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How To Remove Bechamel Sauce From A Rug

Bechamel sauce, also known as besciamella, besamel, or white sauce, is one of the five mother sauces. This creamy Italian white sauce consists of milk, flour, butter, and sometimes flavored with onion, clove, and nutmeg.  Bechamel is the inseparable part of numerous east and south European cuisine. One could see its track on famous Greek, […]

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How To Remove Tomato Sauce Stain From Your Rug

Tomato Sauce (aka Ketchup sauce) is by far the most common mother sauce used worldwide. Most people probably have no clue it is one of the French mother sauces.  But if you be neglectful and eat around your rug, tomato sauce stain might be a bad-looking and sticky disaster. The main ingredient in this sauce is […]

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How To Remove Soda Stain From Your Rug

What is the sweetest enemy of your rug? Well, Soda is the answer. It sticks to the foundation of the rug, and also attracts bugs to have a feast on it. It used to be served only in pharmacies and was marketed as a healthy, cure-all tonic. The first American soft drink fountain was built […]

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How To Remove Coffee Stain From Your Rug

Our days are incomplete if we don’t start and finish them with a nice and warm cup of coffee. But sometimes Coffee spills are just inevitable, especially if you’re late for work and trying to finish breakfast as fast as possible! If your favorite mug of coffee splatters onto the area rug, it will leave […]

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How to Remove Salsa Stain From Your Rug

Salsa, the classic sauce made with tomatoes, garlic, jalapenos, and other seasonings, is a favorite accompaniment to tacos, burritos, and chips.  There are many varieties of salsa and more than likely at some point you will inevitably spill onto your rug. Here is the good news, Removing salsa stain is not difficult! You can do it […]

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When it comes to rug stains, the blotches that prove to be most difficult to remove are typically derived from berry and beets juice. More specifically, those berries that excrete a dark red liquid tend to create a bigger issue than what a little bit of hot water can fix. When these problems arise, follow […]

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What better way to celebrate a special occasion than with cake? Homemade or store-bought has always brought back memories of my childhood to me, maybe it’s the same for you.  While these delicious creations are fun to make and even more enjoyable to eat, inevitably the stains they could leave behind always create a headache […]

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The mustard sauce tastes great on hot dogs and looks great in potato salad and other dishes. Nonetheless, it does not suit your hand-made wool rugs.  The bright yellow color we all know as “mustard” actually isn’t even the natural color. The color comes from the turmeric spice that is essential to the flavor. In […]

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Veloute sauce is one of the five mother sauces. This is made simply by thickening white stock with a roux and allowing it to simmer to thicken up.  The most common type of Veloute sauce is made with chicken stock, however, veal and fish stock can also be used. If you want to get technical, […]

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Berries like raspberry and cranberry are full of antioxidants and among the best healthy alternatives to junk foods for children and adults alike. Whether you put them in your child’s lunch pack or yours, if any of the berry juice gets its way to your wool rugs at home, it can be quite the eyesore.  […]

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