STAIN REMOVAL GUIDE: Hollandaise Sauce

how to get Hollandaise sauce out of rug

Home just wouldn’t be home without a laundry hamper full of grass-stained kids’ clothes, also the washing machine works great for those. 

The green pigment comes from chlorophyll, which is responsible for absorbing sunlight and turning it into energy for it. It also contains chemical compounds called carotenoids, and xanthophylls, which are pigments. 

The question is, what if the grass stains get on your Wool Rug? Take a deep breath, don’t panic, and follow these simple steps to remove grass stains from the rug.

Also, at any other sauce accident, make sure to get help from these stain removal guide, such as Tomato sauce, Espagnole sauce, Bechamel Sauce, Veloute sauce, Salsa, Mustard, and BBQ sauce.

“Hollandaise can be a little tricky to remove due to the fatty acids from the butter and eggs combined”

1. Equipment Needed

Water  Terry Cloth. Baking Soda  │  Vinegar, Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol Mild Dish Detergent

2. Steps 


Blot the area where you spilled the hollandaise sauce with paper towels to remove fresh sauce, or scrape dried sauce gently away.


Sprinkle baking soda, baby powder, or cornmeal, completely covering the hollandaise sauce stain.


Allow the powder to sit on the stain for up to 6 hours so it can absorb the sauce.


Vacuum up the powder.


Wet a clean cloth with isopropyl rubbing alcohol and rub the stain from the outside in.


Mix water and a grease-cutting dish liquid. Scrub any remaining stain.


Rinse with a cloth dipped in equal parts warm water and vinegar.


Blot the area with a clean, dry terry cloth.


Cover again with baking soda, cornmeal, or baby powder and vacuum it up once the area is completely dry.

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