If you want a refreshing drink to enjoy on a hot afternoon then grabbing some mango juice can be an excellent way to quench your thirst. Mango juice is really delicious and it can surely quench your thirst on a very humid summer day. The great thing about mango juice is that it is really healthy too so you will get a ton of vitamins and minerals while enjoying a big burst of freshness in every gulp.
While mango juice can be really delicious to drink it is definitely not something that you would want to clean on your carpet. Sadly there are many instances when drinks get spilled on the carpet and if ever you have done so with mango juice then you better know how to clean it the right way.
For homeowners who are facing this very predicament in their home, here is a handy guide that you will find useful in order to effectively clean the mango juice stains on their carpets easily.
1. Step one is to remove the spilled mango juice on your carpet. You should not waste any time before doing this as the liquid can seep into the carpet causing more trouble. Use a clean paper towel to blot the area again and again until you have removed as much of the liquid as you can.
2. Once the carpet is cleared of the spilled mango juice, the next step that you should perform is making a cleaning solution that will get rid of the stain. You should try to make one on your own as this is actually a very simple step to do. You can mix 1 teaspoon of clear ammonia together with 1 cup of lukewarm water to make a very useful cleaning agent for the stain.
3. Armed with the homemade cleaning solution , g to where the stain is on your carpet and then use a small amount of the cleaning solution on the affected area. Let the cleaning agent soak the mango juice stain for a while before using some clean paper towels to blot the unsightly stain again and again.
4. The ugly stain won’t be easily removed by just blotting it a few times. You should do it repeatedly until the entire stain is gone. Once that happens, get a cup of water and rinse the area that you finished cleaning and then dry everything off using some paper towels or a rag to complete the task.