Red Wine: It is important to remove stains from red wine as soon as possible to avoid permanent damage. Put a clean cloth immediately on the stain and press it to absorb the wine. Then apply a stain remover on the carpet, let it act and remove it with a sponge moistened with warm water.
If your carpet is not very dense, you can apply a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to the stain. Leave it on for about five minutes and rinse with water.
You can also use vinegar. Sprinkle on the stain and add some soap for the clothes. Once the carpet has absorbed the mixture, wipe it gently with a damp sponge.
Now you know how to remove the stains from the carpet, even the most worst ones. You can now sit back in your seat and enjoy that glass of wine without fear of spilling it!
Black Ink: Remove the excess ink from the carpet with a dry cloth. Wet a clean cloth with alcohol and pressurize to absorb the stain. The alcohol is going to mix with the ink and so will loosen the stain. Another option is to use salt. Cover the stain with a layer of salt and allow it to absorb the ink for at least 8 hours or overnight. The next day, vacuum the surface and you will see how the salt the ink stain. Out of all the different types, black ink has to be one of the toughest to get out. If you can’t do it yourself then just hire a company like this one to do it for you.
Oil Stains: Put paper towels on the stained area and press on it continuously. Keep pressing until the paper no longer absorbed more oil. Apply a little disinfectant alcohol on the stain, place a white cloth over it to absorb the stain on the surface of the carpet.
If the stain does not come out completely, mix a little detergent with water, apply directly on the stain with a sponge.
Ointment Stains: Shoe ointment can leave sticky, and unpleasant residue on your carpets if you do not clean them quickly. To remove stains from shoe ointment first: Scrape the surface to remove all traces of dry ointment. Do not scrub the stain, but scrape it firmly to remove the top layer attached to the carpet.
Paste a sponge moistened with water and stain remover for carpets.
Rinse the sponge in a bucket with warm water every time you see it begin to absorb the ointment from the carpet.