How do you get old hair color stains out of a beige carpet?
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How do you get a week-old red wine stain out as well as some spots that are over-processed to off-white from using too much bissel cleaning product on a beige carpet?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nWhite wine usually works wonders to get red wine stains out (not sure how it will work on old red wine stains, but give it a shot.) It's wiser to get a proper carpet cleaning service in to get your rugs clean. Often, when we spot clean, we forget their is foam paddi…ng under the carpet and all one manages to do is get the surface spot out, but, eventually the spot returns because the rubber matting under the carpet has been soaked with the soil as well. Steam cleaning is about all you can do to be sure the stain is out. If the carpet is fairly new and expensive it's important to get a good carpet cleaning company up and have them do it.\n. \nMarcy\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nYou can also have your carpet professionally re-dyed to get rid of the bleached areas. Look in your local yellowpages under carpet care. (MORE)
Answer . \nyou can't hide a bleach stain on a baige carpet just hope nobody sees it
If your hair was a creamy beige but turned sort of yellow after you went swimming how do you restore the creamy beige color?
Answer . \nI suggest you go to a good hairdresser and tell them what happened.
Answer . Use liquit Dawn dish detergent in warm water (suds up) and then use a clean soft tooth brush and gently rub into the carpet. Keep soaking up with fresh paper towels. Then use a clean soft rag and wet in the liquid, scrub the excess out and dry with paper towels.
Answer . The only luck you will have on this one is if your carpet is white. Mustard takes the color out of carpets. You will have to have a professional come in, get the spot out and dye that spot the same color as your carpet. I recently had a brand new carpet put down and had several peopl…e over for a buffet. After everyone left I was horrified to see a large spot by my loveseat of mustard! I cleaned it up the best I could, but it was still yellow (on a light dove gray rug.) I had to call in a pro and he did the above and you can't even see it now. (MORE)
Answer . Semen stains usually dry clear or creamy in appearance. Shampooing your carpet (steam cleaning) should get it out. If you don't want to do that then go to a hardware store and ask them what their best carpet spot cleaner is. I use "Zep", but live in Canada and I buy it at Home Depot.… If you have a Home Depot near you (I think it's an American company) then get that one. (MORE)
Answer . Yes it can and get a good rug shampoo. If you are in the U.S., I don't know if you have "Home Depot" there, but they put out a great machine and also sell the best carpet shampoo called "ZEP". If your carpet is super dirty then it's best to rent a commercial steam cleaner because they… do a better job than the ones the consumer can buy. It isn't very expensive and they may ask for deposit to be sure you bring it back. (MORE)
Answer . You can have it dyed. However, if it is an older carpet or extremely worn in some spots, the carpet may not be receptive to being re-colored.. Maybe try using varied sizes of throw rugs instead.
There are many ways to get stains out your carpet. There are lot of chemicals you can use and home remedies as well. When you just noticed a stain on your carpet or you just spilled something keep in mind that you can quickly remove the stain by simply blotting the spot and drying the sport from …the outside in and keep rinsing the stain thoroughly with clean water. Never scrub the stain on the carpet or you risk ruining the carpet fibers or letting the spill soak through to the bottom on the carpet. If You want more specific advice on removing certain types of stains on carpets then check below. In addition to the natural methods that I will list below there are many carpet cleaners and spot removers already on the market so before you buy any test it out first on an older similar rug just so you know your carpet doesn't change with color. Stains such as: Alcoholic beverages Berries Cola Excrement Food Dyes Gravy Ice Cream Jelly Milk Mud Washable Ink Paint Solution: 1/4 teaspoon of non bleach detergent or white vinegar with 32 ounces of water Stain such as: Blood Chocolate Coffee Mustard Tea Vomit Wine Solutions: 1 tablespoon of ammonia mixed with 1 cup of water ( do not try this solution on wool carpets). Or one part chlorine bleach to 5 parts water but only on carpet that is does not reactive harshly to bleach, you will have to check the manufacturer for that. Those are some simple stain and solution ideas. What I use when I get stains on the carpet or I need to completely steam clean my carpet and make it look fresh is a steam cleaner . There are many steam cleaners already on the market you can make your decision by checking review forums about steam cleaning brands I personally use the H2O MopX5, I always get a good carpet cleaning from it and use around my house for many other things. (MORE)
