BLEACH AND CARPET FIBRES JUST DO NOT GET ON, AND IF BY ACCIDENT YOU SPILLED BLEACH ON THE CARPET, HERE’S WHAT YOU CAN DO.
The Objective here is to remove it before it drys in and becomes a permanent stain because then you’ll regret it. Here’s two things you can try, it may or it may not work depending on if it was a strong or mild bleach product.
HOW TO HOPEFULLY REMOVE BLEACH OUT OF CARPET – METHOD # 1
Step 1. As soon as you notice the bleach stain, immediately blot it with water and paper towel. Do not to scrub or rub the bleach, as this could make it spread.
Step 2. Mix ¼ tsp of mild dishwashing liquid with 1 cup of warm water.
Step 3. Pour the solution over the bleach stain and let sit for about 5 minutes.
Step 4. Once the stain has dried, rub it with a cloth or sponge, working from the outside in so you don’t spread the stain.
Step 5. Rinse with cold water and dry.
HOW TO HOPEFULLY REMOVE BLEACH OUT OF CARPET – METHOD # 2
Step 1. Mix 3-4 cups of warm water with 1 half to 2 tbsp of white vinegar.
Step 2. Pour this mixture over the stained area of your carpet.
Step 3. Let it soak into the stain for about 5 minutes, then rub the stain with a cloth or sponge. The bleach stain should gradually start to disappear (vanish).
Step 4. If the bleach stain is still visible slightly, repeat step 1 again until it’s no longer there or until most of it come’s out anyway.
Step 5. Rinse the area with cold water. The vinegar smell should eventually disappear.
Hopefully one of the methods of bleach stain removal proves successful.
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