When The Spaghetti Sauce Stain Still Remains
What happens in the dire scenario that the stain is not completely removed? First, you can take solace in the fact the dire situation is not really all that dire. There is a way to deal with the more stubborn stain and it comes in the form of using ammonia.
Basically, you can mix a teaspoon of ammonia into two cups of warm water and mix the solution together. Upon doing so, you then will blot the stain with the ammonia solution which should break up and dissipate even the most stubborn of all stains. Allow the ammonia to absorb into the stain and then blot it with cold water.
With both the cleaning solution and the ammonia, you will need to blot the stain dry with a cloth. Don’t let it air dry because you want to absorb the residue of the stain into your cloth as opposed to letting it return to the carpet via air drying.
At Least It Is Organic
One huge benefit to removing spaghetti sauce stain is that it is organic which means it breaks down a lot easier than would be the case with other liquids. Granted, you do have to act quickly or the food coloring could dye the carpet to the point only professional stain removal services will be able to handle the job.