Answer 1 . i've been dealing with pomegranate for years now and let me tell that stuff is insane!!! It stained my white cats fur all red then when i tried to clean it...the fur turned bluish. But here is the trick...your best friend when it comes to pemegranate juice is hamburger helper grease from… the pan....if you have a family or just a boyfirend/girlfriend...cook them hamburger helper and then once u strain the pot...keep the grease!! Pour it all over the stain and let it sit for about an hour...scrub as hard as yyou can can for a a good few minutes....afterwards...apply water and watch it magically dissappear! Trust me this receipe for pomegranate stain removal is a dream come true...since i eat them like candy. . If u have any more questions email firstname.lastname@example.org Answer 2 . You don't need enzyme stain removers: Rinse stain well, even if it has dried, with cold water until it stops fading. Then rub in baking soda really well and rinse with cold water until stain has turned a light blue. Then boil water (you might need alot) and pour boiling water in a stream from a couple feet above the fabric directly onto the stain so the water passes through and off the fabric. Stain should disapear completely. Works for me on whites and wont take set colours out of your clothes. (MORE)
Answer . there is a company called CitruSolution. They make a spoy remover that gets rid of everything. Answer . resolve, or oxy clean for carpets
It causes you feel warm inside and relaxed. Note: If the room is extrmely large the effect may be different.
Beige is brown with a bit of pink. So start with white and add a bit of brown until you get tan, then add just the merest bit of pink. That is beige..
This was a HUGE problem for me for a long, long time!! I tried every strange remedy I was told about. I've read a ton of tips suggesting to use vaseline, but that got everywhere when i tried it. And it was really hard to get off my skin.. I found a product called Repelle at a Walgreens, and it's AW…ESOME!! It's like a tube a chap stick, but made to stop stains. You put it on your hairline before coloring and it stops the dye from staining your skin. I would highly recommend this above any gimmick you might hear of!! Check it out www.repelle.com (MORE)
To make beige I would take some brown and white and mix it all together. I cant think of another way how.
That's going to be a tough stain, , flush it out with cold water afterwards, and repeat if necessary. It uses all commonly found in home products like vinegar and alcohol
wet the area with water sprinkle a generous amount of salt on the area and rub in and rinse with more water works a treat and its affordable
Get some carpet cleaner, spray it on the spot, and scrub as hard as you can.
I use a product that is 100% all natural and uses enzymes to neutralize and eliminate stains and odors. I have three cats, so this happens sometimes in my house.
It is a little white mixed first with brown and then you add some pink.
If you've treated the stain with another agent, it may have made it colorfast because they throw so many different chemicals into the all in one cleaners.
if you've treated the stain with another agent, it may have made it colorfast because they throw so many different chemicals into the all in one cleaners. This may work on synthetic rugs, but be sure to try it out in another area first to make sure it doesn't discolor. Good luck!
I would say brown or dirty blonde hair would do, but that's just MY opinion. you should try to picture yourself with different hair colors, then pick the one you think would look the best!
An easy quick, at home way to clean your own carpet: Supplies: rag, hand soap . Get some hand soap and put it all over the stain . Get a rag, and get it wet (not soaked because then the carpet gets soaked and takes longer to dry) . Then go to the stain and start rubbing it. The harder you rub,… the faster and better way it can come out . If, everything looks good you should rinse with water and a wet-dry vacuum. Pour a cup of water on the area then suck up the water and repeat. . To speed the dry time of the area, use a fan or hair dyers for a short time. Everytime I have done this, it has worked (MORE)
You dyed your hair with punky colour hair dye and even after a few weeks it still stains and has a stain on the color of your shirt Is there a way to get this stain out?
for your hair:you can bleach it or use color remover. and for your shirt : i think you can buy some special stuff to wash.. don't mind my bad English xD
beige seems to be also an English word (http://dictionnaire.reverso.net/anglais-definitions/beige) : a very light brown, sometimes with a yellowish tinge, similar to the colour of undyed wool. Beige stand for the same in French.
Try using hair spray, or toothpaste. I used this and it got the redink out of my white carpet. It works great.
