How to remove curry yellow stain on my carpet?
That is the carpet in my car (97 BMW).
I assume the carpet is some kind of polyester.
I tried the regular soap & detergent.
The yellow stain persists.
Thank you for your advise.
OK, Went to Pets Mart and got the "PetZyme" for $9.
"Pet Stain & Odor Remover",
"All Natural enzyme Formula",
"Permanently removes stains and odors from wet pet messes"
"Safe on carpets, fabrics and more"....
Anyway, tried that for 2 days.
Stains still there, ouch....
I highly recommend Spot Shot. Blue spray can, orange cap, in the
carpet cleaning products aisle at Wal Mart, Kmart, etc. In my
experience, it's far surpassed every other kind of carpet cleaner I've
ever tried. Usually, you can see the spot disappearing as you spray
2007 Amy wrote:
I "know" the stain. It appears occasionally on the front of my blue
denim work shirts. It looks like curry or mustard. However, there
seems to be no relation to either spice. NO WAY can I remove it. I
have tried 8 different stain removers. I have soaked the stain in Goof
Off. I have washed the shirts in a strong bleach (Clorox) solution
which makes them and the stain lighter. However, NOTHING will
completely remove the stain. Quite frustrating. I wish I knew what
causes it but I doubt that it is curry or mustard.
Norman S. Nadel, M.D.
I think the stain is of some kind of food. May not be curry.
But the color is yellowish like curry. Any way to find out exactly what kind
of stain? I think the stain was left there because of leakage from
some kind of Chinese food to go package.
This may be difficult to arrange, but worth a try because for some food
stains on fabrics and plastic cutting boards, it's worked for me: Sunlight.
Any way you can park the car an open the door(s) at the appropriate time of
day to arrange for some direct sunlight on the stain?
It never comes out.
You should have listened to Mrs. Clean since all her friends are
Indians and she is experienced in this type of food stain.
I could have saved you a lot of grief.
2007 Amy wrote:
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