How To Remove Baking Soda Stains From A Carpet?

As many of you probably know a lot of stains can be removed with baking soda. I love using natural ingredients to deal with all sorts of stains on my carpet, upholstery, and even on my clothes. But there is one downfall to using baking soda – when you let it absorb a liquid, for example, and the powder dries, you need to take a few extra steps to remove the baking soda because it forms a stain.

But don’t worry too much about it – and don’t avoid using baking soda because of this, it’s still the most effective stain removal method. Instead, follow these steps!

Here Is What You Need To Do!

– The First Method

Start off with mixing three parts of warm water with one part of white vinegar in a bowl, soak a sponge in there and treat the area. Repeat a few times until you fully remove the baking soda then rinse with a damp cloth.

– The Second Method

If you don’t feel like doing everything I listed in the first method – and the baking soda is completely dry, just grab your vacuum cleaner and get rid of the powder with it.

And that’s it. Both of these methods are effective and easy to follow – just pick the one that is most suitable for you. If I have to be honest, I prefer the second one because it’s the easiest, however, if you don’t have a vacuum cleaner available right now – go for the first one!