I’m a cleaning wiz – my easy three-item routine removes stains from your carpet in a breeze with stuff you already have

DON'T stress over carpet stains.

Instead, clean it in seconds using cleaning expert Charla's easy trick using items you probably already have.

First, Charla started by filling up a bucket with warm water.

Using a dishwasher pod for more than just cleaning dishes, she tossed one in the bucket and let it break down.

She then took the lid of a pot and wrapped it up in a hand towel.

Holding the towel-wrapped lid by the handle, Charla dipped it in the warm soapy water bucket.


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To apply the cleaning mixture to the stain, she simply just dragged the towel-covered lid over the ruined area.

The lid handle allowed Charla to have an easy grasp to hold on to while scrubbing out the stain.

Charla said that she likes to use this stain removal method on her carpets on a monthly basis to keep up with cleaning.

The cleaning expert said that using the dishwasher pod has never damaged any of her rugs or carpets.

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Similar to when you get your carpets done professionally, she said to open the windows in the room to avoid any strong cleaning smells.

Charla also said to make sure nobody walks on the wet areas of the carpet after cleaning.

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She also said that her cleaning method does not cause a lot of build-up after cleaning the area.

"Vacuum if you wish," she said.

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