How To Remove Worcestershire Sauce From Carpets And Upholstery
What You Will Need Before You Start
- Paper towels
- Oxygen bleach
- Clean sponge
- White absorbent towel
A spill of Worcestershire sauce on your carpet or upholstered dining room chairs doesn’t need to set you into a fiery panic about permanent stains. If you know the simple steps needed to remove Worcestershire sauce stains you will be able to effortlessly handle the stain.
- Soak up excess liquid from the spill using paper towels. You can also use a white absorbent towel to do this, also, but it just means you’ll have one more item to throw into the laundry at the end of the day.
- Add a teaspoon of oxygen bleach powder to two cups of cool water and blot it onto the stain with your clean sponge.
- Press the white towel onto the damp area and push down firmly to lift up the cleaning solution and the stain.
- Observe the stain; it should start to lift out of the fibers of the carpet or the upholstery. You may need to repeat the process several times, but it should prove to be very effective.
- Once the stain has been removed, blot cold clean water onto the area and use another towel to lift up the excess moisture.
Once the area has dried thoroughly, sprinkle a bit of baking soda and vacuum up after fifteen minutes; this will help to freshen up the carpet or the chair.