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Old 05-26-2020, 11:19 PM
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Default Carpet deodorizing

Hello, today I had a friend's dog come to visit and he peed on my carpet (and my couch >... ) that combined with the general dog smell of my pup has created the need to deodorize.
I'm wondering if it's safe to just put baking soda all over the carpet overnight and vacuum it up the next day. I've used my spot cleaner which I just put some laundry detergent in but it just doesn't cut it.
I'd put them in another room while vacuuming for dust flying about

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Yes, you can use baking soda if you put the birds in another room.
You can also try white vinegar which will generally lift the odor and the pee stains depending on how long they've set.
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