STAIN REMOVAL GUIDE: Grass

how to remove grass stains from carpet

A home couldn’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 the plant, 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 carpet or rug.

“Grass stains contain compounds such as carotenoids and xanthophyll’s which give grass it’s green coloration” 

1. Equipment Needed

Clean Terry Cloth  │  Isopropyl Alcohol  │  White Vinegar, Woolite  │  Water

2. Steps 

1.

Vacuum stained area to ensure no debris or small grass pieces are still on rug, feel free to use handheld vacuum attachment to penetrate deep within the pile of the rug.

2.

Make a thick mixture of water and Woolite, and gently rub into stain with a stiff brush.

3.

Make a thick mixture of water and Woolite, and gently rub into stain with a stiff brush.

4.

If any remnant of stain remains, blot the area with a clean cloth and Isopropyl alcohol.

5.

Repeat steps 2 through 4 until stain has lifted.

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