by Karen Bates
(last updated March 18, 2019)
It can be discouraging when you clean an area of your home but see the same old stain every time that just won't go away. You could have everything else perfectly cleaned, but that one little stain will bother you as long as it's there. A stain like this might force you to cover it up with a strategically-placed rug or a piece of furniture just so you won't have to see it anymore. It may seem like you tried everything to get rid of the spot, only to be let down.
Although ridding your home of a stain might seem impossible, there may be things that you haven't tried yet that could be effective. Sometimes, trying a different cleaning method will make all the difference, even if you've tried to remove the stain before without success.
Whether you have a stubborn stain on the carpet, sofa, clothing, or another material, using certain cleaning methods for different surfaces can help you erase that stain for good. To clean annoying stains, try one of these ideas:
Although not all stains will come out easily, trying different methods that you may not have considered before could do the trick. Give it a try and you might be pleasantly surprised.
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