Before you convince yourself that your carpet is totally ruined, remember that there are many alternatives, remedies and do-it-yourself ways to achieve removing vomits and stains from carpet. To clean urine stains and odors from carpet, apply vinegar to the area. Vinegar will help deter your pet from using this same spot again because it will neutralize the odor. Further, it will work its way into the carpet pad and prevent mold, mildew and bacteria from growing and causing additional foul smells. Simply pour a small amount or spray the vinegar on the area. Massage into the fibers for five minutes and let stand overnight. Another more basic answer to the question of how to remove vomit from carpet comes in the form of carpet shampoo. Applying carpet shampoo according to the specific brand’s instructions is another option to try. You may even be able to check your medicine cabinet when trying to remove vomit stains from carpet. Hydrogen peroxide can be poured over the affected area on the carpet. It will fizz, which allows it to deep clean the carpet and remove the stain.

You can clean a vomit from carpet by using a few other household products with this simple steps:

  1. Remove any remaining vomit and stains from the carpet using a spatula. Be sure to look closely to verify that you’re not leaving residue behind.
  2. Put it into a plastic bag and dispose.
  3. Coat the vomit stain with stain removing spray, using a scrub brush.
  4. Follow up by applying a rug spray directly onto the affected area.
  5. After scrubbing, rinse the carpet with cold water.
  6. Remove any remaining water.

A baby can vomit without any prior warning and chances are that the vomit is going to end up on your carpet. You can easily remove vomit from your carpet and for this, you might need:

  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Spoon
  • Baking soda
  • Vinegar (white)
  • Liquid washing detergent
  • Sponge
  • Towel

Successful poop removal procedure will not only remove all of the stains but the smell as well if done correctly and patiently:

  • Liquid hand washing soap
  • 2 cups warm water
  • 1 tablespoon white vinegar
  • Sponge
  • Cloth

For most stains and odors such as urine, feces, vomits; use an enzyme cleaner. This can be used on a range of surfaces like carpets, rugs, hardwood, tile, cloth and leather furniture, animal bedding, automobiles, pet crates, litter boxes, pet travel bags, and many other surfaces. Also, it is environmentally friendly and safe for children and pets. The enzyme cleaner’s main ingredients include water, bacteria or enzymes, nonionic surfactant and fragrance. If there is still odors coming from the area you just cleaned, sprinkle with baking soda. Don’t be alarmed. Baking soda will absorb any remaining moisture and odor. Let it stand a few hours to overnight and then vacuum well. Remember, always handle with care whenever you clean or wash your carpet. Be sure to check for any labels which indicates if any chemicals or substances are not allowed to be used in the carpet. If all else fails, you can also consult for a professional services.