HG provides 5 tips on how to remove stains from a sofa.

how to remove stains from a sofaYou know the story. Nasty stains on your sofa. Houses are for living in. Living rooms in particular. Accidents do happen. If the stain was in a place that is not immediately obvious, it can absorb deeply before you know it. Removing stains from the sofa can be a work of patience. Particularly when it has been there for a while. Removing absorbed stains from fabric can be particularly difficult. Removing a grease stain from a sofa and cleaning carpet stains can be tricky too.

In this article we share tips on removing stains from upholstery. For example old or new stains from the sofa. But also stains from car upholstery. It is even possible to remove old stains from fabric sofas with our tips. You can clean your sofa in no time.

HG removes all stains from a sofa

HG stain remover extra strong removes the most difficult stains. With this stain spray even the most deeply absorbed stains present no problem at all. This stain spray is enhanced with active oxygen. This means it will remove stains from nearly all types of fabric, including carpets, upholstery or car upholstery. 

HG stain spray extra strong is ideal to have at home as a fabric sofa stain remover or as a general stain remover. It works for cleaning carpet stains too. We also have HG carpet & upholstery cleaner for stains in carpets.

Do you have a specific stain in fabrics or clothing? Take a look at our other stain remover products. 

Follow the steps below for the correct use of HG stain remover extra strong:

  1. Spray the stains with HG and leave to absorb for a few minutes.
  2. Wipe off the released dirt with a clean, absorbent cloth (e.g. a terrycloth towel or kitchen roll).
  3. Then rub the surface dry.
  4. The result is a stain-free carpet or upholstery.

4 alternative tips on how to remove stains from a sofa.

cleaning carpet stainsWith HG it is easy to remove stains from a sofa. There are also DIY tips on the internet. We would like to share 4. Be careful! These products don’t always work. For specific stains it is wise to use a professional HG product.

1. Shampoo
You can remove stains from a sofa or a carpet with shampoo. Apply the shampoo undiluted to the stain. Massage with a damp cloth or sponge. 

2. Baking soda
You can remove stains from a sofa with baking soda. Dissolve a few spoonfuls of soda in hot water. Apply this mixture to the stain with a sponge. Dry the spot with a cloth. This method is less suitable for removing an absorbed stain.

3. Iron
You can use an iron to remove stains from fabrics. Be careful, because irons get hot. First prepare a mixture of hot water and a small amount of detergent. Apply the mixture liberally to the stain. The stain should be properly wet. Leave it to absorb for a few minutes. Then put a cloth over the stain and iron this with the iron until the spot is dry. 

4. Soft household soap
Soft household soap is often used to remove stains. Prepare a mixture of lukewarm water and soft household soap. Use a sponge to scrub the stain from the sofa or the carpet. Then dry the stain with a towel and leave it to air dry.

The above tips only work for removing stains from a fabric sofa. If you have a leather sofa and looking for a leather sofa stain remover, use HG deep cleaner for leather. You tried to remove the stains from your fabric sofa with the above tips but did not get a good result? Use HG stain spray extra strong for a guaranteed result.

If you have a good tip on how to remove stains from the sofa, please let us know!

Frequently Asked Questions on how to remove stains from a sofa

How to remove water stains from a fabric sofa or other stains?

You can remove stains from a sofa with:

  • shampoo
  • baking soda
  • steam iron
  • soft household soap

Which HG product do I use to remove stains from a sofa?

HG stain spray extra strong removes even the most difficult stains from your settee.

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