How To Remove Greasy Stains From Upholstery?

If you love eating pizza or other greasy foods while you are sitting on your sofa watching TV then you are most likely dealing with greasy stains on a regular basis. I know that you are as careful as possible yet you still manage to drop food on the upholstery – but don’t worry because I am going to teach you how to remove these annoying stubborn greasy stains with just a few natural ingredients!

How To Remove Greasy Stains From Upholstery?

I have a few stain removal methods that you can use – all of them are effective, easy, and super cheap because you don’t need any fancy commercial cleaners to perform them.

– The First Method

The first way to remove greasy stains is to use baking soda. But before you sprinkle the powder on top of the stained area make sure you remove all crumbles and food that you dropped. Also, blot the stain with a damp paper towel.

Then sprinkle the baking soda and let it sit for 30 minutes. It will absorb the grease. Continue with vacuuming the powder.

If the stain is not completely removed, repeat the steps as much as necessary!

– The Second Method

The second method I have for you is similar to the first but instead of baking soda use baby powder. This will work only if the stain is fresh.

Repeat the same steps as the first method but this time you want to mix liquid dish soap and water in a bowl, dip a cloth in the mixture, and blot the greasy stains after you vacuum the baby powder. Once you are happy with the result grab another cloth, dampen it with water, and blot the area.

– The Third Method

And the last stain removal method I have for you requires you to apply a bit of liquid dish soap on top of the stain and let it sit for a few minutes. Then dampen a cloth and remove the soap.

Next, you need to mix ammonia and water in a bowl (equal parts), dampen a sponge in the mixture and treat the stain with it. Once you are ready and happy with the result I would recommend using a baby wipe to remove the ammonia mixture – plus, the alcohol in the baby wipe will further help with the stain removal!

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