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To remove a red drink stain from carpet, blot any liquid from the fibers, apply a solution of dishwashing liquid and water, clean the area with a vinegar solution, remove any remaining stain with an ammonia solution, and... More »

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To remove Kool-Aid from clothes, treat the garment as quickly as you can, flushing it with cold water and applying stain pretreatment before washing the clothing item normally. Soaking the garment in a mixture of warm wa... More »

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To remove a Kool-Aid stain, create an ammonia solution, spray it on the stain, cover the stain with a damp towel, set a hot iron on the towel, remove the iron, and then wash the item in cold water. Let the item air dry. More »

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Remove red stains from carpet by blotting as much of the material as possible with paper towels, cleaning with a dishwashing detergent solution, dissolving the red color with vinegar and following up with ammonia. Once y... More »

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To get grease out of clothing, blot the grease with a clean cloth, soften the stain with a paste of dishwashing liquid and baking soda, and rinse the clothing with water. If necessary, add spot remover to the paste, and ... More »

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To clean a dried coffee stain on a carpet, a person could either use a vinegar and water solution or a dish detergent and water solution. If there was milk in the coffee, it is best to use a laundry detergent that contai... More »

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To get red wine out of a cream carpet, blot the carpet immediately with an absorbent cloth; sponge the stain with a mixture of water, dishwashing liquid and white vinegar; sponge the area with cold water; and blot it dry... More »

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