand washing detergent into warm water and use that mixture. Another good way is to add some white vinegar to the water, which will allow the pigment to be more easily lifted from the stain.

 

If all else fails, you can always try bleaching the spot out of the carpet with hydrogen peroxide. Be careful though – you can discolor the carpet too, if you add too much peroxide.

 

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Tools to clean wine stains

 

Naturally, there are some tools which can clean a wine stain even after it has dried. These include a myriad of specialized vacuum cleaners. Some of the more advanced and expensive but also affordable robot vacuum cleaners can help in this situation as well. So if you can afford it, it’s best to obtain one such machine, in case of another wine spill.

 

 

 

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