If you have spilled coffee on your carpet, there is no need to panic. There are multiple ways of picking up coffee before the stain gets a chance to set in. These methods are among the most effective at removing this liquid.
- Lemon Juice
Lemon juice has been used as a natural stain removal remedy for many years, and it can be particularly effective with dark liquids like coffee. Combine a couple cups of warm water with ¼ cup of lemon juice in a spray bottle. Simply spray the combination on the stain before thoroughly blotting the area with an absorbent paper towel or sponge.
- Club Soda
You can also use club soda to get out tough stains before they set into the deeper layers of your carpeting. All you have to do is apply the club soda directly to the stain, as there is no need to dilute it with water. You can spray it on if you have a bottle handy. After you have applied a liberal amount of club soda to the stained area, use a cold washcloth to blot until it is completely absorbed.
- Vinegar and Detergent
Another good way of getting coffee stains out of carpeting is to use a mixture of vinegar and dish detergent. Make sure that you have a 2:3 ratio of detergent to vinegar. Make sure that you don’t apply too much. Go back and forth between pouring this mixture on and blotting the stained area until it is no longer visible.
- When you are trying to get coffee stains out of your carpeting, you’ll have to be patient. It could take up to 20 or 30 minutes to get rid of the stain completely, depending on how long it has been sitting.