How Do You Get Rid Of The Smell Of Vomit In A Carpet?
• Soak the area in water to loosen any material (filth) left in it. Try not to allow excess water to ooze into other areas of the carpet, as this may spread the stain, and it will be hard to vaccuum all the water out of the carpet.’; } s += “”; document.write(s); return; } google_ad_channel = ‘+7733764704+1640266093+9911500640+9016233241+8962074949+8941458308+9683278076+7122150828’ + xchannels + gchans; google_ad_client = “pub-9543332082073187”; google_ad_output = ‘js’; google_ad_type = ‘text’; google_feedback = ‘on’; google_ad_region = “test”; google_ad_format = ‘250x250_as’; //–> • Brush a small amount of laundry detergent into the wet carpet with a stiff bristled cleaning brush. • Vacuum out the soapy water with a shop vaccuum or “wet/dry” vaccuum. • Wet once more with water to rinse excess soap, brushing it in. This step may have to be repeated several times to remove the soap from the carpet fiber. • Vacuum again to remove excess water, and allow area to dry. Treat the area by ap