Can I use vinegar on carpet stains?

Answer On One Hand: White Vinegar SolutionsWhite vinegar is often an ingredient in carpet cleaning solutions. In most cases, these are homemade cleaning solutions that typically consist of equal parts whi... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Can I use vinegar on carpet stains

How do I remove dried dog urine stains from carpet with vinegar?

Making A Cleaning SolutionMix 1 tsp. of liquid dish soap (the kind you keep on your sink, not for the dishwasher) with 8 oz. tap water. Sir the mixture well, then apply to the urine stain with a s... Read More »

How do you clean carpet stains with Morton salt...all stains?

AnswerOne reason is if you are using a copper ionizer this can casue a black coating anywhere on the pool. If this is not the case it could also be your pH off balance. Other than that I do not kno... Read More »

Does vinegar take out pet stains?

Yes, vinegar does indeed take out pet stains. Use white vinegar and water after blotting the stain with a paper towel. The vinegar will lift the stain out and remove the odor. Blot dry.Source:"Moth... Read More »

How do I clean the carpet with vinegar?

Vinegar PasteMix 2 tbsp. distilled white vinegar and 1/4 cup baking soda to create a paste. Rub the solution into the stain and allow it to work overnight. Vacuum the spot slowly and thoroughly to ... Read More »