Scrambled, over easy, or just plain folded over in an omelet. However, it is that you take your eggs. We can all agree that they are delicious and nutritious and quite affordable.
The inside out comprises the yellow yolk first, then a layer of egg white, and a fragile eggshell coating outside. Moreover, the yellow color is due to lutein and zeaxanthin, yellow or orange carotenoids known as xanthophylls.
Whether the stain is from a yolk or white, both stains tend to harden when they dry. If it were part of the yolk, you would immediately spot its yellow stain.
Above all, an accident will happen, and when it does, you will be more than prepared to deal with it. Moreover, we put together a step-by-step guide to get the raw egg out of the rug. Follow the instructions below to help your rug catch the eyes again!
Do not worry about other food accidents; please make sure to get help from our complete food and beverage stain removal guide.
“Whether the stain is from an egg yolk or an egg white both stains tend to harden and dry very fast and need attention immediately!”
Quickly clean up the egg bulk with a clean terry cloth to prevent the spill from penetrating your rug.
Once you have cleaned up the excess, immediately take a mixture of ⅔ cup of water and ⅓ cup of white vinegar to neutralize odor.
Repeat as necessary to prevent and stain or odor setting up in the rug.