Top 4 Homemade Carpet Cleaner Recipes




Are your car floor mats dirty and covered with stains?  Fortunately, there is a magic cleaner to easily loosen carpets in the car and revive fabrics.


It was my friend Sébastien, who works in a car wash, who told me his recipe for a homemade carpet and car carpet cleaner. I tested it right away, and as you will see below, the results are simply breathtaking!


 Now the interior of my car is nickel chrome, and it smells so clean! Summary And unlike expensive commercial stain removers stuffed with toxic substances, this homemade recipe contains only natural ingredients.


And don't worry, these ingredients are inexpensive! I'm even willing to bet you already have them at home :-) Here is the super easy recipe for homemade carpet & carpet cleaner.


Watch: What you need - organic dishwashing liquid - white vinegar - 1 spray bottle - baking soda - essential oil of your choice (optional)


How to do


1. Put 1 tablespoon of white vinegar and 1 tablespoon of dish soap in the spray.


2. Add a few drops of essential oil to leave a pleasant scent. I chose lemon essential oil.


3. Add 50 cl of hot water and shake well. The stain remover is already ready to use!


4. Now sprinkle baking soda on the floor mats and fabric coverings to be cleaned.


5. Let sit for a few minutes or better overnight, then vacuum.


6. Then, spray liberally the stain remover directly on the surfaces and let sit for a few minutes.


7. Using a damp sponge, dab to remove excess stain remover.


8. Rub the stained areas to penetrate the cleaner, then allow to dry. Result There you go, all the stains on my car mats are now gone :-) Easy, fast and efficient, right?


Thanks to this homemade cleaner, all the stains on the carpets and upholstery of my car were gone. The surfaces are perfectly clean and treated in depth. The interior of my car is almost like new!


It also works for fabric seats As you can see in the picture, my poor car really needed a good scrub! What's great is that this recipe works for seating too.


Thanks to the deodorizing power of white vinegar and baking soda, my car smells clean and fresh again . Of course, I recommend that you test this stain remover on a small, non-visible area of ​​your car's upholstery or carpet, to be sure it won't discolor your fabric.

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