Old food coloring in carpet?
If these suggestions don't work, you can always hire a professional carpet cleaner. 1. Clean up any kind of stain in your carpet as soon as you notice it. The longer stains have to set in, the harder they are to get out. 2. Gently blot any excess spill with a paper towel. If there's a large amount of spill, you can use a wet vacuum to get up some of it. 3.Clean up any type of stain in your carpet when you see it. The longer stains, the harder they're going to get out. Block excess spills gently with a paper towel. You can use a wet vacuum to get some of it if there is a large amount of spill. 4. Clean up any type of stain in your carpet when you see it. The longer stains, the harder they're going to get out. Block excess spills gently with a paper towel. You can use a wet vacuum to get some of it if there is a large amount of spill. Make a solution of one tablespoon white vinegar, one tablespoon liquid hand dishwashing detergent and two cups of warm water. If your food coloring stain is red, use ammonia instead of vinegar. Pour some of this solution onto a clean, white cloth and sponge the stained carpet. Dab the carpet dry with a paper towel. Repeat until the stain is gone, or nothing more comes off. 5. Sponge any remaining tin with a small amount of warm water and a little rubbing alcohol. After each wet time, blot it dry. 6. Dampen the stained areas with hydrogen peroxide of 3 percent. Let the peroxide of hydrogen stand for an hour. Blot and repeat as required. 7. When the stain is finally gone, stack a bunch of paper towels over the area. Weigh the paper towels down like a stack of books with something heavy. In about an hour this will absorb all the humidity. Sprinkle a little tapestry on the dry tapestry to make your clean tapestry smell nice If these suggestions do not work, a professional carper cleaner can always be hired.
it has dyed the carpet so there is no way to get it out if soap and water doesn't do the trick.