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A few drops of liquid dish soap (I use Dawn because it removes grease and oil really well) in warm water. Dampen the area (do not soak), use a scrub brush, then use a wet/dry vacuum to suck up as much moisture as you can. Place a fan to blow the area for as long as you can to prevent mold/mildew on the carpet and pad underneath. Then drink your wine out on ...


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I ended up trying a carpet knife, and it worked perfectly. I'm not sure why it would cut when the utility knife wouldn't, perhaps just the longer length of expose blade did the trick, or perhaps my utility blades weren't very sharp. I also used a board underneath and pressed firmly, but it was still much better than the utility knife, industrial scissors, ...


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Sears used to sell the "16927 carpet cleaning attachment set" for 54.98 (in the 1997-98 Craftsman tools catalog) which was basically an attachment set and 40 ft of braided vinyly hose, floor and upholstery tools, extension wands,water valve, faucet connectors and adapters, etc that basically turned your wet/dry vac into a carpet extractor machine. ...



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