Stain Remover for Upholstery & Mats


Give couch and upholstery stains an eviction notice

Couches, mats and car upholstery all have one thing in common – they take the brunt of dirty hands, feet and clothes, so it’s little wonder they end up stained, marked and soiled. Food stains, water stains, red wine, chocolate, grease from chips and even blood invariably make their way into the fabrics of your couches and cars at some stage, so you need a heavy-duty stain remover that works on a wide range of fabric and stain types.

Exit Soap is a remarkable stain remover in that it will work on a broad spectrum of stains and surfaces.


If you’ve attempted to use any of the products below to remove stains from your mats, lounges or car seats but can still see the stain, it’s time to give Exit Soap a try.

  • Dishwashing liquid
  • Rubbing alcohol
  • Steam
  • White vinegar
  • Baking soda
  • Soda water

If you’ve tried the above products and can still see marks and stains on your couch, mats or upholstery, Exit Soap is the next tool you should add to your stain-removal arsenal.

Not only is it 100% biodegradable (so it’s gentle on hands, fabrics and furniture) it comes in a handy bar of soap so you won’t have to worry about chemical sprays, liquids or powders that may damage or mark your fabrics and furniture.

Don’t throw away stained furniture, renew it with Exit Soap

There’s nothing worse than a stained couch or rug detracting from the look and feel of your living room, games room or rumpus room. Furniture that’s stained, marked or has had food and drinks spilled on them often end up at the tip if the owners aren’t able to remove the stains.

Exit Soap will help you renew the look of your furniture so it returns back some of its original shine (without the marks) and you can go back to enjoying your home again without that stain or mark annoying you every time you walk into the room.

Exit Soap removes a wide range of substances from various surfaces including leather, fabric, upholstery, cushions, blankets and mats.

Exit Soap gets stains from your couches rugs, mats and upholstery including:-

  • Red wine
  • Lipstick
  • Vomit
  • Turmeric
  • Tea
  • Coffee
  • Oil
  • Pet stains
  • Salt
  • Curry
  • Spaghetti
  • Rust
  • Flowers
  • Eggs
  • Pen
  • Ink
  • Orange juice
  • Mascara
  • Blood
  • Grease
  • Oil

Don’t turn that cushion over, remove the stain with Exit Soap

We understand that from time to time things get spilled or accidents happen. Kids wipe their hands on everything and grease and oil stains on the backs of pants or on shoes can go unnoticed until it’s too late and you’ve stained the couch or your car seats.

Exit Soap is here to help you remove stains, marks, splotches, blotches, smudges and splatters from your car seats, couches, mats, rugs and car seat covers.

Directions for using Exit Soap to remove stains from couches, mats and upholstery

Removing stains and marks from couches, mats and upholstery is easy when you use Exit Soap. Follow these five simple steps to get rid of a wide range of stains for good.

What you will need:

  • 2 x dry, clean cloths (washers or clean rags work well)
  • Stained couches, mats or upholstery
  • A bar of Exit Soap


  1. Wet a clean cloth with some cold water.
  2. Thoroughly dampen the stained couches, mats or upholstery.
  3. Rub Exit Soap evenly over the stain.
  4. Wet your clean cloth again and rub it over the stained area until the stain disappears from the couches, mats or upholstery.
  5. Pat dry the treated area with a clean, dry cloth.

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