Professional Cleaners: that’s how you should confront iodine stains a with strong solution!
How to remove iodine stains from upholstered furniture? – Prepare a solution of cold water and dish soap. – Dip a clean white cloth or towel in the solution and blot the stain with it. You will notice the stain being lifted out of the upholstery. – If you can no longer lift the stain from the fabric, allow the solution to soak into the stain for up to 30 minutes. – If the stain is not completely removed, repeat steps 2 and 3 by blotting the stain and leaving for 30 minutes. After a few repetitions, the stain should be gone. When completely removed, dampen a clean cloth with water and blot the stain to remove the solution. For a stubborn stain on upholstery, prepare a solution with 1 cup of cool water and 1 tablespoon of sodium thiosulfate. Use an eyedropper to put a few drops of the solution directly onto the stain. Then apply a few drops of ammonia to the stain. Blot the spot with a dry cloth, which will absorb the liquid and lift the stain. Dampen a clean cloth with cold water and blot the area to remove all traces of the solution. Finally, blot the area with another clean cloth until dry. Dealing with iodine stains on carpet – Pour dry cleaning solution onto a clean white cloth. – Dab gently on the stained area. Continue dabbing until no more stain comes out. If this does not remove the stain, try another method. Dampen a cloth with water beforehand and blot the stained area to absorb the dry cleaning agent. Pat the area with a cloth. – Dab the stained area with dishwashing detergent. Dab a white cloth dampened with the dish soap solution onto the stain. Keep dabbing until you can’t pick up any more stain. Prepare a vinegar solution if the dishwashing detergent solution cannot completely remove the stain. Mix 1/3 cup white vinegar and 2/3 cup water. Soak a clean, white cloth in the solution and blot the stained area with it. If the stain persists, prepare an ammonia solution by mixing 1 tablespoon of ammonia and ½ cup of water n. Dip a clean cloth in the solution and blot the stain. Blot the stain again with the dish soap solution. The aim is to absorb all stain residues and remove traces of the vinegar and ammonia solution. Sponge the area with cold water once the stain is completely removed. This should completely remove any remaining solution and leave your carpet stain-free.