Steemer Express 100% Guarantee

A Veteran Owned Company


Adhesives


Step 1-Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Beer

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Berries

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Bleach

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 3-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Blood

Step 1-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with cold tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be expediated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Brass Stain

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 3-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Butter

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 6-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Candle Wax

For small amounts:

Step 1– Nail polish remover (Amyl Acetate) Apply nail polish remover to a dry white cotton cloth and gently work in the solvent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 3-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.

For Large amounts:

Use a brown paper bag from your grocery store and a warm iron. Place the brown paper bag over the wax to be romoved and apply the iron over the bag. As the wax is absorbed, the bag will become dark. After the spot on the bag has absorbed the wax, move the bag to a clean spot and continue to absorb the wax until it is gone.


Candy

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Chewing Gum

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center

Step 2-Isopropyl Alcohol (available in grocery and drug stores). Apply alcohol to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Chocolate

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 6-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Cigarette Burn

Step 1-Trim all melted fibers away with scissors.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Cocktail

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Coffee

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Cola

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Cooking Fat

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Copier Toner

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Cosmetics

Step 1– Nail polish remover (Amyl Acetate) Apply nail polish remover to a dry white cotton cloth and gently work in the solvent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 3– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 6-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 7-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Cough Syrup

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Crayon

Step 1-Freeze substance with ice, then chip away. It is essential that you remove all debris possible using this method, before moving on to the next step.

Step 2-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 3– Prepare a detergent solution . Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Feces

Step 1-Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Fingernail Polish

Step 1– Nail polish remover (Amyl Acetate) Apply nail polish remover to a dry white cotton cloth and gently work in the solvent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 3– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Fruit Juice

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Glue

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Gravy

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 6-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Grease

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Ink(Ball Point)

Step 1– Nail polish remover (Amyl Acetate) Apply nail polish remover to a dry white cotton cloth and gently work in the solvent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 3– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 6-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 7-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Iodine

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent
from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then
continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 6-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Kool-Aid

Step 1-Isopropyl Alcohol (available in grocery and drug stores). Apply alcohol to a dry white cotton cloth, then gentlywork in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Ketchup

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Latex Caulk

Step 1-Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Lipstick

Step 1– Nail polish remover (Amyl Acetate) Apply nail polish remover to a dry white cotton cloth and gently work in the solvent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 3– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 6-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 7-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Medicine

Step 1– Nail polish remover (Amyl Acetate) Apply nail polish remover to a dry white cotton cloth and gently work in the solvent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 3– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 6-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 7-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Mustard

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Newsprint

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.


Motor Oil

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Paint – Acrylic

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Paint – Enamel

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth.

Step 3-Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Paint – Finger

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Paint – Latex(dry)

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Paint – Latex(wet)

Step 1– Nail polish remover (Amyl Acetate) Apply nail polish remover to a dry white cotton cloth and gently work in the solvent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 3– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 6-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Paint – Oil Based

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center

Step 2-Isopropyl Alcohol (available in grocery and drug stores). Apply alcohol to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 6-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Paint – Water Based

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Rust

Step 1-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Salad Dressing

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2-Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Sauces

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center.

Step 2– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 5-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 6-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Syrup

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Tar

Step 1-Dry cleaning fluid, available in grocery and hardware stores. ( Energine, Carbona ) Apply dry cleaning fluid to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center

Step 2-Isopropyl Alcohol (available in grocery and drug stores). Apply alcohol to a dry white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Tea

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Tomato Sauce

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 4-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Toothpaste

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Urine

Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent
from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then
continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent
from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then
continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Water Stain

Step 1-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.




Wine


Step 1– Prepare a detergent solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 2-Prepare a vinegar solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then continue on to the next step.

Step 3-Prepare an ammonia solution. Apply the solution to a white cotton cloth, then gently work in the cleaning agent from the edges of the spot to the center. Continue until there is no longer transfer of the spot to the cleaning cloth, then
continue on to the next step.

Step 4-Blot with lukewarm tap water. It is essential that you thoroughly remove any remaining residue with the clear
water rinse. Absorb remaining moisture with an absorbent cloth. Drying may be accelerated by air movement.

Step 5-Call our office if you can not completely remove the spot.

See Our Specials
SteamWorx

509-464-6242

Schedule A Free Estimate