Shoe polish can be a challenging stain to remove from carpet. This is a guide about removing shoe polish from carpet.
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To get black shoe polish out of beige carpet, use Goof Off but saturate the cloth and dab on affected area. It works!
Source: I read the back of the Goof Off can and followed directions.
By Terry from Rockwood, MI
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Here are questions related to Removing Shoe Polish from Carpet.
My daughter is in Sea Cadets and even after telling her umpteen times not to polish her boots in the living room, she did. Now, I have a huge black shoe polish stain on my carpet. I hadn't noticed it until today and am not sure how long it has been there. Any ideas on how to get it out? The carpet is new and I'd really hate to have to have it replaced.
Thanks for your ideas.
Darlene in Mississauga
By Isobel. (Guest Post)09/12/2008
The butane gas works wonders on the boot polish on red carpet. Like the man said, no need to rub too hard with kitchen roll. Leave five mins and dab with dry towel and hoover, boot polish GONE!
Thanks for that.
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By Lorelei from Weatherford, TX
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Try a cloth dampened with turpentine or alcohol and rub the stained area.
By Wendy M
Any tips on how to remove black shoe polish from cream carpet?
By lynsey0209 from Perth, Scotland