Curry in the UK is practically an institution, bringing rich flavours and bright colours to our dinner tables on a weekly basis. However, if you don’t want curry stains to establish themselves in your home never fear! Here are our tips to remove a curry stain from carpet, and to get rid of curry smell in your home.
How to remove curry stains from carpet.
If a splash of vibrant orange from your delicious butter chicken has landed on your carpet, the first step is not to panic. We have a 1001 carpet care product perfect for getting rid of curry stains on the carpet.
If it’s a fresh curry stain…
Acting fast is the best way to deal with curry sauce that has just been spilled on your carpet or upholstery.
- First, soak up the extra liquid with a piece of kitchen roll.
- Spray the affected area with 1001 Trouble Shooter and wait 5 minutes.
- Use a colour-fast cloth to massage the Trouble Shooter into the stain.
- Remove excess liquid with a dry cloth and let dry.
- Repeat if necessary
- Vacuum area once stain is gone and your carpet has dried.
If it’s a dried curry stain…
If you need to remove curry stains from carpet once they’ve dried, then just grab a bottle of Mousse!
- Shake the can of Mousse well.
- Hold the can 15-30 cm away from the carpet and apply an even coating.
- Massage the product into the stained area with a clean, colour-fast cloth or sponge.
- Leave to dry, then vacuum.
Need to get rid of curry smell?
If an amazing smell has left more than just satisfied stomachs, you might need help to get rid of curry smell in the home! This is particularly trust if a curry sauce has soaked into any fabrics. If you’ve already taken care of any curry stains and spills, fresh air will be your best bet. Open up your windows and turn on fans for maximum air circulation. Then, give fabric surfaces like carpets and couches a spray with your favourite Carpet Fresh scent! In several yummy scents, they give your home hours of freshness.