Mike writes, “How do I remove Dr. Pepper from a carpet?” Well, this is not too difficult of a spot. All that you will need is a few white cotton towels or die free paper towels and a bottle of a general spotter. If you do not have a general spotter, you can make up a solution of a mild dish washing soap and water. Put a teaspoon of a mild dish washing soap in a 32 ounce spray bottle and fill it the rest of the way with water.
Now, if the Dr. Pepper spot is still wet blocked up as much as possible with your towel. Once no more transfers, you can begin spot cleaning. Lightly mist your towel with your general spotter and dab the stain. Try to avoid spraying the stain directly with the spotter because this could make it spread. Also, avoid rubbing the stain aggressively because this could damage the carpet. Repeat the application of the spotter several times or until no more of the stain transfers to the towel.
If the above procedure does not work, contact a local carpet cleaner.