How to clean carpet
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Let us show you how to deep clean your carpet without using a vacuum cleaner or a steam cleaner. Learn how to use white vinegar, baking soda, and warm water to clean your carpets without too much scrubbing. #deepcleancarpets #cleaningcarpetsnaturally #cleancarpetswithoutmachines
Sue saved to Housekeeping
Whether you pull out your vacuum daily or weekly, Baking Soda can be a great addition to helping you get your carpet cleaned and deodorized. I’ve been sharing some of the natural cleaning products that I use around the house. You can find homemade all-purpose cleaner here. While commercialized carpet deodorizers are not particularly costly and while they smell great, baking soda is an all-natural option
Dee Tice saved to cleaning solutions
How to make and use a homemade carpet cleaner
Got carpet in your home? Here are some carpet cleaning hacks you need to know. Learn how to tackle different kinds of stains and keep your carpet fresh.
Do you have a spot on your carpet that's dirty, but you don't want to use hazardous chemicals to clean it, try these 5 unbelievable homemade carpet cleaners to get your carpet looking new again. #clean #cleaningtips #cleaning
Run your pillows (including your decorative pillows, if they don't have lots of sewn-on embellishments) through the dryer with dryer balls or a dryer sheet.
BuzzFeed saved to Lifechangers & Hacks
Find out how to best clean carpet by hand. Including homemade DIY carpet stain cleaner recipes with baking soda and vinegar. Shows how to remove stains from area rugs in living rooms by hand and what products best to use for it. #carpetcleaning #cleaner #carpet #DIY #homemade
Brittany Carter saved to Homemaker
A simple, natural, and non toxic DIY homemade Dry Carpet Cleaner to lift stains, deodorize, and kill built up bacteria. No carpet shampooing necessary!
Cathy Fenimore saved to Cleaning
Dedicated to procrastinators and lazy people everywhere.
A simple trick used by major vacuum sales personnel to remove carpet stains. No fancy equipment needed, just things you most likely have on hand. Works great on old stains, too!
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