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How To Remove Chewing Gum From Carpet & Upholstery

Cleaning expert, Melissa Maker addresses the challenging issue of removing gum from a variety of ‘hosts’ including hair, carpet/upholstery and clothing. This is a very popular question and we have been asked multiple times about how to handle gum removal.

How To Remove Chewing Gum From Your Carpet

3 different methods are demonstrated to show you exactly how to get rid of gum! It is possible with a little bit of work and the right tools. Enjoy!

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You will need the following items to remove chewing gum from your carpet:

1) Gum disaster
2) Boiling vinegar
3) Water
4) Dish soap
5) Paper towels
6) Oil
7) Fork
8) Toothbrush

For Carpet & Upholstery:

Use a fork and pick out as much gum as possible. Put 1 cup of vinegar into a kettle …

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How To Effectively Remove Pet Urine & Stains For Cheap

Non toxic DIY formula to remove pet odor an stains from carpet and mattresses. It Works!!

How To Effectively Remove Pet Stains & Urine

You will need the following items –

  • water
  • vinegar
  • hydrogen peroxide
  • dish soap
  • baking soda
  • firm bristle brush
  • terry cloth towels

First, if the stain is wet soak up any excess liquid using your terry cloth towel, paper towel or wet/dry vac.

Mix half water and half white vinegar and soak the stain. Make sure to go an inch or so around the stain to ensure removing all odor. Leave for a few minutes, then soak up excess moisture.

Add a thick (at least quarter inch) layer of baking soda.

Mix together hydrogen peroxide and dish soap. For every cup of peroxide needed, add a teaspoon of dish soap. Apply liberally.

Using your firm bristle brush, work the mixture into the stain.

Let sit for 15 …

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How to Remove Red Wine Stains from Your Carpet

Cabernet and carpet don’t mix, but if you act quickly you can save the day.

How to Remove Red Wine Stains from Your Carpet

Step 1:
Immediately blot the stain — don’t rub it, blot it — with paper towels. Start from the outer edges of the stain and work your way in.

If you don’t have anything else on hand, pour a thick layer of salt on the stain to keep it from setting. When you have the proper cleaning ingredients, vacuum up the salt and follow the rest of the steps.

Step 2:
Mix together the dish washing liquid, white vinegar, and warm water in a bowl.

Step 3:
Blot the mixture onto the stain with a clean white rag, starting at the outer edges of the stain. As you go, blot the same area with a dry rag or paper towels, alternating between dabbing on the …

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