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Roundup was spilled in a car carpet how do i clean the area to get it out of the carpet?

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The active ingredient in Roundup is Glyphosate and is fairly harmless to humans. I would suggest dilution with water and use an absorbent material such as baking powder or cat litter to soak up the material and sweep up then vacuum the remaining material.

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    I disagree with this answer - the fumes of Roundup are harmful to humans.

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