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How to Use Baking Soda to Deodorize Your Carpet

Posted on: May 29, 2012

Bad or unpleasant carpet odor can be a real problem for any homeowner. Nobody wants their visitors to know that they have a pet the moment they enter the door to your home. This can be a very embarrassing situation and something that can put off your visitors and guests.

So how exactly do you get rid of bad carpet odor? Well, if you don’t know how then you have come to the right place. Here I’ll show you how to make use of a simple kitchen ingredient to get rid of the nasty smell on your carpet. And that very useful kitchen ingredient is baking soda.

To use baking soda to get rid of carpet odor is very simple. All you need to do is to get some baking soda and sprinkle a considerable amount of it onto the areas of the carpet where the smell is coming from. Leave the baking soda on the carpet overnight to allow it to absorb the unpleasant odor on your carpet. The following morning, get a vacuum cleaner and then vacuum the baking soda off of the carpet. After doing this, you will immediately notice that your carpet doesn’t smell like your pet dog anymore.

Unpleasant carpet odor doesn’t have to be a big problem anymore. You don’t have to live inside a home with a filthy and smelly carpet. Simply follow the advice above and soon enough you will finally be able to say goodbye to that bad odor on your carpet.

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