For most people, coffee is a necessity in life. Therefore, it’s inevitable that coffee will get on your seats.
Removing coffee stains from leather and vinyl
- First remove the excess by sapping it with a damp cloth.
- Take some mild detergent and mix it with water, and dip a lint-free towel into this solution. Make sure that you do not use a large amount of water as this will damage the leather.
- Squeeze out the excess of water and make sure that the towel contains more suds than water.
- With the dampened towel, gently wipe the coffee stain. Wipe the stain from the outside to its middle of the stain.
- Once you have sufficiently worked on the stain, blot the area with a paper towel and dry the area completely.
Coffee stain removal from fabric seats
- Make a mixture of white distilled vinegar and water in such a way that the solution contains one-third of vinegar and two-thirds of water.
- Using a sprayer, spray this solution on the stain. Keep on spraying until you can see the stain lifting.
- Wipe the area with towels until it is completely dry.
- If the vinegar solution is not very effective in removing the stain, then you can try using a solution of mild detergent in warm water. You can use a sponge or a white towel (using a coloured towel may transfer dyes) for soaking the solution.
- Apply the damp a towel on the stain and then remove the soap with by plotting with paper towels to remove excess liquids.
- Blow drying the area is very important because natural drying will not help remove all the water you used for removing the stain. Apply moderate heat for quick drying.
There you have it! If you need additional advice for any possible stain on your seats, get in touch!