CONFESSION time: we effectively live in fear of ever spilling anything on our carpets because we can't stand having to splash out on a professional cleaner.
That said, accidents happen - and when they do, you'd might just want to have this "miracle" £2.80 Aldi product in your cupboards.
Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, one delighted shopper demonstrated how Dr Beckmann's Carpet Stain Remover got rid of stubborn rust stains on her rug in SECONDS.
She explained: "I’d had my new rug about 2 weeks and thought it would be a good idea to dismantle a parrot cage on top of it!
"I didn’t realise rust had dropped out of the legs of the cage all over the rug, ruined it! I’ve literally tried everything to get it off but to no avail."
As a last ditch attempt to salvage it, the woman thought she'd give the carpet cleaner - which she picked up for £2.80 in Aldi - a go.
She added: "I bought this from Aldi! I am so impressed!!! I had to share it with you."
In the accompanying clip, the woman used the brush head to work the product into the stain and watched as it vanished immediately.
What's more, cleaning fans have previously used the product to remove wine stains and revamp grubby car seats.
The post has racked up almost 2,000 "likes" on the Facebook group - and other shoppers are now desperate to stock up.
After taking her advice, one member replied: "Thank you so much for this, my daughter popped an Orbeez ball the other day and the pink fluid stained my cream carpets. Now it's looking as good as the day it was fitted. So thank you!"
Another added: "I foster dogs and not all of them are house trained. This stuff has been a godsend."
A third wrote: "Good for fabric sofas too!"
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