Gravy is great on biscuits or on a piece of turkey on Thanksgiving, but what happens when you spill that greasy liquid on your beautiful rug? We have put together a Step-By-Step instruction guide on removing a gravy stain from your rug. Just to note it doesn’t matter if it
We all love those jellies and jams that you use on biscuits and the classic PB&J sandwich but what happens when you or your child spills their delicious snack all over your brand new rug! Have no fear Khazai is here! Well our stain removal techniques at least… Outlined below
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. Removing salsa stains is not difficult and can be
Honey, although very delicious, can create quite a mess, especially when it comes to dripping on your fabric and rug. It is difficult to remove because of its high viscosity and sticky nature. This golden fluid is a combination of different types of sugars and other compounds. But don’t worry,
Whether it was an honest accident or not so much, Beer stains happen. Colorization is caused by two different chemical reactions. The first one is a chemical process that attaches the amino acids to the sugars in the beer, and the second one prompting those sugars to break down. These
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 it comes to white wine or champagne stains they can pretty much happen at any event such as birthdays, weddings, parties. That’s why it is one of the most common stain stains that you will need to know how to remove and the steps that are involved. Below we