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How to get candle wax out of carpet?

Last night 7-28-13, Our cat jumped up on the dresser in our bedroom and pulled down the doilie that the candle was sitting on. I now have a spot of wax on my carpet, that I need to clean up I don't know what products to use or how to do it. Please help! Thank you, Cindy.

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