Bad smells coming from the carpet aren’t just annoying — they can also lower your indoor air quality. Mold, bacteria, and allergens like pollen and dust mite droppings can cause or worsen respiratory illnesses.
Whether your carpet is old or new, its fibers easily absorb odors from last night’s dinner or from Fido’s constant fur-shedding (or worse!). Spills and high humidity can cause mold and mildew growth, and, after a while, carpet odor can get pretty funky.
Read on to learn how to deodorize carpet with a powder or spray — and how to get the best results, either way.