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  • Natalie Diaz

    Homemade carpet stain remover- I just tried this on red wine and it worked! Everyone needs to pin this bc carpet cleaner is expensive and usually doesn't work! ~Natalie

  • Meredith Pennington

    MIRACLE CARPET STAIN REMOVER -- Fill an empty spray bottle with 1 part ammonia & 1 part HOT water, sprayed it LIBERALLY on the stain, lay the clean white towel on top of it and started ironing away! ********* It WORKS!!! We have had our carpets professionally cleaned and this stuff got out stains that they could not! *******************

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