How to Remove Egg Stains From Your Carpet (& Leave It Smelling Fresh)

How to Remove Egg Stains From Your Carpet (& Leave It Smelling Fresh)

You cannot make an omelette without breaking a few eggs. Unfortunately, some of the eggs we break end up on our carpets, and now we need to do something about it.

1001 Carpet Stain Remover comes to the rescue as 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 WoolSafe approved which means it’s safe to use on the most delicate carpets such as wool. Your carpets best friend in an emergency against egg stains.

In this guide, we’ll go step-by-step over how you can get the egg stains out of your carpet and then leave your carpet refreshed.

Things you will need

  • Carpet Stain Remover

  • Paper Towel

  • Clean Cloth

  • Vacuum Cleaner

  1. Step 1: Blot The Egg Stain With a Dry Paper Towel

    The cleaning task begins by blotting the egg stain with a dry paper towel to absorb as much of the liquid as possible, especially if the stain is from an egg.

    The problem is that the carpet fibres tend to soak up eggs rather quickly so it’s essential to deal with these kind of spills immediately.

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  2. Step 2: Apply The 1001 Carpet Stain Remover

    Apply the 1001 Carpet Stain Remover on the egg-stained area. After that, wait for a maximum of 5 minutes.

    Note: Be careful not to over-wet the carpet as that could be problematic.

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  3. Step 3: Massage The Carpet Stain Remover Onto The Carpet With a Cloth

    Grab a dry cloth and massage the Carpet Stain Remover formula into the stained area to get rid of the egg stains once and for all.

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  4. Step 4: Remove Excess Liquid With a Paper Towerl

    Follow up by removing excess liquid from your carpet with a dry cloth or paper towel.

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  5. Step 5: Vacuum The Carpet

    Leave the area to dry, then vacuum. You can repeat these steps if necessary if the egg stain did not come out completely.

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Leave Your Carpet Feeling Refreshed After the Egg Stains

After following the steps above to remove the egg stain from your carpet, we highly recommend you use one of our carpet fresh products to leave your beautiful rug with a soothing scent!

We’ve noticed that our 1001 Carpet Fresh ”Feel Energised” works quite well as a carpet refreshener after a liquid stain such as the egg stains.

Nonetheless, make sure to check out our Carpet fresh range to choose the scent that fits the best with your home atmosphere.