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Tea Stain Removal

Tea spillages are perhaps the most common spillages that occur in the home and workplace. Vanish Power O2 Carpet & Upholstery Spray is an effective solution that deals with these dark stains directly on your carpet. Follow the instructions for help removing these stubborn marks.

HOW TO REMOVE TEA STAINS

To get tea stains out, we recommend using Vanish Power O2 Carpet & Upholstery Spray :

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Vanish Power O2 Carpet & Upholstery Spray

For a fresh stain: remove the excess by blotting with a paper or cotton towel then spray the product onto the stain, and leave for 5 minutes maximum. Then blot again with a clean, absorbant cloth.

For a dry stain: spray the product, leave it act for a maximum of 5 minutes then blot away with a clean, absorbant cloth.

Important:Always follow the usage instructions on the Vanish packaging. Do not use on wool, silk or leather. Do not use on finished or coated surfaces - for example wood, metals etc.

 

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Tea Stain Removal Tips

Our top tea stain removal tip is to not let the stain dry. Tea stains will become more difficult to remove later if not treated immediately. We would also encourage you not to dry a stained item until you have managed to remove the stain to your own satisfaction.

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Removing Tea Stains - Handy tips

If you don't have a Vanish stain removal product to hand then don't worry, we're still able to provide some handy hints on removing stains. Vanish can also treat stains even when they've dried in.

  • Take a clean, damp paper towel or cloth and blot the tea or coffee stain until you have removed as much as possible.
  • Use Vanish Carpet & Upholstery spray as soon as possible to remove the remaining stain.

Other Useful Stain Removal Tips

Vanish can help get stains out of carpets including make up stains, blood stains and red wine stains.

Important:Always follow the usage instructions on the Vanish packaging. Do not use on velvet materials, brocrade or silk and oriental rugs.