Honey Stain Removal

Posted on Sep 13 2011 at 10:53:46 AM in How-To

Most of the people like honey. It is very tasty, added to your cup of tea or spread on a slice of bread. But sometimes it can leave a very bad stain on your carpet or upholstery. It is not difficult to remove it, as long as you know how to do that right. You can find some very useful advice in this article.

If the stain is on your upholstery, you'd better start with scraping the excess honey. House cleaning Melbourne advise to prepare the following solution. Mix one tablespoon of some dish washing detergent with one tablespoon of vinegar in a cup of water. That solution will be very effective.

Apply it to a clean cloth and rub the stain gently. You can also use a soft sponge. It is also a good idea to apply a small amount of the solution to the stain directly. Then, blot to absorb the liquid.

If the stain is too hard, you will probably need to repeat the above steps several times. When the stain is gone, you need to dry the area.

If you have accidentally spilled some honey on the carpet, try to start cleaning up as soon as possible. Remove as much as you can from the honey with a dull plastic knife. Then create a paste by mixing vinegar and baking soda. Cover the stain with the paste and leave it to stay for about 20 minutes.

Then, remove the paste along with the dirt. Use a sponge to do that. If the stain is still there, apply some liquid soap mixed with water. Repeat a couple of times if needed.

If that doesn't help, you can try with another cleaning solution. Mix a tablespoon of ammonia with two cups of warm water. Rub the stain with the solution and rinse with water.

Now the stain should be already gone. Make sure that you dry the area very well. Carpet cleaners Melbourne advise to use a stack of paper towels or a hair dryer. It is very important to do that, unless you want to get some unpleasant odours in the next few days.

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Author: lisaheader
Created: Sep 13 2011 at 10:53:46 AM
Updated: Sep 13 2011 at 10:53:46 AM
Category: How-To
Language: English