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How To Get Rid Of Carpet Odor From Water Damage?

The water damage odour coming from your carpets could be a sign that mold or mildew is growing in the fold.

Mold and fungus thrive with moisture, so if you've had any recent flooding then take precautions to get rid of these pesky microbes before they spread even more than just their usual amount!

After water damage, it's important to take steps for the protection of your carpets and yourself. Learn about how you can get rid of odors after flooding using these strategies in order to not only protect but also heal any carpeting from chemical smells or dirt residue left behind by mold spores.

REMOVING MILDEW SMELLS FROM CARPET

It may appear difficult to get rid of a mildew odour in your carpet, but it's actually rather simple. You should never try to deal with water damage by yourself. You could make matters worse and spread mould or mildew around your home! If you've experienced any flooding, please call our professionals as soon as possible so we can assess the extent of what has happened- this will help us better prepare for treatment in order to avoid creating more problems down the line.

Here are some strategies for getting rid of odours after water damage in your house. Be sure to protect carpets with these techniques so you can breathe easily again!

  • Leave the windows open for several hours to speed up the - drying process will be accelerated by leaving the windows open for several hours.As the temperatures start to drop, it is important that you protect your home from mold and mildew damage. One of these areas can be in a carpeted room as well with humid conditions leading them over time when not properly cared for- so make sure to keep an eye out!
  • Use a carpet cleaning solution - If you have a stinky carpet, mix one cup vinegar with two cups of warm water in a spray bottle. Now apply it gently on the smelly parts and make sure not to oversaturate them since this could encourage more mould growth!
  • Treat the areas with baking soda - Baking soda is safe for use around pets and children, so you can safely suck up any smells without worrying about it hurting their sensitive noses. The best part? Baking Soda will absorb all the moisture from your carpets as well! 

The three most common methods for removing moisture and odors from carpets include: If after cleaning your carpets, the smell of water still remains, consider: refreshing the air as well. These three typical household products:

  • Vinegar: This hack is guaranteed to eliminate the smell of any human or pet odors in your house. Place bowls full of white vinegar all over, and then let it sit for a day!
  • Cat litter: Strewing clean cat litter about the room is a great way to keep it smelling fresh. Replace your pet's old bedding with new, open-collaped containers and watch as that stench dissipates within days! Tip: Do not try this at home if you have cats because they'll believe they have more places to relieve themselves!
  • Baking soda: With baking soda placed in open containers throughout the room and replaced on a regular basis, you can rapidly absorb bad water damage aromas.

The fresh, clean scent of your home should greet you when you walk in once the source of water damage has been addressed and mould/mustards are avoided. Your carpets will also be in pristine condition! If the odour reappears or you have concerns about your ability to breathe, contact an experienced professional. They offer innovative solutions for removing scents from homes and keeping families safe by providing full mould remediation services.

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