Nobody wants to have a big, dark stain on their beautiful rugs. This can be a very frustrating experience that can drive any rug owner mad. An example of these tough stains is having soy sauce spilled all over your rug. This happens quite often, as a lot of people love to eat all around the house and mishaps may occur that will result in spilling soy sauce on your rug.
Facing this problem can be very hard for any area rug owner. You would need to spend a lot of effort in order to properly get rid of this mess in order to maintain the cleanliness of your rug. But lucky for you, it can be made a little easier if you know the right things to do. Here is a useful guide that you can follow in eliminating the soy sauce stain on your rug.
- Start things off by using a paper towel or a sponge to absorb the excess soy sauce on your rug. Simply dab the spill with it in order to remove the excess liquid. Do this until you have remove as much of the soy sauce on the rug as you can.
- Next, you will need to create a cleaning solution which will help in removing the stain. For this, you will need to mix a teaspoon of non-bleach laundry detergent and ¾ liters of water. Place this in a contained, preferably a spray bottle, and then use it on the stained portion of the rug.
- Spray the soy sauce stain on the rug using the cleaning solution you just made. Let the solution soak the stain for about three to five minutes before proceeding and blotting it using a clean white cloth. The cleaning solution will help in breaking down the stain and blotting it will help transfer the stain from the rug and onto the cloth.
- Continue blotting the affected area until the rug cleaning solution dries up. If there is still some stain on the rug, apply some of the cleaning solution again and repeat the previous step. Repeat this until the entire stain is gone.
- Lastly, you should try to rinse the part of the rug where the stain was. This is in order to help get rid of any residue that may get left behind. After rinsing it with a cup of water, get some clean rags or a wet/dry vac to dry it up completely.