Entertaining at rentals in Union County, NJ is one of the greatest things you can do at home, however, the cleanup that goes with it can be challenging. From clumsy drinkers to sloppy eaters and beyond, cleaning up after your guests’ good time takes work. But don’t let your dreams be dashed by a few pesky stains. Here are some tips on removing the most common stains you could end up with after your soiree.

Red Wine

This delicious and well-loved beverage is one of the hardest to get out of services – especially if it’s allowed to sit. However, it’s not the end of your carpet or upholstery. To get out a red wine stain, blot it with a white cloth, then pour club soda on it and continue to blot until it’s gone. This should work if you catch it when it’s wet. If the stain has dried, treat it with a solution of dishwashing liquid, white vinegar, and warm water. Blot the stain after you’ve applied the solution to remove it.


What’s a party at your rental in Union County, NJ without a sweet treat? But clumsy hands can mean a nasty stain that needs removing. To get chocolate out of fabric, use a solution of dishwashing liquid and cold water (1 tablespoon of soap in two cups water) and blot until the fabric is clear.


Anything with oil and fat is probably one of the most popular delicacies at your party, but these can also mean trouble for linens and clothing. The best way to treat an oil stain is to get it right away with soap, however, sometimes you miss it and your linens go through an entire laundry cycle with the nuisance intact. If this happens, don’t fret! Simply use laundry stain remover and saturate the stain. Let it soak overnight then run it through the wash – voile!

Don’t let the worry of stains stop you from showing off rentals in Union County, NJ to all your friends! A couple tricks will save your belongings and your sanity from dreaded mess.