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Have you ever stopped to think about just how popular soda pop is in this country? You can find entire aisles filled with the stuff at your local grocery store, and there are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of choices that you can make. With all of this soda pop it only stands to reason that some of it, or possibly quite a bit of it, will end up on your carpeting. Luckily, removing soda pop stains from carpet isn't all that difficult if you know the proper method.
Even though this method of cleaning shouldn't damage your carpet in any way, you will want to do some tests to make sure. The best way to do this is by choosing an out of the way area of your carpet to test the cleaning solution. Simply spray a bit of it onto the carpet, and then dab it off. Allow the area to dry completely (about 10 or 15 minutes), and then look to see if there has been any change in the color of your carpet. If so, do not use this method to remove the stain. Instead, you may want o look into renting a carpet cleaner.
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