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How to Clean Cranberry Sauce Stains

A Step-by-Step Guide

How to clean cranberry sauce stain

You almost made it through Thanksgiving dinner without a mess. Almost. But cranberry sauce spilled on your dining room chairs. Your beautiful cream-colored upholstery is now sporting splots of deep red color. What should you do? Read on to learn how to clean cranberry sauce stains.

How to Clean Cranberry Sauce Stains

Supplies You’ll Need

  • Dish soap
  • Cool water
  • A white towel or paper towel

Your Step-by-Step Guide to Clean Cranberry Sauce Stains

Step 1: Don’t wait! The key to any stain is treating it as soon as possible, and cranberry sauce is no different. Grab your supplies and get to it.

Step 2: Get up as much as possible. Before tackling the stain with your cleaning solution, get up as much as the sauce as possible. Gently scoop it up, careful not to rub it deeper into the fabric.

Step 3: Make your mixture of dish soap with water.

Step 4: Blot stain. Using a white cloth or paper towel, dab at the stain gently. Don’t use circular motions and rub it, or you might cause the stain to go deeper into the fiber.

Step 5: Repeat. That red sauce can be tricky to take care of! Repeat steps two through four as necessary, being sure to switch out the cloth when it is no longer white.

Tough Thanksgiving Stains? JDog Carpet Cleaning & Floor Care Is Here.

Fabrics are delicate. Different upholstery requires different cleaning techniques—especially when it comes to those tough Thanksgiving stains—so the Veteran and Military family member technicians at JDog Carpet Cleaning are trained to identify fabric type and use only the safest cleaning methods to revive your upholstery. When you call us at 844-GET-JDOG, you can expect transparent, fair pricing. Your technician will arrive on-time, in uniform and won’t stop cleaning until the project meets our high standards. Call us today at 844-GET-JDOG for a free quote.