How To Get Cranberry Juice Stains Out of Your Carpet
It’s possible that accidents happen and that you get cranberry juice stains on your carpet – but, luckily, it can be fixed.
The best way to get cranberry juice stains out of your carpet is by using 1001’s Carpet Stain Remover which is tough on the stains but gentle on the carpet fibres.
Explore our step-by-step process on how to clean cranberry juice stains from your carpet while also preventing future soiling and leaving no residue.
STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE ON HOW YOU CAN REMOVE CRANBERRY JUICE STAINS
Things you will need
Paper towel or white absorbent towel
Step 1: Blot the stain
The first thing you need to do is blot the stain with a dry paper towel to absorb as much liquid as possible from your carpet. You can either use a paper towel or a white absorbent towel. The goal is to act as quickly as possible to prevent the cranberry juice from setting into the carpet fibres.
Step 2: Apply the 1001 Carpet Stain Remover
The 2nd step is to apply the 1001 Carpet Stain Remover on the stained area on your carpet. Once applied, ensure a maximum waiting period of 5 minutes, and exercise caution to avoid excessive wetting of the treated area.
Step 3: Massage the carpet with a dry cloth
Grab a clean cloth and massage the Carpet Stain Remover foam into the stained area on your carpet.
Step 4: Remove the excess liquid with a dry cloth
Remove any excess liquid from the cleaning process with either a dry cloth or a paper towel.
Step 5: Vacuum the carpet
Allow your carpet to air dry, followed by using a vacuum cleaner. If any lingering cranberry juice stains persist, feel free to repeat the cleaning process.
KEEPING YOUR CARPET FRESH, CLEAN AND SPOTLESS
Once you’ve addressed the cranberry juice stains on your carpets, complete the cleaning process with a carpet freshener to infuse a delightful scent into the area.
Check out our 1001 Carpet Fresh range for a comprehensive carpet care solution – cleaning, maintaining, and infusing your carpets with delightful scents!