These carpet cleaning tips can be helpful in removing juice stains from your carpet in Orange NSW, Bathurst NSW. Here are the steps to follow:

New Juice Spill:

  1. Remove as much of the juice as possible by using a wet & dry vacuum or blotting with paper towels.
  2. Pour cold water onto the spill to dilute the juice, and continue to remove the diluted juice with a wet & dry vacuum or paper towels.
  3. Repeat this process until the stain is either gone or no more color is coming out of the carpet.
  4. If the stain is still wet and visible, cover the area with salt and let it dry overnight. Vacuum the salt, which should absorb much of the remaining color.
  5. If the stain persists, follow the steps below.

Stain From a Previous Spill:

  1. Mix 1 part ammonia to 8 parts water to create a solution.
  2. Soak a white rag in the solution and blot the stain. Avoid rubbing or pouring the solution directly onto the carpet.
  3. Continue blotting with the ammonia solution until no more stain can be removed.
  4. If the stain remains, create a paste of 1 part baking soda to 3 parts water and apply it to the stain. Gently work the paste into the carpet.
  5. Once the paste is dry, vacuum it to remove some of the color. Repeat this step if necessary.
  6. Rinse the area with cold water and extract the water with a wet & dry vacuum or paper towels. Repeat several times to remove any cleaning solution residue.
  7. Cover the area with a stack of paper towels and place a heavy object on top. Leave it until dry, then vacuum the area thoroughly.

Note: Avoid using ammonia on wool carpet or delicate fabrics like oriental rugs. Always test any cleaning solution in a small, inconspicuous area first to ensure it doesn’t cause any damage.

If the stain persists or if you’re uncertain about using these methods, it’s recommended to hire a professional carpet cleaner in Orange NSW or Bathurst NSW to avoid causing further damage to your carpet.

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