Removal of a Berry Juice Stain From Carpet

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Even the "non-spill" sippy cups can spill and leave a nasty berry juice stain on the carpet, so if you have little ones you'll want to learn this easy method for berry juice removal. Take another step toward "kid-proofing" your home with this free video on carpet cleaning.

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Video Transcript

Hey everybody, hope you're having a great day. It's dynamic John Mickel of Dynamic Carpet Care, and I get asked all the time, how do I get berry juice out of a carpet? The little ones are walking around, and they have those non spilly sippy cups, they do spill, and the berry juice gets on the carpet. What do I do? Well, we're going to mix up a home remedy first. Get yourself a spray bottle, fill it with hot water. Now, you're going to put a couple drops of dish detergent in there, shake it up and when you see suds, you're good, get a white cotton towel and get a steam iron. What you're going to do then is take your solution and spray the berry juice. Now, take your white cloth and put it over the stain. What you'll do now is make sure your iron of course is plugged in and it's on steam. You put the iron on top of the cloth, on top of the stain and just iron that area out for a couple of seconds. Once you stop you're going to see that the berry juice is being transferred onto the towel. Repeat those steps a couple of times until you see it's completely onto the towel. If that problem still lingers, just contact a local professional in your area or feel free to contact me at and remember, keep it clean my friends.


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