How to Get Wood Stain out of Carpet?

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Everyone wants to keep their carpet clean and attractive. Wood stains in particular can be somewhat difficult to eradicate, but it's sometimes possible to remove them yourself. You will need several things, including a clothes iron and carpet stain remover.
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To get wood stain out of your carpet, you will have to use acetone. Apply it to a rag and apply the rag to the stain until it has been lifted.
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