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Dye Stains | Juice Stains

Dye and Juice stains both share the same removal video that is because quite a few processed beverages are colored with Red40 dye - from "fruit" drinks to teas and sport drinks. Bright red is an eye catching color and that's a very important feature in the beverage industry.  Of course we all know Fruit Juice: it's good for your health but terrible for your carpets. If you lose your grip on your grape juice, or have a cranberry juice catastrophe, don't panic. 

Just follow these steps to banish the Juice Stain and get your carpet looking healthy again.  Many people think that spilling juice or dye on their carpet means that the carpet is ruined. That is quite simply not the case.  Watch this video to see how to remove even the most difficult juice stains and dye stains from your carpet effectively.



Juice Stain Cleaning Products

I am sure you found the remove juice stains and dye stains from carpet video useful.  If you still have questions please contact Aunt Patti on the left side of the page.  As you watched my video, you will have noticed that we used a a particular dye and juice stain cleaning product.  This product is readily available and although you can usually find these products anywhere online I generally get them at the Cleaning Solutions Superstore.  

To purchase the juice stain cleaning products used in this video, please click on the links below

  • This wonderful Juice Out cleaner can be used to clean and remove a wide range of food and drink stains from the carpet.