Prepare for Thanksgiving Stains
How to Handle Holiday Messes
It’s the most delicious day of the year! While passing around dishes and serving up family favorites, there are bound to be some messes. You’re prepared for the worst of them all with this Thanksgiving stains guide.
How to Treat Common Thanksgiving Stains
Supplies You’ll Need
- White cleaning cloths or paper towels
- Dish soap
- White vinegar
- White wine
- Baking soda
Treat a cranberry sauce stain as soon as possible. Simply use a mixture of dish soap and cool water to clean up this stain. Dip your towel or paper towel in the solution and blot the stain until the entire stain has been removed.
If your carpet is now sporting a gravy spill, first scoop up as much as possible. Sprinkle cornstarch over the rest of the stain, and let it sit for approximately 10 minutes. Once the grease is soaked up into the cornstarch, vacuum the area. If there is still a stain after using cornstarch, make a 1:1 mixture of vinegar and water, then blot at the area until the stain is gone.
There are multiple ways to handle a red wine stain. You can rub a baking soda and water paste into the affected area. You can also make a spray solution of vinegar, dish soap, and water, and blot with your towel. There’s another surprising method you can use: white wine. Spray it onto the stain and blot with a towel.
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