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Your best bet is to Shampoo the carpet. This will extract the sand/dirt better than just vacuuming. You can either use a shampoo machine or spray cleaner on the carpet, lightly mist it with water (enough to make it lather up), and extract it with a Wet/Dry Vac. After any kind of shampooing you want to let it air out and dry good though. Hope this helps. Chris
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