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DIY Carpet cleaning | Disinfect your carpet| Baking soda+salt


Carpet cleaning at home.

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54 thoughts on “DIY Carpet cleaning | Disinfect your carpet| Baking soda+salt

  1. Wives who clean the house good is a good wife.

    1. @Hamsa’s Kitchen lol yes but it’s a good thing.

    2. Ha ha.. A good wife can be defined in a much more dignified manner rather than for cleaning.

  2. looks like still not very clean

  3. Thank you!!

  4. I found that peppermint oil is good to for antibacterial and can I use the spray other places

  5. Do I have to do twice

    1. Yes , just to deep clean..

  6. It’s been hard to find I have peppermint

    1. Yes that is antibacterial too as u said.. ya you can try that also..

  7. What is I don’t have tea tree oil

  8. What kind of salt

    1. Any salt would do the job..

  9. Great!👍Thank you!👏

  10. I dont have vacuum??plx tell me what I do ??

    1. @Hamsa’s Kitchen what if you can’t afford a hoover how do you clean the carpet

    2. U need vaccum cleaner for carpets..

  11. If you have pets do not use tea tree oil!! It’s harmful to pets!!

  12. Will using baking soda damage the vacuum?

    1. S Pritchett No, it’s like pet fresh.

  13. Vacuum does not take all the salt, is it ok if some salt remains in carpet?

    1. @Hamsa’s Kitchen thank you, I hope they dont cause an issue and just keep the floor dry I guess

    2. Shouldn’t be a problem I think.

  14. Pet owners warning!! Do NOT use tea tree oil around them!! This is toxic to them

    1. I think it has to be strait tee tree oil. If it’s mixed and watered down it might be ok, but still Google it just in case. Since some essential oils are toxic to animals.

    2. @ TVolpe shhh human someone made a random comment about tea tree oil it must true ok quiet human and stop using it OK OK.

    3. FMJPatriot 😂😂😂 hooaaahhh

    4. Don’t be a hillbilly, leave animals outside where they belong.

    5. TVolpe The toxin found in tea tree oil is metabolized by the liver, making diluted tea tree oil safe for topical use on most dogs – but always consult your veterinarian before exposing your dog to it. … If used on dogs topically, essential oils must be diluted to be safe.

  15. What if the carpet is dark coloured

    1. Hi, Color doesn’t matter.. It still works great..

  16. Use Arm & Hammer Or Glade Carpet Powder Refresher

    1. This is the smart people way. Besides, those don’t disinfect.

    2. Those have toxic chemicals

  17. Should I put ALOT of salt if there is alot of stains and for how long should I leave salt

    1. I wd let this all sit overnight. I also sweep dry ingredients into the rug, so it’s not just surface cleaning.

    2. Hi, let the salt soak for 30 mins at least.. and yes put a little more extra for more stains and sprinkle little water.. or use baking soda instead of salt.. Hope that helps..

  18. good to have eco-friendly solutions for cleaning.

  19. Good idea sis …

  20. Super idea

  21. Diff n new method dear✌😍Thanks fr sharing😊😊

  22. Different and new one to me about the carpet cleaning sis

  23. does it matter what kind of salt?

    1. Hi Kaleb Heath , doesn’t matter.. Any salt should do the work👍👍

  24. Call a professional

    1. @HannahEstherRuth To clean the carpet properly without risk of any damage.

    2. HannahEstherRuth 😂😂😂

    3. For what? To vacuum?!

  25. Can you use baking soda that had been siting in the bathroom cabinet for months?
    I don’t know if it’s expired

    1. I’ve read that you can use “old” baking soda for cleaning rugs/carpets. Testing with vinegar will let you know if the baking soda still viable. I’ve used “used” baking soda on a number of cleaning projects and it worked just fine!

    2. It mostly depends on how it is stored. You can test it by adding 2 teaspoons of vinegar to 1/4 cup of baking soda – if it bubbles immediately then the baking soda is good. Also if it gives any abnormal smell just discard it, otherwise it is okay as long as you use it only for cleaning.

  26. You sprinkled the salt after the baking soda but before the vinegar? Thank you for a nice helpful video…;)

  27. You don’t vacuum when it’s wet do you?

    1. I sprinkled the baking soda and let that sit for 30 mins, then salt, and followed by vinegar solution, and again let it sit for 15-20 mins. Then vacuum. Thank you. Hope it helped you.

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