Beer stains can occur on anything at any time. Whether you're attempting to remove beer stains from clothing, a sofa or a carpet, you'll find that patience is the key to finding the best solution for stain removal.
Things You'll Need
- White Vinegar, Bar Soap, Rubbing Alcohol, Warm Water, Nail Brush, Carpet Shampooer
How to Remove Beer Stains
The first attempt at removing beer stains should be a traditional attempt. If you've spilled beer on your clothing, wash your clothes as soon as possible.
Upon removal from the washing machine, if you still see a beer stain, do not place your clothing into the dryer. Heat will only set the stain, making it nearly impossible to remove. Instead, try washing the clothing again. Dab the stain with bar soap and add a little white vinegar to the wash cycle.
For treatment of fabric couches and sofas, sponge the stain with rubbing alcohol and then rub bar soap onto it. Let the spot dry. When the spot is dry, brush it with a nail brush.
For beer spillage on a carpet, blot the beer with a cloth or towel as soon as possible. Dilute with water and use a carpet shampooer.
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