After some time the carpets in your home will start to get dirty and dingy. They also will start to have odors that are hard to deal with. The best way to keep your carpets looking and smelling their best is to have them professionally cleaned on a regular basis. You can have some odors due to pet stains and other spills such as coffee and acidic juices. Other everyday activities such as smoking can also cause smells and odors to linger in the carpet. The carpet that has bad odors can make the entire home smell bad so it is best to have them treated often.
ADC Carpet Cleaning offers some tips on the best ways to remove odors from your carpets.
Carpet Odor Prevention: When you start to notice that your carpets are emitting an odor around your home you usually want to remedy it and there are some great tips to help. The first thing you want to do is to vacuum the floor really well. This will remove the debris and dust that could be causing some of the odor. You should then air the house out. If the temperature outside is decent it is always a great idea to open some doors and windows to let in the fresh air.
Baking Soda Carpet Odor Removal: One of the best home remedies for odor control is to use baking soda. It can be used in a plethora of ways to reduce odor including on the carpet. If you have a specific area that needs to be treated for odor you can lay the baking soda over the area and allow it to sit on the space overnight. The baking soda will soak up any moisture that can be causing odor. After it has set you can use a vacuum to remove the excess baking soda which should have the odor absorbed.
Soak Up Pet Urine Spots from Carpet: When you have a pet that has an accident on the carpet the stain can leave an odor. The area should be treated as soon as possible to ensure that the moisture is pulled out of the carpet and the padding. You can use a cloth or newspaper to lay over the spot that needs treated. Then lay a heavy item over the top to allow it to soak up the moisture overnight. Then you can use a water bottle to spray the space and dab away with a clean cloth. The last part is to use a cleaner that is able to counteract the acidity in the pet urine.
Call A Professional Carpet Cleaner: The very best way to treat odors that may be stuck in your carpets is to use a professional carpet cleaning company. They can come in and treat the area specific as well as clean the entire carpeted area.