Chocolate Stain On A Couch: How To Clean It?

Chocolate Stain On A Couch: How To Clean It? Chocolate and candy on big-ticket items like furniture and upholstery are best removed with a dash of rubbing alcohol or dry cleaning fluid blotted on using a white paper towel, clean rag or cloth diaper.

Simply wet the stain with a small amount of either, then immediately blot dry. Check for remaining brown smudges. If any residue remains, repeat this step until the smudge disappears.

Bust stubborn sweet spots with a solution of 1 teaspoon dishwashing liquid and 1 cup warm water. Blot on, the rinse with water; rinse again with solution of one-half cup white vinegar and one-half cup warm water.

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Always remove sweets (or any stain, actually) excess first, then pretest the cleaning solution on an inconspicuous area of the upholstery or furniture.

Another good rule of thumb is to resist scrubbing or saturating spills. Yes, it’s hard to not want to rub the darn thing out. But it never works. Fiber damage and a set stain could be the result.

And to keep such confections from sweetening the sofa in the future, keep the kids and the good stuff (read: expensive furniture) separate whenever possible, or at the very least complete a hand check after snack time.

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2 Responses to Chocolate Stain On A Couch: How To Clean It?

  1. Avatar for Marie Thomas Marie Thomas says:

    As a parent of two little boys it is very important for me to know how to clean the furniture effectively. Watching this boy on the picture reminds me of our last “adventure”. Thanks for the great advises!

  2. Avatar for Jasmine Dowd Jasmine Dowd says:

    Surprisingly for me it ‘s quite efficient way to clean chocolate stains. Thank you for sharing this great recipe!

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