Sauces are the best spices for any kind of meals – salads, potatoes, rice and whatever you think off except for the carpets. You must have ever survived a nasty sauce carpet stain and you know very well how difficult it is to get rid of. Though, there is no place for panic even if this happens once again. If you know the right method, you can easily remove almost any kind of spot from your favourite home rug. This time we would like to teach you how to remove soy sauce from your carpet:
- First of all, act immediately. The more seconds and minutes you postpone – whether due to your panic or to you carelessness – the worse the dirtiness becomes. Grab the following cleansing solutions and begin washing right away!
- What you will need: your most frequently used dishwashing detergent, lukewarm water, a clean cloth – better a white one – and a sponge.
- Prepare a mixture of 2-3 drops of the detergent and two cups of lukewarm water. Get the cloth and begin blotting. Since the cloth is white, you will easily see if the soy sauce is getting absorbed inside the textile.
- Proceed with the sponge and with a bit more lukewarm water till the stain is gone.
- There is a big chance for you not to get rid of the soy stain entirely with this method. You can try one more additional procedure to ensure full carpet disinfection.
- Try with the most reliable and efficient cleansing solution for domestic cleaning at all – the ammonia. Apply one tablespoon of baking soda and pour half a cup of lukewarm water and repeat the blotting and sponging procedure once again.
- Make sure the carpet is dry and if you need to, use some hair drier.
- If the soy stain is not removed with these sanitising methods, contact your local expert carpet cleaners. They will definitely help you by applying more reliable and drastic detergents.
Be extra cautious for your rugs if they are natural, because soy sauce may absorb too quickly inside their fibres and the stain may appear forever!