Remove Pain Relieving Gel Stains

Does not it already hurt bad enough to have bodily pain, than to also have to worry about the integrity of the materials around you and having to remove pain-relieving gel stains? Pain relieving gel can help with the pain that you feel physically around the surface of your body. However, removing pain relieving gel stains from fabrics takes a specific process.  There are ways to address the removal of pain relieving gel stains from fabric with commercial products; however, if you do not have any handy then you can create one using on hand at home products. 

Remove Pain Relieving Gel Stains

How To Remove Pain Relieving Gel Stains From Carpet

What you will need (in order of application):

  • Club soda
  • Nail polish remover
  • 1 cup of warm water and clothing detergent solution (non-bleach and non-lanolin)
  • 2 TBS Ammonia and 1 cup warm water solution
  • 1 cup White vinegar and 2 cups warm water solution
  • Damp towel or cloth
  • Dry towels or cloths

Note: Before starting any type of household cleaning process on your carpet, you should consult the carpet handbook or at least perform a search engine inquiry about safe house hold products to use on your specific carpet. Each carpet has a unique set of rule to preserve the color and integrity of the material.

  1. You will saturate the area with club soda and lightly soak up excess liquid with a dry towel.  Repeat twice.
  2. Then apply nail polish remover to a corner of a slightly damp towel and rub area. NOTE: It is important to check with manufacturer’s guide that nail polish remover is okay to use on your specific carpet.)
  3. Rinse area with club soda and blot dry again.
  4. Scrub area with towel, and warm water and detergent solution. Rinse with club soda.
  5. Apply ammonia and water solution.  Rinse with club soda.
  6. Apply white vinegar and water solution.
  7. Blot dry with dry towel.

If this fails to remove the stain then seek assistance from a professional carpet cleaning service.

How To Remove Pain Relieving Gel Stains From Clothes

What you will need:

  • 3 Tbsp of hydrogen peroxide
  • 1 Tbsp of ammonia
  • Clean white cloth
  • Clothing detergent

Note: Before using any household products on a garment, please consult the tags of the garment or at least perform a search engine inquiry in order to confirm that it is safe to use specific household items to clean this garment. Each garment has its own set of guidelines to preserve the fabric.

  1. You will first mix the hydrogen peroxide and ammonia in a safe container.
  2. Then you will dip the clean white cloth in the mixture.
  3. Next you will blot the stain on the shirt until it is removed.
  4. You may have to let cloth dry slightly in natural room temperature setting and repeat steps 2 and 3 until sure that stain is removed.
  5. Clean garment in normal way with detergent and fabric softener. NOTE: Do not put garment through drier cycle until positive that the stain is removed.

When removing stains of any kind from a carpet or piece of clothing it is important to take your time and be gentle. By aggressively rubbing either of these materials you risk damaging the fabric more than the stain had initially damaged it. In order to remove pain relieving gel stains from carpet or from articles of clothing, you will need the specific lists of household products. Follow the exact steps that are detailed above and there is no doubt that you will have your carpet or garment looking like new in no time.