Try using a wet vac to completely remove old urine from carpeting, then using a pet safe enzymatic cleaner to remove the remaining stain and odor. Pet safe commercial cleaners may used to remove stains as well. More »

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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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A combination of liquid dish soap and white vinegar gets coffee stains out of carpet. It is important to begin working on the stain as soon as one notices it, particularly in carpets that are light in color, but repeated... More »

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Remove dog urine stains and odor from a carpet by using an extractor or wet vac on the affected areas and then applying carpet stain remover and a quality pet-odor neutralizer. Clean fresh urine spots and stains by first... More »

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Eliminate pet stains from carpeting by soaking up as much liquid as possible, rinsing the area with water, absorbing the water, and then applying a pet stain and odor neutralizer for optimal freshness. Gather paper towel... More »

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Laundry pre-treatment and liquid dish detergent can be used to remove a Gatorade stain from clothing or carpet. Oxygen bleach can be used to remove difficult stains. More »

To remove blood stains from carpeting, moisten the stain with a solution of water and mild non-alkali detergent, and blot the area with a rag. Add ammonia solution to the stain, blot, and let the carpeting dry. More »

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