How to remove cooking sauce from your carpet

How to remove cooking sauce from your carpet

1001 Carpet Stain Remover is the one carpet and rug stain remover you need in an emergency. It’s tough on stains but gentle on your carpet fibres.

The formula quickly cleans deep down into your carpet, preventing future soiling and leaving no messy residue. 1001 Carpet Stain Remover is safe to use around pets

and children but is also WoolSafe approved which means it’s safe to use on the most delicate carpets such as wool.

Your carpets best friend in an emergency.

Things you will need

  • Carpet Stain Remover
    Paper towel
    Cloth
    vacuum
  1. Step 1: Blot the stain

    First blot the stain with a dry paper towel to absorb as much of the liquid as possible, especially if the stain is oil-based. Carpet fibres tend to soak up oil-based products quickly so it’s essential to deal with these spills immediately.

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  2. Step 2: Apply Carpet Stain Remover

    Then apply 1001 Carpet Stain Remover on the stained area and wait for a maximum of 5 minutes. Be careful not to over wet this area.

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  3. Step 3: Massage the product

    With a dry cloth massage the Carpet Stain Remover formula into the stained area.

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  4. Step 4: remove excess liquid

    Remove any excess liquid with a dry cloth or paper towel

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  5. Step 5: Vacuum

    Leave the area to dry, then vacuum. You can repeat these steps if necessary.
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FRESHENING YOUR CARPET

After following the steps above to remove the stain from your carpet, we highly recommend you use one of our carpet fresh products

to leave the treated area with a beautiful scent!

Check out our Carpet fresh range here.