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Mouthwash. Tips to remove Mouthwash stains on upholstery

It is hard not to get stains on your upholstery, but if you have a mouthwash stain on your upholstery, use these great cleaning tips to work out that stain.

When the spill or accident first happens, it is important to wipe up, blot up as much of the excess liquid as possible.Using a paper towel or a clean towel you can soak up as much of the excess mouthwash as possible.

Spray a bit of clear water on the upholstery area.Then dab and blot the mouthwash stained area, bringing out the moisture and some of the mouthwash at the same time.

Keep doing this as long as you are bringing color out of the upholstery from the mouthwash. Blot the stained area until it is near dry to touch.

If you still have a mouthwash stain on the upholstery, make a spray of water and a few drops of detergent. Spray this on the stained area and blot up using a paper towel.Try not to rub the upholstery too much so you donít stretch it out.Rinse the stained area with a clear water spray again.

Remove all the suds and any remaining mouthwash stain in the upholstery. Continue until you donít see any more suds coming from the upholstery.

Make a mixture of water and vinegar. A half and half solution will do the trick, spraying this on the mouthwash stain, and then blotting off you will get all the final traces coloring from the mouthwash, and the detergent out of the upholstery.

Blot the area well so it does not have long to dry.

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