As you probably already know from the time your nephew accidentally kicked the expensive glass of red wine all over your cream carpet three Christmas’s ago and the evidence is very much still there (although hidden under a rug you don’t like). Or like the time you decided to do some spontaneous painting and dribbled white paint all over your new jeans. Stains are a nightmare. No questions asked.
You’re told to scrub up the liquid as quickly as possible and then you’re told to under no circumstances to scrub at spillages. You’re told to wait until it’s dried and then try again but then you’re told to fix it as soon as possible. We’re told water is always the answer and then we’re told to never use water. So I know what you’re thinking… “What on earth do I do to clean these stains?”.
Well luckily, we’re here to help with your complete stain removing guide complete will all the cleaning chemicals you should be using and the do’s and don’t!
Forget everything you’ve ever heard or been told about removing milk stains from your sofa and follow these quick and easy steps:
Now this is a tricky one – especially if we’re talking red wine! You need to act quick but correctly. If you do something wrong in this situation, it could be the end of your carpet forever and you might have to rearrange your living room to hide the stain.
But, if you follow these instructions, we’re sure you’ll be fine:
An alternative method is to try this:
Voila. An (almost) as good as new carpet!
Candle wax can be a bit of a nightmare since it’s so hot you can’t really deal with it straight away. Luckily, it’s best dealt with once dry and cool by using your finger nail or a similar object to remove the dried up wax. However, if the wax has crept into the grain of your furniture, here’s what you should do:
We hope this helps! Let us know how it goes!
It might not seem like a big deal, but they’re super annoying when you realise you can’t get rid of them no matter what you do! So here’s some ideas you could try:
To avoid those spots coming back again, frequently cleaning your shower door with our Ecover Glass & Mirror Cleaner and Unger squeegee using a reverse S motion. and hopefully, you won’t have to deal with the annoying water spots again!
We know, we know. You walk into a room your about to paint and you consider putting your “scruffs” on but you think “no I’ll be okay, I’ll be careful” and you are careful, but somehow paint always finds its way onto our clothss and you have no idea how (we’ve been there).
Luckily, you favourite jumper or jeans don’t have to be ruined forever if you act on the paint mark quick enough…
Pour a small amount of Persil Small & Mighty Bio directly onto the stain using the stain eraser ball then rub the stain with the stain eraser. Rinse and reapply as required.
Try and apply an alcohol-based cleaner such as nail varnish remover, hairspray or rubbing alcohol to the stain with a clean and dry cloth. Always try this on a hidden area or old garment first though!
Then Pour a small amount of Persil Small & Mighty Bio directly onto the stain using the stain eraser ball then rub the stain with the stain eraser. Rinse and reapply as required.
Try placing the item of clothing stain down on clean kitchen roll/centrefeed roll and gently blot the stain from the back with a clean, dry cloth. Then apply a small amount of Persil small and mighty Bio dreictly onto the stain before placing the clothing inn hot soapy water to soak over night.
When you come to check on the cloth in the morning, apply detergent one final time and very gently scrub the stained area before washing the garment as normal. You may need to repeat the process a couple of times.
For more advice, feel free to contact our friendly team of cleaning experts:
If you live in a hard water area, you’ve probably come across this annoying stain. Not only does it make your bathroom look unattractive, it’s not great for our health too so it’s essential to remove it asap!
And that’s it from us on cleaning up common and tricky stains. If you would like more advice on these stains or others, please feel free to contact our friendly team of experts who will be happy to help and offer advice on the best cleaning supplies for you!
The Pattersons Team