How do you get orange soda stains out of the carpet?

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To get an orange soda stain out of a carpet, try baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. Apply a small amount of the baking soda, pour the peroxide on top, and do a bit of scrubbing.
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1. Place a paper towel over the stain. Press down firmly, wicking up as much of the soda as possible. Replace soiled towels as needed. Repeat until the paper towel comes away dry.
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To get orange pop stain out of carpet basically, mix hydrogen
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use resolve carpet cleaner then vacuum. It works great!
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The colour is not from the pumpkin in the casserole but more likely the tannin released from the jute backing. To wash, add two teaspoons of glycerine in a bucket of warm water, scrub
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