How To Get Rid Of New Carpet Smell?

by Robyna Butera Professional Blogger & Writer

Carpet is a thick woven fabric that is used as a floor covering. A carpet gets harshly used by everyone. The debris from the outside world gets deposited on it. A carpet is made up of thick and expensive fabric. The cleanliness of a carpet should be taken care of because by keeping a carpet dirty one has to face several problems.

If you want to replace your carpet with a new one or want to install a new carpet on your hard flooring, then you have to deal with the smell of the new carpet. A fresh and new carpet has VOCs smell on it. The volatile organic compounds present on a new carpet starts spreading its smell all over the place. This smell can cause discomfort and difficulty in breathing. If you are allergic to such smells, you should use some tricks and tips to get rid of a new carpet’s smell by yourself.

To get rid of the new carpet smell, you can use your daily usage products. You can use DIY products as well for getting rid of the smell. We have listed down some of the ways to get rid of the new carpet smell.

Use These Tricks To Get Rid Of New Carpet Smell:

Want to save some money on removing new carpet smell? Then you should use your household equipment and products for neutralizing the VOCs smell. If you want to try and remove the new carpet smell by yourself, then you should use the methods listed down by us. 

Use of Baking Soda

Baking soda is known for absorbing odour and used for deodorizing and neutralizing odour. To remove the VOCs smell, you need baking soda and a vacuum cleaner. Sprinkle baking soda all over the new carpet and leave it overnight. The baking soda goes down till the deepest layer possible and removes the unwanted smell from it. To remove the baking soda, thoroughly vacuum clean the carpet. This method is effective and easy. 

Steam Clean With Vinegar

If you want to get rid of the new carpet smell effectively and efficiently, then use vinegar in your steam cleaner. Vinegar is a natural deodorizer and neutralizes odour. Put an equal amount of vinegar and water in the steam cleaner reservoir. Then clean the carpet with the steam cleaner. The vinegar’s smell might get trapped in the carpet but will come off in some minutes.

Room Ventilation

The most important part of getting rid of any smell is airflow through the room. The circulation of air from inside and outside should be proper to get rid of the new carpet smell.

To get rid of the new carpet smell, you should keep all the windows open, keep the fans, heat ventilation and air conditioning system on for the circulation of air. This method takes up to 72 hours to completely get rid of the new carpet smell.

Use Onions or Apples

Cut onions in pieces and put them in a bowl full of water. Make several bowls like these and place them at different corners of the room. Onions are excellent at absorbing odour and thus helps in reducing the VOCs smell. If you are worried about watering eyes because of onions, you can replace the onions with apples. Apples will eliminate the smell, and leave a pleasant odour in the room.

Excellent Professional Carpet Cleaning Service on Your Single Call

Carpet Cleaning Berwick is one of the best carpet cleaning agencies in Berwick. Our expert cleaners are known for making carpet clean and fresh. The cleaning detergents used by our professionals leave a fragrant smell on the carpet as well. Thus, if you ever want to make your carpet look fine and smell good, you should hire our professionals. Also, we can help you out in the removal of a new carpet smell. For booking our effective carpet cleaning service, call on 03 9068 6411 and make an appointment as per your convenience. Get DIY Tips for Carpet Cleaning from our professionals.

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