HOW TO GET GRAPE JUICE OUT OF CARPET Blot up as much of the grape juice as possible using a paper towel. It’s best to work your way from the outside of the stain towards the inside to avoid spreading the juice. Pour a generous amount of lemon juice directly onto the stain. Blot the stain using a dry cloth or paper towel. Use the brush to brush in more lemon juice. If you don’t have lemon handy, try applying some white vinegar directly onto the stain and continue blotting away the liquid. Follow up by using a spray in carpet foam cleaner to get rid of any grape juice residue.
A second method consists of using a wet clean cloth with a generous amount of club soda. Press the cloth directly onto the stain to absorb the grape juice. The club soda will dilute the stain. Repeat as necessary until the stain is no longer visible. If you can still see the stain, pour a generous amount of salt directly onto the stain. The salt will absorb the liquid. Who knew that a little table salt could remove grape juice stains? For more spot cleaning solution visit http://spotremoval.coit.com .
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