Question about Vacuums
In addition to vinegar, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) is also an excellent remedy for many odour problems.
Try generously sprinkling baking soda on a rug you wish to clean, and afterwards, vacuum up the spot.
Rugs, and dirt may be broomed beforehand, and you may want to spread the soda over a large enough area to avoid having a small "clean spot".
Repeat as necessary, and buy the bigger boxes of baking/washing soda. It has many more great uses that you can discover.
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
My wife happens to have a rainbow that I picked up at an auction for $2.00.
When it begins to smell, we use a quarter cup of vinagar in with the water and use as usual.
You may not apprectiate the smell of vinagar, believe me, it works.
It may take a couple of vacuum sessions and changing of the vinager water each time, but one good thing about vinagar, it is an old time disinfectant.
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