Removal of stains on car carpet

ultraslang

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Anyone have any idea how to remove red colour stain on car carpet?

Or is there any grooming workshop that i can bring my car in to remove the stains?

By the way the stain is caused by food colouring from melted cake...

thnx in advance
 
Re: Removal of stains on car carpet

try using a brush and some detergent and scrub lightly. if does not work, try calling this guy tuck foo. he is a specialise interior guy. 94795115
 
Re: Removal of stains on car carpet

Spray something like Meguiars Quick Out Carpet Stain Remover. I think other brands also has it.

Wait 3 - 5 mins.

Brush/rub/blot depending on the situation, then when dry vacuum that area.
 
Re: Removal of stains on car carpet

Slater;493572 said:
try using a brush and some detergent and scrub lightly. if does not work, try calling this guy tuck foo. he is a specialise interior guy. 94795115

issit a grooming shop or those mobile groomer?

went to performance motor and used their carpet cleaner oso no use...
 
Re: Removal of stains on car carpet

ultraslang;494380 said:
issit a grooming shop or those mobile groomer?

went to performance motor and used their carpet cleaner oso no use...
specialise mobile groomer. recommended it to a few bros liao. one even had scuffed dashboard and he fixed it. do try
 
Mix one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water. 2. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with the detergent/vinegar solution, blotting frequently with a dry cloth until thestain disappears. Get This suggestion from Ruger Uk.
 
Anyone have any idea how to remove red colour stain on car carpet?

Or is there any grooming workshop that i can bring my car in to remove the stains carpet removal tampa?

By the way the stain is caused by food colouring from melted cake...

thnx in advance
Removing red stains from car carpets can be a bit tricky, but there are a few methods you can try.
One option is to mix a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water and apply it to the stain with a clean cloth or sponge. Allow the solution to sit for a few minutes before blotting the area with a clean cloth to remove the stain. You may need to repeat this process a few times to completely remove the stain.
Another option is to use a commercial carpet cleaner designed specifically for automotive use. These cleaners can be found at auto parts stores and are formulated to effectively remove stains from car carpets.
If you are not comfortable attempting to remove the stain yourself, you can also take your car to a professional grooming workshop or detailer. They will have specialized tools and products to effectively remove the stain without damaging your car's carpet. Just be sure to let them know what caused the stain so they can use the appropriate products and methods to remove it.
 
Removing stains from car carpet requires a combination of proper cleaning techniques and suitable cleaning products. For water-soluble stains like food spills or mud, start by blotting the area with a clean cloth to absorb excess liquid. Then, apply a mixture of mild detergent and water to the stain and gently scrub with a soft-bristled brush. For oil-based stains such as grease or oil spills, sprinkle baking soda or cornstarch on the affected area to absorb the oil, then vacuum it up before treating the stain with a commercial carpet cleaner or upholstery cleaner. Stubborn stains may require multiple treatments or the use of specialized stain removers formulated for automotive carpets. Always test any cleaning product on a small, inconspicuous area first to ensure compatibility with your car's carpet material. After removing the stain, allow the carpet to air dry thoroughly before returning to normal use. Regular vacuuming and prompt cleaning of spills can help prevent stains and keep your car's carpet looking clean and fresh.
 

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