Especially this time of year, ranch dip or dressing, is particularly popular as a condiment to enhance foods or an ingredient to create them. Ranch dressing or dip is common companions to BBQs, meals, picnics, and get-togethers. This incredible food is derived of garlic, salt, and onions along with herbs and spices with mayonnaise and buttermilk. Fried chicken, pizza, and chips along the carrots, celery and salads are fan favorites that go well with ranch dressing or dip. With the vast assortment of food option and increased food gathering events, the risk of marring your carpet with ranch dip stains are high.
Tools & Equipment Needed to Remove Ranch Stains from Carpet
Ranch dressing is one of the hardest substances to remove from carpet. Because of the complexity, and the composition of the dressing, it is can stain quickly so treating it immediately is essential. Having such stains will be a major eyesore, making the room’s appearance poor. In an effort to help spare your carpets of ranch dressing stains, we at Tough Carpet Cleaning would like to share one way you can treat it. Retrieve the following items:
– Squirt Bottle
– 1 tsp Non-Bleach Laundry Detergent
– 1 Quart of Warm Water
– Favorite Store-bought Carpet Stain Cleaner
– Dull Edge Tool (Spatula, Spoon, or Butter knife)
– White Paper Towels
– Clean White Cloths
– Dry White Towel
How to Remove Ranch Dressing Stains from Carpet
1) Promptly begin treating the spill by scooping the goop off the surface carefully with your dull edge tool; being careful not to smash it or spread it on the carpet. As you remove the bulk, wipe off the remnants onto your paper towel(s).
2) Be sure to conduct a patch test in an inconspicuous location to make sure it will not compromise the carpet, whether you chose to use the mixture or a store-bought stain remover. Using the commercial cleaner will call for following the directions on the label. Never over saturate with either product. Combine and mix well the non-bleach laundry detergent and warm water if you prefer this solution.
3) For the DYI cleaner, let it sit for at least 5 minutes to let the properties of the ranch dressing break down. It will help remove be a success and make it easier.
4) Blot the outer perimeter of the ranch dip residue with a damp, clean cloth to prevent the stain from expanding and work your way to the center. Never rub or scrub as this will spread it and push it deep in the carpet.
5) Use dry paper towels to absorb any excess moisture after the residue of efficiently removed. Spray water on the surface of the area and use your towel to absorb the remaining moisture and any linger film left from the cleaner. Ensure the carpet is as dry as possible before completing this task.
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Should you have difficulty removing the ranch dip or dressing stains from your carpets, or have any other additional stains, call Tough Carpet Cleaning and let our team of specialists get your stains removed from your carpets. Contact us today!