If you have put a tiny stain in a carpet that is old do you have to pay the owner to buy a new carpet?
nope - you do not replace old carpet with new carpet at your cost. PERIOD
Beige is a light shade of brown. To get any brown you need a combination of all three primary colours. Pink is red & white, add to that either a light green or a very small amount of yellow and blue. Adjust to your preference and if the colour is too dark add white to tone it down.
Grey. I used fabric dye to make a pair of beige sheer curtain panels blue. I used royal blue dye and ended up with grey.
put vinegar and scrub with soap if it doesnt work put salt I'd try using the fix I used for spaghetti sauce on berber carpetsince Coke is an organic stain. Check it out by going to theRelated Question below. Worked for a charm for us and we tried everything!
NO! Get a food dye kit and mix the colors to match your carpets. There are also acrylic paint pens in your local arts and craft store that work perfectly well.
With a neutral palette on the walls and floor, virtually anything will "go," and you may wish to take the opportunity to inject color into the space.
Food] coloring is dye that's safe to eat. Food companies use it to so their products look nice. If you spill food coloring on your carpeting, you basically just poured dye on it! Don't worry. You can try getting the stain out before hiring a professional cleaner.Here's how to get food coloring out o…f carpet:# Clean up any kind of stain in your carpet as soon as you notice it. The longer stains have to set in, the harder they are to get out.# Gently blot any excess spill with a paper towel. If there's a large amount of spill, you can use a wet vacuum to get up some of it.# Wet a dry stain with a little cool http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/earth/geophysics/h2o.htm water. Wait about a minute for the water to saturate the stain, and then blot gently with a paper towel. If the stain is coming out with just water, keep dampening and blotting until you get the stain out, or nothing more is coming out.# Make a solution of one tablespoon white vinegar, one tablespoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and two cups (473 milliliters) of warm water. If your food coloring stain is red, use ammonia instead of vinegar [source: http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/stain-buster/stains-food-coloring-red-may07 Goodhousekeeping]. Pour some of this solution onto a clean, white cloth and sponge the stained carpet. Dab the carpet dry with a paper towel. Repeat until the stain is gone, or nothing more comes off.# Sponge any remaining stain alternately with a little rubbing alcohol and small amounts of warm water. Blot it dry after each time you wet it.# Moisten the stained areas with three percent hydrogen peroxide. Let the hydrogen peroxide stand for about an hour. Blot and repeat as necessary.# Pile a bunch of paper towels over the area when the stain is finally gone. Weigh down the paper towels with something heavy, like a stack of books. This will absorb all the moisture in about an hour.# Sprinkle a little carpet freshener on the dry carpet, to make your cleaned carpet smell nice [source: http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/stain-buster/stains-food-coloring-may07 Goodhousekeeping, http://www.fabriclink.com/Stains/Carpet/Childdrink.cfm FabricLink, http://www.carpetbuyershandbook.com/carpet-care/carpet-stain-removal/food-coloring.php Hilton. (MORE)
Beige is a neutral colour. It is basically a pastel form of a brown colour. To achieve a beige add one part each of Red, Yellow, and Blue, mix well then add six to twelve parts white, depending on the depth of colour you want.
You have beige walls and carpet and curtains you want to change color the dinning room has wallpaper that has grey and blue in it you want it all the same color any suggestions?
Start by stripping the wall paper. use a good commercial stripper and be sure to wash all of the walls down well after it is gone. Any residue will effect the look of the paint. Next, take a sample of the colour you are trying to match to a good paint retailer... I don't usually use a "big box" stor…e for this. Have them match the paint for you. Paint the walls that are no longer wallpapered. Alternately, you may want to repaint the whole place with a new colour, but that is up to you. (MORE)
Step 1: You will want to use the right chemical to get the stain out. We use a product called Kool-Aid, Juice and Dye Stain Remover that is specifically designed to get out Kool-Aid, juice and red beverage stains. It does a fast and easier job than other methods. We use it everyday. Step 2: …Get yourself several white, clean, terry cloth towels depending on how big of a stain you have. The bigger the stain, the more towels you will need. These MUST be white. Step 3: Apply a liberal amount of the Kool-Aid, Juice & Dye Stain Remover over the stained area. Step 4: Place a wet, folded and clean terry cloth towel over the stain. When I say "wet" I am referring to a towel that has been put under warm water and rung out very slightly, leaving a liberal amount of water in the towel. Step 5: Next, you will need a steam iron filled with water and placed on low to medium low setting. Place the iron over the folded towel. Don't worry, you will not burn the carpet. Press firmly on the wet towel and let the steam pull the red dye stain into the towel. Keep the iron on the spot at least 2 minutes and check you progress frequently. Step 6: As the iron steams out the red dye, it will turn your towel red or whatever color the stain was. Either rinse out the towel and replace it on the stain or put a new terry cloth towel over the stain and repeat this procedure until the stain is gone. Step 7: Spray the area with hot water that you just cleaned and use another DRY terry cloth towel to blot up the excess water. This will rinse the area and neutralize the cleaning process. (MORE)
Glow sticks will stain your hair, clothes, and skin. (It is non-toxic, though). After a while, it will wash off.
