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 we have put together the following instructions on removing jelly or jam from your gorgeous rug.
“Combine two cups of warm water with a tablespoon of ammonia. If you do not have ammonia, rubbing alcohol can be used as a substitute.”
1. Equipment Needed
70%-90% Rubbing Alcohol │ Warm Water │ Ammonia │ Terry Cloth/Sponge │ Dish detergent
In a bottle combine and stir a tablespoon of dish detergent with one and a half cups of warm water.
Using the rag apply the detergent mixture to the jelly or jam stain on the rug.
Absorb the water using another cloth until the area is dry. If the stain persists continue to the following steps.
Combine two cups of warm water with a tablespoon of ammonia. If you do not have ammonia, rubbing alcohol can be used as a substitute.
Use a new rag and apply the rubbing alcohol or ammonia mixture to the area.
Rinse the carpet with cold water and blot the area dry.