How to Remove Chocolate Stain

from Upholstery Fabric

Allow melted chocolate stain to dry and harden on upholstery fabric

Scrape off completely dry chocolate with a blunt object.

Use carpet shampoo and a soft-bristled brush to work carpet shampoo foam into stain .

Use damp sponge to wipe away foam.

This method can also be used method.

Scrape the big pieces of chocolate off the upholstery fabric.

Don’t stretch out the fabric; just pick up the big pieces if there are any.If the stain is more ground in, be sure to dab and blot the area to pick up any moisture in the upholstery fabric before you get started on fighting that dark stain.

Wet the area of your upholstery fabric using a paper towel that is moisten with either alcohol or a bit of dry cleaning solution.

Wet the upholstery fabric, wetting the chocolate stain, and then dab with a clean cloth or towel to bring out the moisture from the upholstery fabric.

Keep doing this and changing your towels until you have gotten the entire stain out or until you see that you are not bringing any more stain out of the upholstery fabric.

If you still have a bit of chocolate the upholstery fabric, use a mixture of water and a few drops of clear bleach free dish liquid , and spray over the stained area. Blot and dab until dry.

Repeat this until your stain is gone or you are unable to get any more out. Rinse the fabric with a spray of water, then dab and blot until you have brought out all the suds and soap from the fabric.

Rinse the area one last time with a mixture of half and half water and vinegar. This will bring out those deep stains and clean the fabric at the same time. Spray the mixture on, not making the fabric too wet, and then dab and blot off the moisture leaving the fabric almost dry to touch after cleaning.

WARNING: Before making any attempts to remove spot, always test fabric for colorfastness first by applying a small amount of the cleaning solution or chemical on a hidden or unnoticeable area. The tips listed here are not guaranteed to work with every carpet, fabric or upholstered item. When using any chemical or liquid on fabric you should PROCEED WITH CAUTION. If you are unsure as to how your fabric or upholstery might be affected you should call a professional cleaning technician in your area.

Some products like hydrogen peroxide, ammonia, bleach, or alcohol can change or remove the color in some fabrics.

The most important thing to remember when cleaning upholstery is to consider the fabric. If you are unsure, you can check with the manufacturer’s information. Then, before you start in cleaning, we recommend you work first on an inconspicuous area to ensure no discoloration or damage is done.

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