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    Posted: 01/June/2009 at 10:08pm
Hi, i have expansive area rug that i need to remove orange soda stain from it.
please help with idea that can help.
 
this is the soda:
 
and this is the stain:
 
 
the area rug made of hard fibers mabe this is  sisal rug , to be honest i never deal with this type of rug and there is no sticker on the back of it. which makes it more hard for me to tell.
 
 
Thanks for any help,
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i would apply proteen spot and stain remover,  prochem brand,to a towel first then to rug and run a fabric rince through your extraction machine , read lable of acitic rinse ,the small areas use a cotton bud same as before.
 
 
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Test a small area first

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A spot from orange juice is not a big deal. It is better than a spot from grapes or blackberry. Try it with wet towel first and then with some kind of chemical product. Don't worry even the rug is expensive. 
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Hi,

For carpets, it assumes the carpet can be shampooed at home, and that the carpet is not made of wool. (If the carpet is made of wool do not use ammonia as a stain remover.)
Use some technique for the best result...

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Hi,
May be try home made solution made up of 1/4 teaspoon of non bleach detergent (or white vinegar) mixed with 32 ounces of water.  It works best with water soluble stains. Test small area before you try.

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Do not use a wet cleaning method with sisal.  That includes HWE and shampooing.  Use dry cleaning methods only.  By leaving the orange soda on the sisal rug and allowing it soak in you reduced your chances of ever getting the orange stain out.  Orange stains can be handled like red stains.    Get a professional to fix it, this is beyond the skillset of a home owner who has no training and believes that reading the internet prepares them for jobs like carpet cleaning and brain surgery.
Are you in a high paying business or are you just a self employed low paid grunt who thinks this business provides dignity?
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I WOULD RINSE WITH COLD WATER FIRST THEN EXTRACT THEN USE A DYE REMOVER ...OBVIOUSLY TEST SMALL SPOT FIRST
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