use Flask wet a tea towel thing and scrub the carpet- If that doesn't work get a carpet cleaner- if you know one. Hope I helped. :)
BLEACH IT!!!! No, wait, that's probably a stupid idea, it depends on what color your carpet is..... Maybe you can hire a carpet cleaner? Wait, if you DO try the bleach idea, make sure to wear gloves as bleach is a base and will slowly dissolve your skin, but you won't feel it until it's already ea…ten through a few layers of skin..... My mom was cleaning something with bleach and then when she was done her hands felt all slippery, and later she learned that bases dissolve your skin. But seriously, try hiring a carpet cleaner or renting a Wet Vacuum or something...... (MORE)
i was wondering the same thing! i have a feeling that it justfades. i dont think it'll change color
Saying good bye to all stains from old carpets is little bit difficult. However, there are good professional cleaning companies in London who could take care it. Have one of them to offer you the service. See the related links for a link.
one thing you can do is take a little bit of hair die left in the bottle and rub it on the stain and immediatley rub it off wit a damp towel. and either way the dye will come off your skin after a couple of showers. and somthing you can do next time to prevent stains is go to your hair line and put …conditioner on the skin around your hair and dont rub it off and leave it on while you are dying your hair. and if the stains are on your hands then use rubber gloves like the type you see in a doctors office. they are like $3 at the store for a pack o flike 50 or so. hope the info helps you!!! (MORE)
You can try Vinegar mixed with water, about a 1 to 1 dilution. They do have a lot of products out on the market that take away the stains, such as Nature's Miracle. With the vinegar, do a small test area first to make sure it doesn't strip the color out. Vinegar does work pretty well.
I have removed lots of old stains on carpet by scrubbing with a mixture of water and vinegar. Smells bad, but it worked for me.
How do you get a week old red wine stain out as well as some spots that are over processed to off white from using too much bissel cleaning product on a beige carpet?
Stain Rx will work in seconds. Go to their website and read the Helpful Hints.
Once any material (wine, food, grease etc) has touched any fabric (carpet, upholstery, clothing etc) a stain begins to form. The trick of stain removal is to get to the stain as fast as possible, before it has time to set. For example, when wine falls onto your carpet much of the initial spill is …picked up right away. If the homeowner chooses not to hire a professional cleaner, but instead leaves the stain alone, the wine will bond with the fabric. The stronger the bond, the harder the stain becomes to remove. Some things can prevent the stain from setting, like cleaning products. If you have a wine stain on an item of clothing, and you put the item of clothing into the dryer before the stain is removed, then the heat from the dryer will strengthen the chemical bond of the stain and make the stain harder to remove. One very important thing in stain prevention is to always blot, and never rub an area with a stain. Rubbing the stain, even if you're trying to remove it, will rub the stain into the fabric, and make it harder to remove. Time, heat, rubbing and improper stain removal will always make stains harder to remove. (MORE)
Olde English is a type of furniture polish. To remove it from a carpet, use some automotive hand cleaner. Just rub it in and allow to sit for a few minutes. Then apply some warm water to soak it up.
The best way to clean a carpet is to use steam. You can use a steamcleaner with a scrubber to loosen the carpet fibers and then use avacuum to clean up the remaining parts of the stain.
Black, white, brown. Depending on the shade of beige, it can be paired well with cream,grey, blue, and/or red. If you are female or someone who likes to dress like a woman,accessorizing correctly can make the difference in helpingunmatched colors go great together.