How To Get Red Wine Out Of Carpet 

Red wine has a dye in it. It’s a vegetable based dye. When red wine is spilled onto a wool carpet, most of it will be sitting in and around the wool, not necessarily inside the wool. Sometimes, just a detergent solution is sufficient to get that moving. In this article, we’re going to show you how to get red wine out of a wool carpet.

Step One: 

Apply Steamaster Prespray for Wool to the affected area, making sure to cover the whole stain.

Step Two: 

Agitate the carpet to loosen up any loose particles and help the chemical penetrate the carpet fibers. Take care not to over-agitate the carpet as we don’t want to damage the carpet.

Step Three:

Vacuum out the excess chemical.

Step Four:

Repeat steps one through three until you’ve drawn out as much of the stain as you can.

Step Five: 

Apply the Steamaster Prespray for Synthetics to the stain, making sure to cover only the stain as you don’t want to apply it where you don’t need it.

Step Six: 

Agitate the carpet.

Step Seven:

Vacuum out the excess chemical.

Step Eight: 

Apply Steamaster Acid Rinse to the stain.

Step Nine:

Agitate the carpet.

Step Ten:

Vacuum out the excess chemical.

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1 Comment. Leave new

Great tips! Removing stains from the carpets is really a mess which we all have to face in our daily life. Thanks for sharing this post. It is very useful to have a information like this. This will surely help.
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