How To Remove Coffee And Tea Stains From Carpeting In SW Florida.

Removing old coffee and tea stains from carpeting and upholstery can be a real nightmare and better left to the professionals for removal. Coffee and tea stains that are fresh are a breeze to remove if you act quickly and have the right “ingredients” available.

When attempting to clean freshly spilled coffee or tea from carpeting or upholstery make sure you have available a bottle of soda water, a roll of WHITE paper towels or a white towel or washcloth and a little patience.

Apply the soda water to the stain and then blot carefully (do not rub) working from the edge of the stain towards the center. Never tub the stain as this will force the liquids to go deeper into the carpeting and padding and will almost guarantee a return of the staining. Keep applying the soda water and blotting until the area is somewhat dry and there’s no further evidence of staining. When you’ve completely removed the stain you can place some paper towels on top of the area cleaned and weigh them down to expedite the drying process or simply use a hairdryer.

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