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ramen noodle stain on the carpet

Discussion in 'General Carpet Cleaning & Upholstery Discussion' started by Wicked-4, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. Wicked-4

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    My friend spilled ramen noodles all over her carpet. It left a really nasty yellow stain in the carpet. I have a portable carpet cleaner, and I couldn't get it out. Does anybody know what I can use to get his stain out.
    thanks.
     
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    my daughter spilled some in her room once, and when I steamed cleaned it with a wand and set up an air mover, stain wicked back up after a few days. So this time i used my 360i and bonnet dry, stain is completely gone even after a month has passed.If you don't have a 360, a spotlifter would work in this situation, the key thing here is to completely flush it out and drying it. if there still some hint of yellow hit it with stainmagic.
     
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    I would try stain 1 or stain magic from Pros Choice
     
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    It's the Turmeric in the spice packet. Stain magic.
     
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    with the stain magic do you iron out the stain?
     
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    no... read the directions. Spray and walk away.
     
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    okay thanks for the info.
     
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    The yellow is likely either turmeric or curry. I have an article about this type of stain on the cleanwiki website. There is a link below if you want all the details.

    Basically use StainZONE or Stain Magic. Use fresh product. If the stain is difficult, you can accelerate the action of StainZONE with a UV flashlight.

    <a href= http://cleanwiki.com/technical-resources/> Link to Spotting information</a>
     
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