The vomit stains are sometimes very stubborn, and it is difficult to get rid of them. Fortunately, there are several little tricks to eliminate these unwanted spots.
To learn more, read these tips that we offer you to remove vomit stains.
1. Diluted ammonia
Rub the stain with a little diluted ammonia. Then rinse and dry. Suitable for removing a stain of vomit from leather.
2. Hydrogen peroxide and vomit stain
Pour a little hydrogen peroxide on a tampon and rub the stain. Also suitable for vomit stains on leather.
3. Baking soda and vomit
Mix a little baking soda with water and rub the vomit stain. Then rinse.
4. Perrier on the stain
Scrape off the dried vomit and pour a little Perrier over the remaining stain. The bubbles will make the vomit take off.
5. On stained varnished wood
Was vomit found on varnished wood? No problem! Clean with a few Cabinetmaker’s Meals.
6. Vomit on tiles
To remove vomit stains from the tiles, remove the excess and then rub with household alcohol.
7. The stain of vomit on imitation leather
Take some claystone and add a few drops of white vinegar to it. Soak a cotton ball in this mixture and rub your leatherette.
8. On marble
Mix a little hot water and soda crystals, and with the help of a sponge, clean the vomit stains on the marble to give it back its shine.
On a floor, wash your traces of vomit with a little diluted bleach. But be careful not to use this mixture on your hardwood floors so as not to damage everything.
10. Powdered laundry soap
Still on a floor, pour a little powdered laundry soap on the vomit stain, add a little hot water and scrub with a sponge.