How to Remove Cream Cheese Stains From Carpets?

If you dropped cream cheese on your favourite carpet then here is how you can remove it easily without wasting too much time or effort.

How to Remove Cream Cheese Stains From Carpets?

First thing is removing the excess cream cheese from the surface. Before you begin cleaning, you need to prepare the carpet which means scooping up the cream cheese you dropped. I like to use a spoon because it’s the easiest way.

Then mix two cups of warm water, two tablespoons of distilled white vinegar, and a tablespoon of any dishwashing liquid. Dip a cloth in the mixture and start treating the affected area. Don’t apply too much pressure and simply blot rather than rub because otherwise, you will drive the stain deeper.

Once you are ready with treating the stain, it’s time to rinse it with a damp cloth. Again, blot the area so you remove the soapy water and the vinegar. The soap will attract impurities which may lead to dirty patches forming on the carpet while the vinegar just smells bad.

Once you remove everything and rinse the area well, let the carpet air-dry, and do not apply direct heat to it. You may think that using your blowdryer to speed up the drying process might be suitable but it is not because if for some reason the stain is not removed completely, the high heat will set the stain and you will have a much harder time removing it later.