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✅ How To Use Arm and Hammer Carpet Odor Eliminator Freshener Review


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How To Use Arm and Hammer Carpet Odor Eliminator Freshener Review
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Arm and Hammer Carpet Odor Eliminator Freshener

Eliminate tough odors with Baking Soda and fresh scents
• Long-lasting crisp floral scent inspired by nature
• Helps to absorb and eliminate odors from smoke, mold and mildew
• Use every time you vacuum
• Perfect for upholstered furniture and automobile carpeting

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13 thoughts on “✅ How To Use Arm and Hammer Carpet Odor Eliminator Freshener Review

  1. The one you got smells The best

  2. Would you consider this “baking soda” still? Not a dumb question I really am asking bc its all i have. Doing a lil project but what i need is baking soda so would this be consider the same thing?

    1. Not to eat but for a project or something

  3. The stink is so bad I had to call the doctor my sinuses have swollen shut. I’ll never use it again

  4. Is it ok if I have a navy
    Blue carpet?

  5. Just wanted to mention that if you go overboard in your application of that product it can go very bad. My girlfriend used to much when she cleaned the house and we were both left with severe allergic reactions. I have never had an issue with carpet powders in the past, but I would like to relate how important it is to not go wild when sprinkling that powder as it could cause problems.

    1. Wait. So how much exactly? Did she used – IDK – 1 cup? I am thinking of using this technique and buy it for cleansing smell from carpet. Is 1 teaspoon just right?

  6. 1. if you have pets that have accidents or are not potty trained; BAKING SODA before vacuum

    2. If you live on a bottom floor (ground concrete) apartment; BAKING SODA EVERY TIME BEFORE YOU VACUUM.

    3. PETS and a lower ground floor apartment; (this is like the paradox/paradigm quantum mess theory lol) Use baking soda every single time; keep it ULTRA clean.. as the tenant on the lowest ground level floor.. You are humid in summer; and humid in winter.. WHY? in the summer you are the first to get the benefits of the warm earth (ground temp) BUT; you are also the first to experience a VERY HIGH HUMIDITY level in the air. In the winter; you are going to be the coldest and the most humid; because.. the floor is concrete; so below the concrete is moisture and if in the winter; either extremely dry; or extremely humid.. multiply that against all those floors above you burning the furnace like it is Antarctica.. YOU GET WET AND STINKY AND NO ADVANTAGE IN THE WINTER.. buy a large de-humidifier.

    1. Shaun Hawkins seems like you really hate the bottom floor

    2. this applies to pet owners because.. all that moisture breeds bacteria; all that heat also breeds bacteria and bugs.. dogs and cats; all animals are more likely to spend waste in a swamp than they are in a dry clean place.. the bottom floor apartments are always disasters because nobody regulates the moisture VS HOT/COLD variable well.

    3. welcome to heating and cooling while living in a SWAMP. lol

    4. the moral of the story is 1.. DRY AIR… 2.. Extremely dry air… 3. NOW YOU CAN HEAT OR COOL EFFICIENTLY.

    5. If you live on the bottom floor and run the furnace all day.. expect a 200-300 dollar bill.. all you are doing is converting cold dry air into wet hot air that rises UP TO EVERYONE ABOVE YOU; and leaves you cold and wet.

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