Step #1: Blot dry with a paper towel to remove as much liquid as you can.
Step #2: Saturate the stain and neutralize it with water, using a spray bottle and blot with a paper towel to remove excess moisture.
Step #3: Apply a small quantity of cleaner to the stain. (To make the cleaner solution – mix 1/4 teaspoon of a hand dish washing detergent such as Dawn® or Joy® with a large cup of water) Use a blotting motion to work the cleaner into the affected area. If the stain is being removed continue applying detergent and blotting with a white paper towel until the stain is gone.
Step #4: If the stain is still there, flush with water to remove the cleaner, blot with paper towels.
Step #5: Dampen the stain with water, fold a few paper towels and lay it on top of the stain. Put a heavy object on top of the paper towel (like a brick) and let it stand until the next day.
Step #6: The next day, if the stain is still there: You are going to use a very common household product of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide. Moisten the stained area with the Hydrogen Peroxide (using a spray bottle) and let it stand for one hour. Repeat this one hour later if necessary. If any staining remains – Agitate, rough up the area with a paper towel, spray once again and then put a folded paper towel on the stain and a weight like a brick on top of the paper towel and let stand until the next day.
NOTE: Light will cause peroxide to change back to water so no rinsing is necessary.