3. Remove Oil Stains
- Remove any excess oil with a blunt knife. Don’t press too hard, avoid damaging the carpet pile.
- Put on baking soda onto the oil stain. You can also use corn starch if baking soda isn’t available.
- Leave for 15 minutes and then hoover the carpet.
- Apply a 3 drops of a dry-cleaning solvent on a cloth (We recommend Janie Dry Spot Cleaner from Caravelle) and then place the cloth to the motor oil stain.
- Blot the stain with a clean cloth. If the oil stain is still visible, mix 400ml of warm water with one tablespoon of white vinegar and one tablespoon of liquid hand dishwashing detergent.
- Apply this mixture onto a sponge, and work the solution into any remaining oil stain residue.
- Rinse the area with cold water and leave to dry.
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