How to Remove Curry Stains

Removing difficult curry stains is an easy matter, depending on the material that they have stained. If you spill curry on a tile floor, table cloth, or clothes, you can likely can get rid of the stains fairly easily, while removing curry stains from your carpet or your upholstery may be a bit more tricky. This article will show you how to cover every eventuality. 

Remove Curry Stains

Removing Curry Stains from Clothing

The steps to remove curry stains, however, might not prove to be all that enjoyable because who really wants to get on their hands and knees and scrub away stains? No one! Thankfully, no one actually has to do this. The way to remove curry stains is a lot easier than most people realize. Sure, it can be a little daunting to stare at curry stains. Those stains will lead you to think you will have your work cut out for you, but you really don’t. Well, you won’t as long as you know a few basic steps for dealing with the problem.

If you have curry stains on clothing, you will have two options: to bleach or not to bleach. If you can bleach the clothing then “any old” detergent or powder with bleach in it should be enough to eliminate the curry stain completely.

What happens if you cannot add bleach to the mix? All hope is not lost as you will have the option of using hydrogen peroxide. This is not all that tough be cause all you need to do is fill up your sink with water and add hydrogen peroxide to it. Then, add your clothes to the water/hp mix and let it soak for about an hour. Afterwards, rinse it out and then put it in a normal wash load. This should get the curry stain out of the clothing rather easily.

Remove Curry Stains from Upholstery or Carpeting

If the curry stain is on upholstery or the carpet, you have a bit more work cut out for you since you can’t exactly fit your sofa in the washing machine.

However, the effort required to remove curry stains from carpets or furniture is not all that tough. Curry is organic material and does not contain harsh staining chemical ingredients. As such, it can be curry stain removal is relatively easy with the right effort.

Scraping off the excess of the spilled curry should be the first step as it should always be the first step anytime you spill something. Once you have scrapped off the excess, you will need to apply a cleaning solution to it. What type of cleaning solution should you use?

Basically, you will want to mix cold water, a teaspoon of dishwashing fluid, and a tablespoon of white vinegar. This new curry cleaning solution will be dabbed onto the stain allowing the cleaning liquid to absorb into where the stain is present.

Keep doing this over and over until the stain is removed. Wash away the cleaning solution with cold water and the dry the spot. If you notice there are traces of the stain still present, you will want to dab the area with rubbing alcohol. This should help make your carpet or your upholstery look as good as new and as if no stain ever occurred in the first place. Just be sure to also dry up the area you added the alcohol in with a dry cloth after it has been rubbed into the stain.

Curry is great for lunch or dinner but it is pretty annoying when it is spilled. Thankfully, the steps to remove curry stains are not all that tough. As long as you follow them deliberately, you should not have much trouble removing the stains.