How to Remove Bleach Stains | Cleanipedia

How to Remove Bleach Stains | Cleanipedia


Welcome to Cleanipedia. Always read the instructions
before using a product. Remember to check fabric care labels or manufacturer’s guidelines
and test a small area before using a product or natural solution. You must clean bleach from carpets or upholstery
immediately, before the bleach has changed the colour of the fibres. Remember to use
biocides safety and always read the label. Take a clean white cloth, and blot the excess
bleach away from the stain. Don’t rub the mark or you will increase
the size of the stain. Fill a bowl with warm water and washing up
liquid like Persil. Using a microfibre cloth, apply the solution
to the stain and blot more of the bleach away. Empty your bowl and fill it will fresh cold
water. With a clean microfibre cloth, rinse the
area with the cold water. Lay paper towels on the stain to absorb as
much water as possible. Once the stain is dry, go over it with a vacuum. Find more useful cleaning tips at cleanipedia.co.uk

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