How to Clean Tea and Coffee Stains from Carpets

Maid in Essex

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British households frequently experience tea and coffee spills. Who doesn’t enjoy a good cup of coffee to start the day? Exactly. For this reason, our group of stain-removal specialists chose to work with us to compile this manual on how to remove tea and coffee stains from carpets. The same reasoning may be used for cleaning upholstery, but always read the labels of your furniture before attempting a DIY cleaning job on it. Nobody wants to accidentally ruin their furniture.

A Few Tips from the Pros before You Start:

There are a few things you should think about before you begin. What experts have to say is as follows: If your hot beverage contained milk, however, you would need to use a protein stain spotter; do not use bleach.

Tea and coffee stains are what we call tannin stains (not decaf though, as these types of beverages cause dye stains). Because of the tannin, the stain will need to be treated with an acidic stain removal product. You’ll only end up ruining your furniture and carpet;

Do not attempt a DIY project if your carpet or upholstery fabric is comprised of natural fibres like wool. If the stain has dried, do not try a home attempt because even the specialists in this case cannot guarantee a 100% successful outcome. They are simple to damage and difficult for even the pros to remove tannin stains off.

After addressing these crucial points, let’s move on to the primary topic at hand: how to remove tea and coffee stains from carpets.

How should we be removing the Tea and Coffee Stains from the Carpets?

First, clean the area with cool water (if possible; not all textiles handle wetness well). If you were able to complete the first step, it might be a good idea to soak up as much moisture as you can with absorbent cloths or towels. Next, if your tea or coffee contained milk, think about using a protein stain spotter before moving on to the next step; now it’s time to break out your stain-removal product. We suggest that you search for an acidic product. An alternative would be to create your own DIY stain remover with vinegar or citrus ingredients.

Utilizing a fresh cloth or sponge, apply your product and dab the affected area. When the stain has lifted completely or has stopped lifting, you might need to repeat this procedure a few times. Next, rinse with lukewarm water.

Need Professional Assistance?

Of course, this approach might not always be successful. It’s important to bear in mind that if DIY approaches don’t work, it can be difficult for experts to complete the task. Because of this, you should always ask yourself if you are willing to take a chance. We would be more than pleased to offer our stain-removal services at Maid in Essex. Visit our main website to see our offerings and costs or get in touch with us.