Gently blot (don’t rub) a spill immediately with a dry, clean absorbent cloth.
No rinsing needed!
Remove any excess soil or debris from the surface.
Flush the soiled area liberally with warm water, then blot with a dry, clean absorbent cloth.
Repeat again by rinsing with warm water and then blot with a clean, dry cloth if needed.
It is okay to use a water extraction machine if desired (follow directions on the machine).
Apply a solution of 2—3 drops of a mild dishwashing detergent to one cup water to the soiled area.
Gently work the solution into the stain, wait one minute and blot the stain with a dry, clean absorbent cloth.
Repeat until the stain has been completely removed.
After cleaning, be sure to rinse thoroughly with warm water and blot to remove any soap residue.
Do not wash in water temperature above 120 degrees.
Do not use harsh detergents or solvents.
Do not use fabric softeners.
Do not use cleaners containing oxidizers.
Let air dry or tumble dry on a low temperature setting.
Fabric may be ironed if necessary.