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Prune juice. Tips to remove Prune juice stains on upholstery
If you spill some prune juice, use these tips to get that dark stain out of your upholstery fast!
When the stain is still fresh be sure to blot up, soak up any excess liquid before treating the stain. Using a few paper towels or a towel will do the trick. For the stain that is already dry, and for after you have blotted the fresh stain, wet the upholstery with a few sprays of clear water.
Let this sit for a few seconds and then blot up the water, removing more of the stain as you blot. Continue changing your paper towels and towels as you spray and blot the stain.Continue until you are not removing any more of the prune stain.
Using hydrogen peroxide, spray a bit of peroxide on the stained area, dabbing the first couple of times, bringing out the moisture and some of the loose prune juice.
Then spray the upholstery and let it sit for about an hour. Re spray the stained area with peroxide and blot up again, removing trace amounts of the prune juice and moisture.
If you find that you still have some prune juice stain in your upholstery, make a solution of water and a few drops of clear detergent. Spray this on the prune juice stain, blotting to bring out more of the stain.
Continue as long as you are bringing out more of the stain. Rinse the upholstery using clear water, and blotting with a clean rag.
Blot the upholstery to bring out any remaining suds and prune stains.