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How do I remove soft drink stains from my carpet?

Answer:
The information for soft drink stains is as follows: BISSELL Deep Cleaning Method Begin with BISSELL Pet Stain and Odor RemoverTM Trigger Spray Formula because it contains special enzymes that will break down the stain. Generously spray the area with the formula. Using a cloth or towel, gently work the formula into the area using light strokes from the edges of the stain to the center; when your cloth reaches the center of the stain, lightly pinch the area in an upward motion. Do not rub the stain. You may repeat this process several times. If the stain is especially stubborn, cover the area with a clean, damp towel and let it stand for no less than 3 to 5 hours but up to 24 to 48 hours so the enzymes can do their work. Make sure that the area remains moist. Next, use your BISSELL Deep Cleaning Machine to treat the stain according to instructions. The best cleaning formula to use is BISSELL Pet Odor & Soil Removal Formula for Portable or Full Size Machines. We also recommend adding BISSELL Deep Cleaning BoosterTM to your clean water tank (NOT the "smart mix" container) to increase cleaning performance up to 45%. After treating the area, a fan will help expedite the drying process. BISSELL Manual Cleaning Method Use the BISSELL Pet Stain and Odor RemoverTM Trigger Spray Formula because it contains special enzymes that will break down the stain. Generously spray the area with the formula. Using a cloth or towel, gently work in the formula using light strokes from the edges of the stain to the center; when your cloth reaches the center of the stain, lightly pinch in an upward motion. Do not rub the stain. You may repeat this process several times. If the stain is especially stubborn, cover the area with a clean, damp towel and let it stand for no less than 3 to 5 hours but up to 24 to 48 hours so the enzymes can do their work. Make sure that the area remains moist. Uncover the area and allow it to dry. A fan will help expedite the drying process.
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