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To remove coffee stains from carpet, act quickly by pouring water onto the stain to dilute it, and then use a clean towel or cloth to blot up the water. Use a stain removal product to remove any remaining coffee stains. More »

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To remove a blood stain, clean the area with dish detergent and water or rubbing alcohol, rinse the carpet with a small amount of cool water and remove excess moisture with paper towels. Use ammonia or hydrogen peroxide ... 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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To remove coffee stains from colored clothes, take a white, wet paper towel and gently press it on the stain multiple times to remove as much as possible. Get 1/3 of a cup of white vinegar and mix it with 2/3 of a cup of... More »

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Remove coffee stains from linen or cotton fabric by blotting the excess liquid, pretreating with a laundry stain remover, rinsing with water, applying rubbing alcohol and rinsing again. Allow the stain to air dry, and ch... More »

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To remove a blood stain, mix 1/4 teaspoon of liquid dishwashing detergent with 1 cup warm water, and blot the cleaner onto the carpet using a white cloth. Continue blotting until the stain is transferred to the cloth the... More »

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Remove dried coffee stains from carpet by applying a paste made with water and baking soda, massaging in the paste, allowing it to dry, and vacuuming away the powder and stain. If the stain is set, follow the baking soda... More »

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