How to Remove Beet Juice Stains from Carpet

Why are beet juice stains on carpeting so difficult to remove?

If you have a juicer, then you’ve definitely tried beet juice. Beet juice is full of nitrates, which actually improve blood flow. Therefore, beet juice is often classified as a superfood. For those of you who have ever spilled beet juice on your carpet, beet juice can also be classified as a super stain. In fact, beet juice is so potent that it is used to dye clothing, hair, and can even dye your teeth its characteristic pinkish hue  if you drink too much. Thus, one can only imagine the havoc that beet juice can wreak upon some lovely light-colored carpeting.

It only takes a day for beet juice to dye fabrics like cotton or wool to a lovely pinkish hue. This is amazing if you’re dyeing your clothing. Though, you may not be as enthusiastic if you’ve got an accidental spill on your carpet. Beet juice carpet stains are serious. It’s incredibly important to treat the stain as soon as possible. The longer the beet juice stays on your carpet, the more intense the color of the stain will become. If the stain has been on your carpet for more than a few days, the beet juice carpet stain will be nearly impossible to remove without using professional carpet cleaning products.

Bio Oxy Stain Remover is one product that is specially formulated with stain-fighting ingredients that can even fight natural dye stains like beet juice stains. So, head on over to our online shop  to pick up some Bio Oxy Stain Remover to clean the beet juice carpet stain.

Tips for preventing beet juice stains in carpet

If you’re juicing, be sure to always put your juices in a cup with a lid. Coffee cups with closing lids are perfect for juices to be transported to carpeted rooms. You should never drink your juice from a basic glass without a lid. Walking through the house with your beautiful beet juice in a glass without a lid is a very bad idea. This is how accidents happen. It’s always better to be safe than sorry, so get yourself a coffee tumbler and protect your carpeting.

Furthermore, if you have children it is imperative that they only drink juice in the kitchen. Cleaning up a spill on tiles or linoleum is a piece of cake compared to a beet juice carpet stain. Your kids will get used to coming into the kitchen to drink their juice and your carpet will thank you.

How to remove beet juice stains from carpet

Remember, beet juice stains are very serious, but with Bio Oxy Stain Remover you’ll be able to completely eliminate the carpet stain in no time. Here is all you’ll need:

  1. A damp towel
  2. Bio Oxy Stain Remover
  3. Some dry towels
  4. A vacuum cleaner (optional)
  5. A heavy weight

How to remove beet juice stains with Bio Oxy Stain Remover

  1. Quickly grab some paper towels or a dish towel and run over to the stain and start blotting. Blot the area and use pressure from your arms to soak up as much of beet juice as possible.
  2. Now, it’s time to use your secret weapon. Thoroughly spray the carpet stain with Bio Oxy Stain Remover. Don’t be afraid to work Bio Oxy Stain Remover into the fibers of your carpeting with your fingers.
  3. Allow Bio Oxy Stain Remover to sit on the carpeting for up to 30 minutes.
  4. Now, use a wet sponge to flush the area and then come in with a dry towel to blot up with moisture.
  5. Now, you’ll see that your carpet is quite wet. Place the heavy weight on top of the dry towel and allow it to sit for an hour or two.
  6. Check back in a couple hours and flip the towel over so that the dry side is down. Place the weight on top again.
  7. In an hour or two, remove the weight.
  8. Use a vacuum cleaner to refresh the texture of your newly cleaned carpet.
  9. Remember, beet juice is a dye. Therefore, you may need to repeat these steps. If the stain has been sitting on your carpet for more than a week, you may also want to use an old toothbrush to scrub Bio Oxy Stain Remover deeply into the fibers of your carpet.