How to Remove Beer Stains from Carpet and Furniture
Sometimes, that excited “touchdown” results in a spill on your carpet or on furniture. In those cases, you need to be pretty quick with cleaning up the mess before the beer stain sticks around forever. You also need to be quick so that you don’t have to deal with the lingering smell as well.
What you will need:
- Rubbing Alcohol
- Bar Soap
- Nail Brush
- Cloth or Towel
- When the spill occurs, take the cloth or towel and start to blot the area while someone else goes to get the other materials. Try to get the area as dry as possible, soaking up as much of the beer as possible.
- Take the sponge and put some rubbing alcohol on it. Then gently pat the affected area with the sponge for 1-2 minutes.
- Rub the area dry and take the bar soap, rubbing the bar soap onto it. Let the area dry.
- After the spot is dry, then take the nail brush and brush it gently until the stain disappears.
In some cases, you will need to use a carpet and/or furniture shampooer to completely eliminate the stain. Keep an eye on the area and see if the stain resurfaces or remains after a few days, then use a shampooer to get rid of the rest.