How To Remove Food Colouring From Your Carpet | 1001
You can get food colouring out of your carpet – but you’ll need the right tools.
1001’s Carpet Stain Remover is designed to tackle tough stains while being light on the carpet.
The formula works right down into the carpet fibres to get the food colouring out of your carpet.
Explore our step-by-step process for removing food colouring from your carpet while not leaving residue and preventing future soiling.
STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE ON HOW YOU CAN REMOVE FOOD COLOURING FROM YOUR CARPET
Things you will need
Paper towel or white absorbent towel
Step 1: Blot the stain
Use a dry paper towel to absorb as much food colouring as possible from the carpet. The goal is to prevent the food colouring from setting into the carpet fibres. A white absorbent towel would work as well.
Step 2: Apply the 1001 Carpet Stain Remover
Apply 1001’s Carpet Stain Remover into the stained area on your carpet. Ensure a maximum waiting period of 5 minutes and be cautious to avoid excessive wetting on the carpet.
Important: Do not use on ‘velvet’ type materials, brocade, rayon or those unsuitable for wet cleaning.
Step 3: Massage the stained area with a dry cloth
Pick up a clean cloth and massage the Carpet Stain Remover foam into the stained area on your carpet.
Step 4: Remove the excess food colouring with a dry cloth
As you did in Step 1, remove any excess food colouring with either a dry cloth or a paper towel.
Step 5: Vacuum the Carpet
After your carpet air dries, follow up by using a vacuum cleaner. If any food colouring stains remain, you can repeat the cleaning process.
KEEPING YOUR CARPET FRESH, CLEAN AND SPOTLESS FOR GOOD
Once you’ve addressed the food colouring 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!