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Remove Carpet Stains

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Remove carpet stains easily by treating them soon after they happen. I removed red spaghetti sauce from my carpet using this technique. Check out the detailed instructions in the blog post.
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  • Stacy Alexander
    Stacy Alexander Portland, OR
    on Apr 10, 2013

    Tons of ideas on Pinterest for removing nail polish stains Remove polish stains from just about anything http://www.refinery29.com/nail-polish-stains-removal Remove polish from clothes http://voices.yahoo.com/how-remove-nail-polish-stains-5731796.html?cat=25

  • Carolyn
    Carolyn Springfield, OH
    on Apr 11, 2013

    Thanks for the removing polish problem idea. I sure will pass it on. She has tried some things that didn't work. Sure appreciate the help and I know she will also. You all are the best.

  • DutchMolly
    DutchMolly Branford, FL
    on Apr 15, 2013

    @Elaine Simmons, I knew what she meant... I just got a laugh since she's a blogger and mistyped blot as blog.

  • Susan B. Anderson
    Susan B. Anderson Waterford, PA
    on May 31, 2013

    My cat just threw up on my rug. I mean like a toddler size throw-up. It is pretty bad. Poor kitty, I think she's better now, but I gack just looking at it. Its a rug, (8x11). and so far, I've been able to pick yp all the half digested cat food with toilet paper, and sprinkled it with salt to draw up the stain. I've brushed it witha dry vegetable brush and sprayed the back with an all-purpose cleaner mixed with white vinegar.....I don't really know what I'm doing, and now that it is hanging out side over the fence I don't know what to do next....ANY SUGGESTIONS OUT THERE?

  • Angela
    Angela Carrollton, TX
    on May 31, 2013

    I would probably try saturating the stain area with vinegar (test for color fastness) again then cover it with baking soda. Let it dry then vacuum up the baking soda. That should get rid of any lingering smells. I would then take a cool damp cloth with a little bit of detergent, again check for color fastness, and blot up as much of the stain as you can. If all else fails, you can always have it professionally cleaned.

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