1. Stacy Kilb at |

    Does the vinegar leave behind any sort of odor? My husband finds its scent nauseating!

    1. Kelley at |

      The smell of vinegar dissipates after use. I use it to clean counter tops, etc… and the smell never lasts! (:

  2. Brian at |

    Great article. Just be careful with peroxide, especially on wool.

  3. Brian at |

    Great article. I would just add that, people should be careful when using peroxide even at 3% solution as it could damage carpeting, especially wool!
    We clean carpets in Norwalk, Ctand have seen our share of damage caused by homemade spot treatments.

  4. N. Willis at |

    I’m on a budget here and really needed help like this. Thank you so much <3

  5. Daisy Finch at |

    Thank you for sharing. I truly enjoyed reading your well written post. <3

  6. Valeera Sands at |

    Fantastic article. Thanks for sharing the info it helps me a lot. I will recommend it to all my friends and colleagues.

    Best Regards! Newington Carpet Cleaners Ltd.

  7. Farhaana at |

    I have heard that vinegar can set stains. Have you heard of that?

  8. Cory Waltmathe at |

    I am sorry to hear your story. I can really feel how stressed you are when it happened. Aside from furniture pieces, the carpet is one of the things that require attention after a flood. The good thing here is that you know how to resolve this kind of problem. White vinegar is an all-around cleaner, indeed. Using this material will surely give you a satisfying result.

  9. Water Damage Repair at |

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts on basement water damage. Regards

  10. seher aniat at |

    I didn’t know you could make your own carpeting shampoo! Very awesome!


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