How to remove bright yellow dog vomit from a carpet

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How to remove bright yellow dog vomit from a carpet
Dogs throw up when sick or overly excited (dog image by Michal Tudek from Fotolia.com)

If you have a dog, inevitably he will have accidents or occasionally throw up on your carpet. Bright yellow dog vomit on your carpet can be especially difficult to remove. The bright yellow colour may be a combination of food and stomach bile. Act fast to remove bright yellow dog vomit stains from your carpet using supplies readily available in most homes. It is possible to remove older stains, as well.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Spoon
  • Trash bag
  • Baking soda
  • Vacuum
  • Club soda
  • Paper towels
  • Disinfectant spray
  • Clean towels

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Scoop up the vomit from your carpet using a spoon. Remove as much substance as possible and place it in a trash bag for disposal.

    How to remove bright yellow dog vomit from a carpet
    Kitchen spoon (spoon image by Jim Mills from Fotolia.com)
  2. 2

    Cover the vomit stain completely with baking soda. Allow the baking soda to wick up any moisture from the stain; let it sit until it's completely dry. Depending on how much liquid is there, you may have to leave the baking soda on overnight.

  3. 3

    Vacuum up the baking soda from your carpet.

    How to remove bright yellow dog vomit from a carpet
    Vacuum (vacuum cleaner image by vb_photo from Fotolia.com)
  4. 4

    Saturate the area with club soda. Blot at the vomit stain using paper towels. Continue to blot until you've wicked up as much moisture as possible.

    How to remove bright yellow dog vomit from a carpet
    Paper towels (toilettenpapier image by Victoria p. from Fotolia.com)
  5. 5

    Spray the stained area with a household disinfectant spray. Allow the disinfectant to sit on the stain for a few minutes.

  6. 6

    Blot up the disinfectant, as well as the remainder of the stain, with paper towels.

Tips and warnings

  • Use a stain remover for pet accidents on hard-to-remove vomit stained areas.
  • Repeated vomiting by your dog may indicate other health issues. Take him to the veterinarian to get checked.

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