Removing Coffee Stains isn’t as difficult as you think. You can remove stains from a number of different objects with the right cleaning product. You will be amazed at how simple household cleaners, such as baking soda and vinegar, will easily help in removing stains. The trick, as with most stains, is to act quickly and get them out while they are still fresh.
Coffee seems to be attracted to the four C’s: Carpet, Couch, Clothes and Countertops. Each of these objects is highly susceptible to spills, but you will discover how you can rid them of stains with the following tips:
Clothes: This is a simple process. Begin by rinsing the stain thoroughly with cold water. Try and remove as much of the stain as possible. Once you have lifted some of the stain, apply liquid detergent to the area. Leave the detergent to settle for a minimum of five minutes.
Should you discover an old and dried up stain, you should apply detergent, but allow the article of clothing to soak in cold water for 30 minutes. After letting it soak, thoroughly rinse the stained area. If the stain is still there, rub more liquid laundry detergent and soak again, this time in warm water for up to 15 minutes. If there are still traces of the stain after this, you should then try removing coffee stains with a stain remover, and then wash the clothes as directed.
Carpet: Begin removing with a clean white cloth. Blot the stained area and then pour cold water onto the stain and blot up the area again. Once this is complete, proceed to use a stain remover by following the provided instructions. If you still see traces of the coffee stain, use a mild bleach (IE vinegar) and let it sit on the stain for approximately 10 minutes.
After the time has expired, proceed to blot up the area, and then let it dry.
Countertops: Removing coffee stains from countertops can be done with baking soda and water. You may think that a really strong cleaner would be a better choice, but the truth is, these cleaners usually end up doing more harm than good. Therefore, simply use a small amount of baking soda and a touch of water and gently scrub the stained area. If you find that the stain is not completely gone, you may then want to think about using an oxygen bleach to help completely remove it.
Just keep in mind that every countertop surface is different. For this reason, should you choose an over the counter stain remover, make sure it is suitable for the counter surface.
Couch – You can either use the removing coffee stains clothing or carpet method for your couch. The method you choose will depend on the upholstery. If you have rough, thick upholstery, use the carpet method. If you have delicate upholstery, opt for the clothing method.
As you can see when it comes to removing coffee stains there are a number of different ways that you can effectively remove the stain. However, remember that the best chance you have at removing the stain fast is to attack it while it’s still fresh.
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