DIY Carpet Stain Remover
Do you have spots on your carpet that you just cannot seem to get rid of no matter what you do? I am sure many of you will say yes and I used to as well!
Until a friend of me told mine about a pin on Pinterest (of course, right?)Â Now time out from carpet stains.
One of my many joys in life is finding other uses for items I have on hand. For example, using vinegar for multiple cleaning products, or usingÂ conditionerÂ for my hair and to make fabric softener. This Â awesome carpet stain remover does just this!!
Ok done blabbing – back to carpet stains!
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
The original pin called for 1 cup of Hydrogen Peroxide Â and a “few” drops of blue Dawn Dishsoap mixed together… well what’s a few? I put about 4 drops into the hydrogen peroxide and mixed it together with the old toothbrush.
Ok now we are all mixed and ready go!
Start scrubbing! You will see it start working almost immediately. It took me less than 2 minutes to get this stain up out of my carpet. Though I wish I could tell you what it is, I can’t. However, whatever it was, it was not coming up with a steam cleaner, with some expensive carpet stain remover I purchased Â from Bed, Bath & Beyond, or with other store bought cleaners.
Yes — it is gone! So after messing around and getting a few other odd and end spots off my carpet .. I decided to put this DIY carpet stain remover to the test!
Do you have Â any fingernail polish stains in your carpet? Ha .. you must wonder what my house looks like inside! 🙂
Anyhow, one day while daddy was in charge of the girls and mommy was gone .. they decided they would paint their nails, by themselves. Well, they heard daddy coming towards their room and they spilled half a bottle of RED fingernail polish on their carpet!!!! I have tried everything over the past two months to get this stuff out and it wasn’t going anywhere. Â So I decided to give this a shot.
This is what it looked after six minutes of scrubbing. I stopped when I realized my finger had white spots all over it. At first IÂ panicked, until I did a quick Google search and found out that this happens sometimes to people with sensitive skin (me.) Anyhow .. this is why gloves are optional. It has now been about 3 hours and most of the white is gone already, then I will go back in and finish scrubbing that spot! Â Don’t worry though, it only happens to a few people here and there and it’s nothing but a cosmetic issue. 🙂 Just thought I would share for others with sensitive skin.
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