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Quick Tips to Help You Remove Unpleasant Odor on Your Carpets

Posted on: May 30, 2012

Bad carpet odor is quite problematic and can be a very embarrassing issue to have for any homeowner. It really puts off any guests and visitors and will definitely be something that you don’t want to live with.

But unpleasant carpet odor isn’t an impossible problem for carpet owners. There are certain things that you can do in order to help remedy the situation. All you need is the right information and the correct tools to get things done properly. Here are some of the tips that you can use to help get rid of unpleasant odor on your carpet.

• Use vinegar to deodorize the carpet by making a cleaning solution out of it. Mix a teaspoon of it with a cup of warm water and then spray it onto the parts of the carpet where the odor is coming from. Then, use a wet/dry vac to dry the area.
• You can also use baking soda to get rid of the nasty carpet smell. Sprinkle baking soda on your carpet and leave it overnight. Then, the following morning use vacuum cleaners to suck it out of the carpet. The baking soda will help absorb all of the unpleasant smell and will leave your carpet clean and odorless.

Carpet odor can be a really big and annoying problem for any homeowner. If ever you have this problem at home, just check out some of the tips above to help you get your carpet smelling clean and fresh once more.

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