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Vaseline is a petroleum jelly, so in order to remove a stain in a carpet, rubbing alcohol, a form of washing detergent or hydrogen peroxide is necessary, and it should be applied after the excess petroleum jelly has been... More »

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The experts at Good Housekeeping offer efficient suggestions on removing eyeliner stains from carpeting. To remove from carpet, Good Housekeeping says the following items may be needed: a white clean cloth, dry-cleaning ... More »

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Remove rust stains from carpet by scraping away the residue, blotting with dish soap on a sponge and allowing about 5 minutes for soaking before absorbing the stain with a disposable white towel. Treat stubborn stains wi... More »

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Getting rid of a Vaseline stain is a simple process that can be completed in a few minutes. In order to get rid of a Vaseline stain, you will need a spoon, isopropyl alcohol, an absorbent pad, water, a spray bottle, pape... More »

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To remove an old coffee stain from a carpet, the following materials are required: white vinegar, a spray bottle, white paper towels, dish washing detergent without lanolin or bleach, a clean brick or rock, hydrogen pero... More »

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To remove ink from carpet, saturate the stain with rubbing alcohol. With a clean cloth, repeatedly press into the moist area. Spray the stain with lacquer hairspray until saturated and blot dry. Brush the newly cleaned s... More »

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According to About.com, petroleum jelly, which is found in Vaseline, contains polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from unrefined petrolatum that are considered to be carcinogenic. While Vaseline contains this product, Dr. A... More »

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