1)Begin by blotting with a clean cloth to remove as much of the juice as possible. It's very important to BLOT throughout this entire process DO NOT SCRUB. Your goal is to "lift" the stain, not rub it into the fibers. Working from the outside of the stain towards the center will keep the stain from spreading.
2)Moisten cloth well with cleaning solution and lay it on top of the stain.
3)Use the bottom of the spoon to gently press on the cloth, working from the outside towards the middle. This method allows you to work the solution into the stain without damaging the carpet fibers or rubbing the stain.
3)Repeat as necessary with a clean cloth each time until no more stain appears on the cloth.
4)For cranberry juice: apply 3% hydrogen peroxide then ammonia and blot. (do not apply ammonia to wool or oriental rugs – it will damage the fibers)
5)Spray with rinsing solution.
6)Blot with clean cloth to remove. Then Spray with clean water.
7)Blot with clean cloth. Repeat as necessary to be sure all cleaning solution has been removed.
8)Cover stain with clean cloth or stack of paper towels and put heavy weight on top (heavy books, etc.)
9) Leave set for several hours to absorb any remaining liquid.
10)Remove weights and cloths and let area air dry.
11) When spot has dried completely, vacuum thoroughly to restore carpet texture and pick up any remaining cleaning solution residue.