How to Remove Water Soluble Stains from Carpet
These stains require a simple formula comprised of ¼ tsp non-bleach detergent or white vinegar mixed well in 32 ounces of water. Examples of water-soluble stains include: alcoholic beverages, berries, colas, excrement, food, dyes, gravy, ice cream, jelly, milk, mud, washable ink and wet or latex paint. CALL (860) 673-2033
Special Water-Soluble Stains – A more complex stain requires a little more power. Start by combining 1 tbsp ammonia and 1 cup water (if your carpet is wool or wool blends use a mild detergent in place of water). Special water-soluble stain examples are: blood, chocolate, coffee, mustard, tea, vomit, and wine.