Ramen noodles lovers usually face problems like ramen noodles stain. The ramen noodles come a long way from the kitchen to the dining table or your favourite couch.
And mostly, between this walk, a little or much ramen liquid, we mean the ramen sauce you have in your favorite carpet.
The more delicious ramen noodles are, the more difficult it is to remove the ramen noodles stains from the carpet.
But don’t worry, it can’t go over our cleaning power. We have the solution of getting rid of ramen noodles’ stains. How to get ramen noodle stains out of carpet?
Scroll down to learn more. Some actionable cleaning recipe is waiting for you.
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3 Easy Ways to Get Ramen Noodle Stain out Of Carpet
Before we dive into the cleaning recipe, we should be prepared with what we will need. Let’s know the list.
Salt, White vinegar, Dish liquid, Rubbing Alcohol, Lemon juice, Hydrogen peroxide, hand gloves, goggles, face mask, bowl, spray bottle, scrubber, vacuum cleaner, clean cloth, and Microfiber cloth.
It’s time to jump into the cleaning process.
Cleaning Process One
Using salt and white vinegar solution is one of the best and handy solutions to get rid of ramen noodle stain.
- Pick up the ramen noodles as much as you can. Then blot with a paper towel to absorb moisture.
- Make a solution of one tablespoon of salt and one tablespoon of white vinegar.
- Stir well and make a smooth paste.
- Pour the paste directly on the stain and leave it for at least 24 hours and a maximum of 48 hours. Meantime solution will absorb the moisture and allow the stain to go away easily.
- Clean the residue and then vacuum the carpet.
Cleaning Method Two
This method is kind of the same as process number one. Here you have to use baking soda instead of salt and lemon juice instead of white vinegar. You can use white vinegar also if you wish to.
Then follow the same process we describe in method one. After it’s done, make a solution of one tablespoon of dish liquid with two cups of warm water and wipe away the residue to ensure there is no left residue.
Cleaning Method Three
Here we will use rubbing alcohol or hydrogen peroxide, so if you have avoided wearing protective gears before, kindly wear them before jumping into this.
- Pour some rubbing alcohol or hydrogen peroxide in a spray bottle and spray directly on the affected area.
- Leave it for 10- 15 minutes.
- Now use the scrubber and scrub well until the stain is gone.
- If needed, repeat the process.
- Use a clean cloth to wipe away the residue and vacuum the carpet.
Still, struggling with ramen noodles satin on carpet? We have told you three different processes of cleaning Ramel noodle satin.
If you still have something on your mind about how to get ramen noodles out of the carpet, please go above and read the article. We hope you will find each answer to your question.
I am Eric Lewis, a professional cleaner. I’ve been cleaning houses for over 10 years and have experience in every aspect of the job. From scrubbing to sweeping, from washing to vacuuming, I’ve done it all.