How to remove a champagne stain from a carpet?

Opened a champagne bottle but half of the liquid went on the floor – and you have a carpet? Such spills can cause stains that are hard to be removed.

A huge tip for the next time you need to open a bottle of champagne will be to do it either outside or not over a carpeted area.

If you are quick with the cleaning and the spill is still fresh – the stain will be easier to remove.

What will you need?

The first method

  • Paper Towels
  • A Sponge
  • Soda
  • Dishwashing Liquid Soap

Start with grabbing the paper towels and soaking the liquid from the stain. Something you should keep in mind is to never use colored paper towels because the color will transfer to your carpet. Only use white ones.

Continue with soaking the sponge in soda and blotting the stained area.

Mix the dishwashing liquid soap and blot the stained area with the mixture.

Rinse with cold water once the stain is fully removed. Once it dries completely you can vacuum the area to raise the fibers.

The second method

  • A Sponge
  • Soda
  • Paper Towels
  • Dishwashing Liquid Soap
  • Ammonia
  • Vinegar

Get the sponge and soak it in soda then blot the stain with it.

Continue with mixing water and the liquid soap and blot the stained area with it.

Make a mixture of 2 tablespoons ammonia and a cup of water. Soak a sponge in it and blot the stained area.

Rinse the mixture well with water.

Then mix a cup of vinegar with two cups of water and blot with the mixture until the stain is completely gone.

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