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Deodorizing the vacuum

I have a Dyson (animal) vac. I has a definate smell - pet odor when I use it- just turn it on. How can I freshen or deododorize it?

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First of all Clean out the vacum cleaner . Empty canister and take filter outside and hit on something to get all dust out . Now wash canister and filter with vinegar water and let dry before using vacum again. You might try using carpet fresh for pet odors on carpet and empty and clean canister and filter regularly. I own a cleaning business and this is a hard problem to solve with all vac. cleaners. Good Luck!!

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