TO USE ON FRESH SPILLS:
-Blot excess liquid with a clean white absorbent cloth or paper towel.
-Spray the stain thoroughly, without saturating, while holding the can 6″ above the spot.
-Blot the stain firmly with the absorbent material. Repeat steps until the stain is gone.
-After the stain has been removed, sponge the area with cool water.
-Repeat, then blot the area dry.
-Allow the treated area to dry completely.
OLD AND STUBBORN STAINS:
-Spray the stain thoroughly. Wait sixty seconds for product to begin releasing the stain.
-Blot the stain firmly with clean absorbent material. Repeat the steps until the stain is gone.
-After the stain has been removed, swab area with water using a clean wet cloth and allow to dry. Some stains may require the use of a soft bristle brush, used in a gentle circular motion, to release the stain from the carpet fiber.
Care should be taken to avoid contact with wood or painted surfaces. All carpets, especially wool, should always be tested for colorfastness. To test for colorfastness: Spray for 3 seconds on a hidden or obscure area of carpet. Allow area to dry completely (at least 12 hours). Do not dry in direct sunlight. Look for color change. If color is affected, do not use.