How to Remove Throwup and Vomit Stains from Carpet

Why are throwup stains on carpeting so difficult to remove?

There’s absolutely nothing worse than throwing up. Well, unless you just threw up all over your new carpeting. Even worse, when you’re sick, you often don’t have the strength to fully clean a carpet throwup stain. Therefore, throwup stains often sit on carpeting overnight, or for a few days until the person recovers. throwup stains are loaded with acids, which can break down the fibers of your carpeting and allow the foods and other proteins in the throwup to congeal into the carpeting.

As you can see, throwup is truly a combination stain for carpets as it contains protein, acids, and other types of partially digested foods. Combination stains are difficult to treat, and some blogs may suggest that you use  DIY methods to clean throwup from your carpet, such as pouring sugar or peroxide onto the stain. However, these DIY methods can often cause more harm to your carpet, and more of a mess for you to clean up. Therefore, only trust professional carpet cleaners and products with throwup stains.

When you have a serious stain, you need a professional carpet cleaning product that is specifically formulated to remove the entire stain. Try KickAss Stain Remover which is specially formulated to remove throwup stains.

Tips for preventing throwup stains in carpet

It’s often difficult to prevent throwup stains, as these carpet stains often happen as a result of an illness.

If your child is ill, consider confining them to a non-carpeted area while they are throwing up. It’s easy to set up a makeshift bed in a large bathroom. Later, when the child starts to feel better, they can move to the bed or couch, but only with a handy trashbag or trashbin nearby.

If you’ve got a stomach virus and are laying on the couch, be sure to have a bucket or trash bag nearby at all times. If you’re sick and feel that you are about to throwup, try your best to aim for a nearby blanket or non-carpeted surface. This is obviously not always possible, but it is one of the only ways to prevent throwup stains on your carpet.

How to remove throwup stains from carpet

Remember, throwup stains are very serious due to the proteins and acids involved, but with KickAss Stain Remover you’ll be able to clean the entire throwup stain from your carpet in no time. Here is all you’ll need:

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

How to remove throwup stains with KickAss Stain Remover

  1. Spray the throwup stained area liberally with KickAss Stain Remover .
  2. Allow KickAss Stain Remover to sit on the carpeting for up to one hour.
  3. Use an old toothbrush to gently scrub the carpet fibers.
  4. Now, use a wet sponge to flush the area with water.
  5. Dry the area with some paper towels.
  6. Spray the area again and again flush the area with water.
  7. After flushing the area, the carpet will be quite wet. Place the heavy weight on top of the dry towel and allow it to sit for an hour or two.
  8. Use a vacuum cleaner extension again to refresh the texture of your newly cleaned carpet.