- Soak up as much of the Lysol as possible with a clean cloth.
- Add ¼ tsp liquid dish soap to 1 cup of lukewarm water. Use mild dish soap that does not contain bleach or other harsh chemicals.
- Dip a cloth into the soapy solution and wring it out so that the cloth is wet but is not dripping.
- Dab the Lysol area with the soapy solution. Work the cloth in between the fibers so you are rinsing out as much of the Lysol as possible.
- Press a clean cloth into the carpet to soak up as much of the Lysol residue as possible.
- Mist the area with clear water from a spray bottle.
- Press a cloth into the carpet to dry it.
How to Get Lysol Out of Your Rug
Most Lysol products are not recommended for use on your carpet. This is because they contain harsh chemicals that can leave residues on your carpet that are difficult to rinse out. You can generally ignore a small amount of Lysol residue that might be on your carpet because you sprayed it above the carpet. However, if you've sprayed Lysol directly on your carpet, you'll need to remove it so that it doesn't change the color and texture of your carpet.
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