Kool-Aid Fruit Juice Removal from Carpet

 

How to Remove Kool-Aid and Fruit Juice from Carpet

Kool-Aid and fruit juices contain dyes that can permanently dye carpet fibers. Never guarantee total removal.

 

Directions:

  1. Rinse carpet with water.
  2. Apply Matrix Red Be Gone diluted at equal parts of solution A & B mixed together.
  3. Place a moist white towel over spot
  4. Place a steam iron set at lowest heat setting on the towel. Check the towel for color transfer every 10–15 seconds. Use caution to not remove actual carpet dye from fibers.
  5. Rinse area and repeat all steps if necessary.

 

Warning: Always test material for colorfastness, follow label directions, and never mix product unless specified in the label directions.

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  1. Matrix® Red Be Gone

    Red Be Gone has a unique chemistry that removes food dye stains by chemically altering their color to make them invisible.

    • Removes red food dye stains
    • Chemically alters color making spot invisible
    • pH: 7.0 (when mixed)
    • Safe for stain-resistant carpet
    • Mix equal parts A and B solutions

    Starting at: $16.91

  2. Pro's Choice Red-1 (1 QT)

    Red-1, a fast-acting red food dye remover from Pro's Choice, requires no mixing and no heat from an iron or steamer. It quickly removes tough red stains caused by Kool-Aid and other beverages.

    • All the power of a two-part system in a single bottle
    • Fast-acting red food dye remover
    • pH: 7.0
    • Safe for all wet-cleanable fibers
    • Ready to use
    $14.95

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