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Why powdered carpet deodorizers are bad


Jackie goes over why the powdered carpet deodorizers are bad

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8 thoughts on “Why powdered carpet deodorizers are bad

  1. The best way to get rid of a smell is to remove the odor. Genius. And you do that howwwwwww?

    1. Depends on what you’re cleaning 🙂 what are you trying to clean?

  2. there is truth to that but if you have a central vacuum system and vacuum weekly or biweekly using this powder once a month (providing you do 3 or 4 passes) you should be fine

    1. Might be true, we just don’t think it’s worth it. But that’s our humble opinion. Thanks for your comment!

  3. They are good between deep cleaning just to give a fresh scent

    1. M_Spoon Exactly! Because I’m not paying to have carpets deep cleaned every month..not gonna happen. Might work for someone without pets.

    2. We don’t recommend using sprinkle carpet deodorizers at all because they cause the carpet to become contaminated with powder, and it’s impossible to vacuum it all up.

      Moreover, because the particles are so small they can get past the filters and waft into the air. Fine particles like talc and baking soda particles (found in most sprinkle deodorizers) are not good to breathe.

      And lastly, sprinkle carpet deodorizers are hard on vacuums. Again, because the particles are so small, they can get past the filters and infiltrate the motor, not to mention they can clog up a vacuum very quickly.

      Thanks for your comment!

  4. Yes, removing the oder first by deep cleaning makes sense. Hiding the oder with carpet powder doesn’t.

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