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How to Clean Dried Vomit From Carpet

How to clean dried vomit from carpet? One of the worst cleaning task that we hate to do, but have to do, is cleaning the vomit from carpet. And when the hard stuff gets on the carpet, the job becomes worse if that is even possible. Removing large chunks of vomit is a really gruesome job, paired with removing the odor, and then trying to remove the stain; all of which makes this a tough mission. Almost!

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So now, before you worry that your carpet is a disaster beyond repair and throw it out; one thing to consider is that there are plenty of Do – It – Yourself ways to break down the mess and remove the odor forever. They key is this solution is to use the right carpet cleaning technique to get a gleaming, vomit free carpet!

Things you might need:

  • Dust pan
  • Paper towels
  • Spoon
  • Warm water
  • Bucket
  • Vacuum
  • Enzyme based cleaner
  • Corn starch/Baking soda

How to Clean Dried Vomit from Carpet

These simple tips mentioned below might guide you better:

Try to remove as much as the liquid (Vomit) as possible. The first step is to remove the liquid as you can, using the help of a dustpan and a scraper. A spoon is a great choice for a smaller mess.

Blot the Area

The next step is to blot is very gently with a paper towel or a clean cloth which can absorb most of the liquid from the vomit. Also sprinkle generous amount of cornstarch or baking soda. If there is more liquid, then feel free to use an old rag. Leave it for 15 to 20 minutes and then vacuum.

Focus on the area and then use a small amount of the enzymatic cleaner. Now it’s’ time to take off that gruesome smell from the carpet. For this, you will have to ¬†apply a cleaner directly on the place which might work by fragmenting down the particles making odor so that removing can be made easy.

Again blot the area and remove the cleaner and stain with a paper town, repeat the same process if needed. Let the area dry out.

The last step is to vacuuming. After it is dried completely, the final step is to provide your carpet that fresh and new look.

Some Additional Tips

How to Clean Dog Vomit from Carpet

How to Clean Dog Vomit from Carpet

  • Remember to clean the carpet after you spot the dog vomit from the carpet. It might be tough to clean, the longer you wait to do this task.
  • Dry cleaning fluid is another product that works better to remove vomit stains from the carpet.
  • Vacuum the area, to prevent the stain and bacteria growth, you must also replace the bag in a correct manner.
  • Remember to spot check before trying any new product.

The carpet cleaning task mentioned above are much more effective and might consume less time to complete if it is done with a wet vac or carpet shampoo, although the job can also be done well even without it.

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