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    hello i have a question 2

    i had a dog inside for a bit when he was a puppy and hes was peeing in on the carpet only in the dinning room any help on how to get the smell out of the carpet and maybe help it not be so stiff there thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mischief View Post
    I love you Aunty Sodor! Im going to give this a try tomorrow! Hopefully there will be a nice shiny FLUFF free house for my darling husband when he comes home.

    Now... do you have any fixed for the domestic CAR? Ours seems to have decided its time to go to the happy hunting ground...
    Is it fixable? If not I would suggest getting a new one

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheezelkat View Post
    Aunty Sodor, how do I make my house smell beautiful? I can't stand commercial air fresheners.
    Get a spritzer bottle and add water and some drops of essential oils and spray in each room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandy31 View Post
    hello i have a question 2

    i had a dog inside for a bit when he was a puppy and hes was peeing in on the carpet only in the dinning room any help on how to get the smell out of the carpet and maybe help it not be so stiff there thanks
    This is a great recipe for removing cat urine odor from carpet. Start by blotting up as much of the urine as possible with old rags or paper towels.

    Next mix 3 parts water with one part vinegar and saturate the spot. Dry thoroughly using the same method mentioned above. Once dry, sprinkle the area with baking soda.

    Next mix ĺ cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide solution with one tsp. dish detergent and sprinkle over the baking soda. Try this first on a small inconspicuous area of the carpet to make sure the hydrogen peroxide wonít discolor your carpet.

    Next, use your fingers or an old brush to work the baking soda in. Iíve used an old hairbrush with little bits of plastic over the tips with good results. Allow this to dry and vacuum it up. If thereís still a slight odor when done, lather, rinse and repeat.

    I would then shampoo the entire carpet and that should bring back the softness. Goodluck!

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    plezzz answer my question 2 lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandy31 View Post
    plezzz answer my question 2 lol
    I just did

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    How do I remove yogurt stains from my couch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mischief View Post
    How do I remove yogurt stains from my couch?
    Rub it with a baby wipe that removes all marks from my couch

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    Sodor - Thank you for starting this thread. You are a legend... and even though Im having so much fun teasing you, Im enjoying the usefulness!

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    This is awesome!! Have noted all tips and when I get a problem ..SODOR!!!


 

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