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Removing Blueberry Stains from Carpet

What will remove blueberry stains from carpet?

By Karin J

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June 27, 20110 found this helpful

Mix 1 tbsp. of liquid hand dish washing liquid with 2 cups of warm water. Pour the solution on a clean white cloth, and blot the stain until it lightens. Dry with a clean white cloth and repeat until the stain is completely gone.

If that doesn't do the trick, mix 1 tbsp. of ammonia with 2 cups of cold water. Pour the solution on a clean white cloth, and rub and blot the stain. Continue to blot until the stain disappears, then dry with a clean white cloth. You should never mix ammonia with chlorine bleach because it produces toxic fumes.

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June 27, 20110 found this helpful

I read the site below and it said to dab the stain with cold water, to saturate it with.

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Then pour white vinegar and let it sit for fifteen minutes.
If the stain is still there, pour hot water on it.
Here is the site:
www.ehow.com/how_5054322_remove-blueberry-stain...
Remember not to let ammonia, as mentioned above, come into contact with any bleach as it forms an irritating and nasty gas.
Blessings,
Robyn

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