Our experienced Surrey cleaners came up with a list of 10 most common carpet stains and ‘first aid’ guide on how to remove them.
It happened to all of us, you have a nice glass of wine in the evening to rewind and accidentaly spill it on the carpet. So, what should you do in a first instance to make sure the stain doesn’t stay?
You can also use salt to remove red wine stains on carpet
Some suggest using a very powerful oxidising agents such as hydrogen peroxide or even bleach. Although these would probably remove the red wine stains without a problem, it may also remove the colour from the carpet so be aware.
If your red wine carpet stain is an old one then you will be better off using a professional carpet cleaning company rather then trying to clean the stain yourself using bleach or any other harsh chemicals that might damage your carpet.
Never ever scrub the carpet, you will damage the carpet fibres.