Your teenager is doing their homework on the living room carpet, although you’ve them not to and your toddler trips and unbalances the carefully set ink bottle on the coffee table. What are you left? Two troubled kids and a massive stain! You deal with the kids and never get time to clear away the stain. Once you do, it’s set in and is impossible to remove. Now what?

Mother Nature is the solution to all our problems. This statement is true for dealing with ink stains as well. Ink stains are as persistent as a bee! You can try water, cleaners, soaps, detergents, and then you will think about letting them go (ignoring them!). But they are on a mission to bother you in every way possible. Guess what, if you have stained your couch or carpet with an ink stain, we now have the solution.

CleaningCream of Tartar

Make a paste mixing 2 tablespoon of lemon juice and 2 tablespoon of tartar cream (Don’t be greedy!). Apply it on the stain and leave it for 30 minutes. Wash it with the detergent. It’s gone, magic!

Milk Bath

A milk bath not only makes your skin glow, it can also remove ink stains from your upholstery covers. An overnight milk bath followed by a detergent wash can effectively deal with ink stains.


Salt can also be used for removing the ink stain but it will take some time. Put some salt on the stain and rub it. After 5 minutes, repeat the procedure with a fresh sample of salt. Repeat this process until the stain is removed completely.

These natural substances are effective and easy to use. They are also commonly found in your house. However, if you are too busy or just simply too lazy to deal with the ink stains that you have carelessly made in your home, contact us as we can help you get rid of ink stains and more. Get a cleaner and ink free abode with the services of our professional cleaners today!