Carpet cleaner

Mum completely removes stains from white t-shirt with £ 2.80 carpet cleaner

A mom has revealed how she made her children’s clothes shine a crisp white after removing tough stains with a carpet cleaner.

The Edinburgh-based woman joined the Extreme Couponing & Bargains UK Facebook group, run by thrifty mother Holly Smith, where she shared her tip.


Mom was eager to remove stubborn food stains from her son’s white topCredit: Facebook / Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK
And she shared the sparkling clean results after less than a minute of scrubbing


And she shared the sparkling clean results after less than a minute of scrubbing Credit: Facebook / Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK

She posted a video of herself cleaning the marks off her son’s top using Dr Beckmenn’s £ 2.80 carpet stain remover, followed by a photo of the sparkling results.

Captioning her post, she wrote, “I always threw stained clothes out because of various stain treatment products that didn’t move my sloppy kid’s mishaps.”

“I was cleaning the carpet a few months ago when I thought about trying this on clothes… it’s a game changer! As you can see, it removes pasta sauce in seconds.

“I also fill the bottle with diluted elbow grease when finished and keep my mat near the door like new.

She used Dr. Beckmann's popular carpet cleaner


She used Dr. Beckmann’s popular carpet cleanerCredit: Facebook / Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK
  • Dr Beckmann carpet stain remover, £ 2.89, Wilko – Buy here

“A full deal at £ 2.79 compared to some of the other stain removers I’ve tried.”

And other moms were seriously impressed with his tip, applauding his work in the comments.

One of them wrote: “I didn’t know how to use it on clothes. I will try it.

Okay, a second added: “I will definitely try! Who knew mud would stain as much as it does.

A third wrote: “Brilliant defo is going to buy my son’s still stained school shirts.”

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