How to Remove Dry Tea Stains from Carpets?


To remove tea stains from your carpet, begin by brushing off the stain using a brush. Then vacuum up the dried tea and soak the stained section in a mixture of hot water and vinegar. Bloat the wet area and then soak and bloat again until the stain is no more. If the stain is stubborn, you could also soak the stained area in a mixture of a detergent or peroxide and hot water, bloat with a cloth and then let the carpet dry for 24 hours.
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1. Try blotting the tea stain with a white cloth or paper towel. Do not rub, as that will only spread the stain and cause it to possibly set deeper into the carpet fibers. Continue
Just clean it.
Whoa, someone recommended trying oxy clean. NEVERN NEVER NEVER, put a laundry cleaning product on your carpet. If your carpet is nylon, an extremely popular carpet in the US, Oxy
Make a solution with one teaspoon clear dishwashing detergent to one cup of warm water. Put that in a spray bottle and spray on the spot. Blot out with a white hand towel (actually
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Blot up the stain using a while towel or paper tissues. Mix half a cup of white vinegar with one cup of water, and apply to the stained area. Blot up as much as possible. If there are still traces of the tea stain, mix some dishwashing fluid in water and apply to the stain, blotting up as much as possible. Rinse the area with water, and leave to dry.
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