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 is a white or brown gravy the only thing that may fluctuate when removing the stain is repeating the steps depending on how quickly you get to the stain and whether or not it’s a thick or light substance.
“Apply the baking soda or cornstarch to the area of the stain and allow it to sit for 20-30 minutes.”
1. Equipment Needed
Ammonia │ Hot Water │ Butter Knife │ Baking soda Or Cornstarch │ Terry Cloth │ Mild Dish Detergent
Use the knife in order to clean up the area and get rid of any gravy on the surface of the rug.
Apply the baking soda or cornstarch to the area of the stain and allow it to sit for 20-30 minutes.
Vacuum up the area once the time has passed.
Combine two cups of hot water with a tablespoon of ammonia and a tablespoon of ammonia.
Use your terry cloth to blot the stained area with the mixture.
Rinse the stain with warm water and a new rag and blot the area dry. Repeat steps 4-6 until the stain is gone.