Spot Removal:
Our Mission
“Provide our clients with the highest
quality of service, resulting in a
hygienic and wholesome working,
living, and playing environment for
all to enjoy”.
Contact us:

877-784-0781
P. O. Box 480600 Charlotte NC, 28269   /    P. O. Box 386 Monroe, NC 28111      877-784-0781           Email: Bucketmopbroom@yahoo.com
Copyright© Bucket, Mop, and Broom Cleaning Service, L.L.C. 2011 All rights reserved
Alcohol
Blot up all you can and sponge the spot with water. Sponge with detergent solution; blot. Sponge with
vinegar; blot; rinse. Bleach with hydrogen peroxide if necessary.

Blood
Blot or scrape up all you can; soak old blood stains in salt water or digestant. Blot with cool water. Blot
with ammonia; rinse. Bleach with hydrogen peroxide if necessary. If stain remains, try rust remover from
a janitorial-supply store.

Candle Wax
Scrape off all you can first with a scraper or butter knife. Put a clean absorbent cloth over the spot and iron
with a warm iron to melt and absorb wax the into the blotting cloth. Remove remaining residue with
dry-cleaning fluid.

Chocolate
Scrape off all you can first. Sponge with dry-cleaning fluid. Sponge with detergent solution; blot; rinse. If
stain remains, bleach with hydrogen peroxide.

Cigarette Burn
For slight discoloration, rub with dry steel wool, vacuum up the debris, then apply detergent solution. Trim
off blackened tufts with scissors. For bad burns, have a repairperson "doughnut cut" the damaged area
out and plug a new piece in.

Coffee
Blot with detergent solution; rinse. Blot with vinegar; rinse; air dry. If stain remains, sponge with dry
cleaning fluid. Bleach any remaining stain with hydrogen peroxide.

Grass
Sponge with water. Sponge with alcohol (except wool, silk, or acetate). If stain remain, use digestant,
then sponge with detergent solution; rinse. Bleach with hydrogen peroxide if necessary.

Greasy Foods
Gently scrape off all you can. Sponge with dry-cleaning fluid. Sponge with detergent solution. If stain
remains, use digestant, then sponge with detergent solution; rinse. Bleach any remaining stain with
hydrogen peroxide.

Gum
Use aerosol gum freeze from a janitorial supply store or dry ice to harden the gum and make it brittle.
Strike and break into pieces, scrape them up with a dull butter knife. Remove residue with dry-cleaning
fluid.
Est. 2003