How to Remove Pizza Stains from Carpet

Why are pizza stains so difficult to remove from your carpet?

We all know those nights after work when we just don’t feel like cooking. It is indeed so pleasant to pick up the phone and conveniently order a nice XL pepperoni pizza to enjoy with a nice movie on the couch. Indeed, this sounds like the perfect way to relax after a hard day of work. However, if you accidentally drop a piece of pizza on your light colored carpeting, your relaxing evening will be completely ruined as you go into cleaning-mode in a desperate attempt to get rid of the pizza spill on your carpet. You may even become tired and give up thinking, “I’ll clean it tomorrow.” However, the longer the pizza spill sits on your carpet, the deeper the pizza will penetrate into the fibers of your carpeting. Once a pizza spill has dried completely on the carpet you will definitely need professional products to completely remove the pizza stain. Thankfully, pizza stains are quite easy to remove using Bio Oxy Stain Remover, which is a professional and clinically proven carpet stain removal product with some serious power.

If you’ve read other blogs that have encouraged you to use items from your kitchen cabinet such as vinegar, or salt, to clean the pizza stain please beware! These DIY-methods will only cause the stain to penetrate deeper into your carpet, which will mean there is an even bigger carpet stain to remove.

Tips for preventing pizza stains on carpet

As tempting as it may be, we all know that it is best not to eat pizza in the living room, or in other carpeted areas. It is absolutely best to institute a no-eating-on-the-carpet rule for your home. This is something that you can politely tell guests and family members when they come over for a dinner or get together.

However, if this is too strict for you, you can always ensure that you eat your pizza on a plate with a napkin. However, we all know that this method is not fool-proof, so pizza carpet stains may still occur.

Pizza is indeed a serious stain as there are a lot of components involved. In fact, pizza is a combination stain due to the tomato sauce, cheese and grease involved. All of these separate but equally staining parts make pizza stains a very serious carpet stain to remove.

How to remove pizza stains from carpet

By using Bio Oxy Stain Remover you can easily and thoroughly remove pizza stains from your carpet. Bio Oxy Stain Remover even works on older stains! Here is what you’ll need:

  1. Bio Oxy Stain Remover
  2. A dry towel or paper towels
  3. A wet towel or sponge
  4. A vacuum cleaner (optional)
  5. A heavy weight

How to remove pizza stains with Bio Oxy Stain Remover

  1. Remove the pizza from the carpet as soon as possible and swoop in with a paper towel to remove as much sauce as possible.
  2. Now, use the wet sponge to flush the area with water to remove as much excess sauce, cheese and grease as is possible.
  3. Now, it’s time to use your secret weapon. Use Bio Oxy Stain Remover liberally by spraying the pizza spill area on your carpet thoroughly. Use your fingers to work Bio Oxy Stain Remover into the fibers of the carpet.
  4. Let <product name> to sit on the carpet for 30 minutes.
  5. Now use the wet towel or the wet sponge to rinse Bio Oxy Stain Remover out of the carpet as best as possible.
  6. Dry the area using paper towels or the dry towel.
  7. Place a fresh dry towel on top of the area and place a heavy weight on top. This will allow any last remaining stains to be soaked up with the water.
  8. Check back in an hour to flip the towel over to the dry side and replace the weight if needed.
  9. After an hour or so, you can remove the towel and the weight and open a window or turn on a fan to give your carpeting a final burst of dryness.
  10. Finally, use a vacuum cleaner extension to fluff up the fibers of the carpeting.
  11. Because pizza stains are combination stains, they are very serious. You may need to repeat the above steps to ensure the pizza carpet stain is completely removed.