Want to know how to remove mustard stains? Let’s take a look at one of America’s favorite condiments. Mustard, great on hotdogs and hamburgers. Horrible on your clothes and even worse on your carpet. We have all been there. You’re happily eating one of your favorite foods when all of a sudden, tragedy strikes. You get big yellow mustard stain all over Grandma’s precious rug. Unfortunately, mustard stains can be tricky and complicated to clean up. Luckily, we can help make it easy for you.
How to Remove Mustard Stains and Odors
Whether you prefer fancy mustard or the stuff in the yellow bottle, mustard stains can be difficult to remove and leave a lingering scent. To get the best results possible, follow our step-by-step process below and use our Spotting Solutions.
Mustard seed, vinegar, salt, tumeric, oils, spices, flavorings.
Yellowish, absorbed or built up.
1. Apply detergent solution, blot.
2. Apply vinegar solution, blot.
3. Apply enzyme detergent, blot.
4. If stain remains, rust remover (oxalic acid solution) or bleaching may be necessary.
*Do NOT use ammonia or alkalines.