12 questions from our users
How do I put the lid on so that it doesn't leak everywhere when inverted to clean a stain?
will this product get a coffee stain out of my new light grey carpet?
Probably but who's to say... I guess it depends how lon gthe stain's been there but also more so the material type and construction of the carpet... so no one will be able to give you a definitive answer.
I was shocked at how well this product worked... OK, I'm not a "clean freak" or know anything about cleaning products but I've used carpet cleaner products in a bottle before and this by far worked the best out of all I've tried in the past... and it's easier too
No it's not made for coffee stains. It's made for removing animal odour and staining. If you have a coffee stain - google a remedy that includes white vinegar, bicard etc. There's some good one's on the net. Once you removed most of the coffee stain; make a paste of bicarb and water and let dry fully and once dry, vacuum; then repeat this step again if necessary. The bicard will draw up the residue of the coffee out of the carpet as the bicarb dries. It's important to never use hot water or a rubbing action on a carpet stain, otherwise it will set the stain in the fibre. Hope this helps!
Is Dr Beckmann's Carpet Stain Remover suitable to remove a mixture of honey. lemon juice & water from an off-white carpet? The mess was soaked up with paper towels, but the stain remains.
Is this product safe to use on a wool berber carpet? Dog sitting an anxious animal who is using my cream carpet as at toilet leaving bright yellow stains. Please advise if it is helpful in this situation.
The packing doesn’t specify it just says safe for carpet and soft furnishings. Best to try a test spot somewhere that won’t show (like under the lounge). It will remove the stain and any odour but best to check as I can’t say how it might effect the carpet, as it costs only around $10 you won’t be wasting a fortune and could keep it for car mats etc. I hope this helps
Will this work on bedroom carpet that has stains from a pot plant think it’s from fertiliser leaking from being watered?
I can’t say for 100% sure but it has worked for me on red wine, spaghetti sauce and a lot of other stains too. It is priced under $10 at Coles so is well worth a try and you won’t waste too much money if it doesn’t because it will still be handy for other stains
ProductReview.com.au has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence our content moderation policies in any way, though ProductReview.com.au may earn commissions for products/services purchased via affiliate links.