Help with strong odor from carpet
Hi I'm hoping someone could help me. I have a very strong odor on my carpet which I
can't get rid of. What happened was I stepped on a irwin naturals liquid gel multivitamin. I tried resolve high traffic foam and bissell carpet and upholstery cleaner and it's still there.
Does anybody know what kind of chemical to use? Thanks for your help!
Carpet is one of the best appliances to making our entire home beautiful, which needs to maintain regular. . Using the 1 teaspoon neutral detergent with 1 teaspoon white vinegar and 1 quart cold water, 1/4 c. baking soda and 2 cups cold water and 1/4 teaspoon mild, non-bleach detergent with 1 liter cool water cleaning solution is good for removing the juice stain over the carpet.
Nassau flood damage cleanup
Probably going to need professional help on this. Speciality spotting with extraction/rinsing will be required
Originally Posted by blackdragon
vitamin odor in carpet
Normally the first step would be to find the pH of the spot. The clean the face, and back of the carpet with the opposite pH cleaner. In other words if the pH was above 7 then you would clean with the same level below 7. To find the pH of a spot you will have to add a few drops distilled water and push pH litmus paper into the damp spot with a stainless object. Please visit
and watch the video. I think you will have to perform something like this. The corrective procedure would be to dump super hot water onto the problem and then apply the vacuum to pull all the water back out. The hotter the water the better job you will do getting the odor out. After extraction, please apply air movement as odors piggy back with moisture and it is super important to get the spot as dry as possible. So what if you do not have access to a water claw, Drieaz Rover, or HydroX pad drying attachment? You can just use a shop vac and take the vacuum hose and push the end of the hose into the carpet and hold there. The process will be much slower as perform on every square inch.
remove odor from carpet
Have you tried water-tea tree oil solution and borax?
Make a solution of 1 cup water to 16 tsp tea tree oil and place in a spray bottle. Take your carpet outside and spray it with the solution just enough to make it slightly damp (but not soaked). When it's damp enough, apply a generous amount of borax and let it sit for a few hours. Then vacuum it up. That's it.
You should spot test before you do this to make sure the colors in your rug will stay the same.
You might need some professional help...
Okay, so I'm realizing that my title may sound like a personal jab. It's not. What I mean is that you may need to hire a professional to come help. I think 1Lars said something like this too.
Custom Enzymes For Odor..
We use our own custom pre-treated enzyme solution to get rid of and properly remove, odor, bacteria, etc. Or, we steam clean the carpets.