How To Remove Carpet Stains Using An Iron

internetroiPublished: July 27, 2017Updated: July 29, 2017
Published: July 27, 2017Updated: July 29, 2017

People have been divided on the subject of floor coverings for a very long time. The cleaning time required for those is one argument against them. Still, having a wall to wall carpet, especially during the cold winter months can be very nice. That soft, warm feeling under your feet…

But it can also be a drag when a stain appears on your beloved wall-to-wall carpet that you cannot get out! There are off the counter products on the market that claim they can <a href="https://rumble.com/v324t9-stains.html" target="_blank">lift stains</a> from your carpets and upholstery, leaving your floors looking brand new, but those have some harsh chemicals in them and you never know how your carpet will react.

We are here to tell you about a <a href="https://rumble.com/v3jnpv-100-year-old-life-hack-picking-up-broken-glass-with-bread.html" target="_blank">decades old hack</a> that has worked since forever, costs practically zilch and you won’t need to buy anything to remove those pesky stains! Whether it’s a food or pet stain, this hack will work save you money!

You will need some dishwashing liquid, hot water, a tower and a clothes iron. Make a solution of 1 teaspoon dishwashing liquid into 1 cup of hot water to saturate the stain. Soak the towel into hot water and lay it on top. Then, with your iron set on medium heat (too hot will burn the carpet!) move over the stain for 15 or so seconds. Repeat the process until the stain has been lifted!

You are welcome! Happy cleaning!

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