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HEY GUYS!!!

Went to church the other night and Zoe left us a gift when we got back. MUCH to our surprise, our baby had evidently had an upset stomach and threw up on our carpet (which is a light beige in color) and it was set in, DRIED in place when we got home. The vomit APPEARED to be just bile,  (yellow-ish in color) nothing too serious and she's now is back to her old rambunctious self.

My query is that we've tried EVERYTHING from Woolite to Resolve carpet cleaner and everything in between. Does ANYONE out there have any remedies for removing spotting from dog vomit?
 

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I used Natures Miracle to clean up vomit when Kiah was throwing up so much, it worked really well.
 

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I did a search and it didn't come up for walmart but it did for Amazon and they are pretty reasonable.  If you have some other items to order, you could probably get free shipping.  I know that petco has it.
 

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Regular carpet cleaner should work fine too.  If it was pee or poo, then I would definitely say an enzyme cleaner like Nature's Miracle but since it's just vomit you don't really need a specialty product.
 

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I've always had luck with Resolve also.
 

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Club Soda: Club soda works wonders on a variety of water soluble stains. We suggest you always keep a can of club soda on hand at room temperature. Club soda is carbonated water; thus, club soda will not cause any damage to the carpet backing. You can slowly drizzle a small amount directly on the spill, but we caution you to not soak the carpet. Club soda does not leave a residue and therefore does not need to be rinsed out. In fact, club soda can be used as the rinsing agent for other cleaners.

Detergent: Mix 1 teaspoon of liquid dish detergent with 2 cups of warm water -- not hot water. The dish detergent should be clear in color without bleaching properties.

Ammonia: Mix
 
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