[BAD!] The Truth About Cleaning With Baking Soda & Vinegar

If you’re like most people, you’ve probably heard that mixing vinegar and baking soda are great for cleaning. Well, that is false, vinegar and baking soda when combine are horrible cleaners. The lie that vinegar and baking soda being the best cleaner in the world needs to stop spreading. Cleaning with vinegar and baking soda

Can You Use a Vacuum Without a Filter + Other Filter Tips!

I’m often amazed by how many people ask me if it’s okay to use their vacuum cleaner without a filter? I can somewhat understand asking if you can run a shop vacuum without a filter, but it doesn’t make sense in your home vacuum. It’s best you don’t run any vacuum cleaner without a filter,

Will a Robot Vacuum Set off House Alarm?

I recently got a good question about alarm systems and if a robot vacuum will trigger them. This is one of those things you don’t think much about until it hits you when trying to leave your home and the robot vacuum is running. Will The Robot Vacuum Set Off The Home Alarm? Yes, but

[10-Steps] How To Clean A Roomba That Ran Over Poop

There was a video that circulated the internet where someone’s robot vacuum running over dog poop, and it smeared it all over the home. It was gross and everyone had a good laugh because something like this would never happen to us. Well… I thought the same thing and then one day it happen to

How Often to Vacuum Upholstery ( And Clean )

You should vacuum your upholstery every week or when you vacuum the floor. You should deep clean the upholstery every 1 to 2 years depending on how dirty or how much you use it. Of course, there is more to it so let’s dig in. Why Vacuum Your Couch? Asking why you vacuum your couch

How to Clean Dried Vomit from Carpets

Dried vomit is one of the toughest stains to remove. It has 3 components that you need to remove to be able to say that you have successfully won your battle against this nasty enemy of ours. First is the gross stain, the stain differs on what we have eaten the night before, you should

How To Neutralize Odors In Carpet

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If you notice unpleasant odors coming from your carpet, using baking soda or vinegar is NOT the ideal solution. While baking soda effectively neutralizes odors, applying it to the carpet and subsequently vacuuming can potentially harm your vacuum cleaner. Although baking soda and vinegar are frequently recommended for various purposes on the internet, I advise

How To Clean Carpet Edges – Filtration Soiling

If you notice gray or black discoloration near the baseboard edges of your carpet, it is likely a result of filtration soiling, which is a common occurrence in homes with central air and heat systems. This happens because carpets act as large air filters, causing dust particles to become trapped. In this post, I want

Cleaning Carpet With Vinegar – Don’t Do It!

Everywhere I look on the internet all I see is people talking about using white distilled vinegar for everything. This is getting quite annoying. I hate to break this to you, but Vinegar is not some miracle cleaner. If anything it kind of sucks. Also don’t get me started on the baking soda; I go into

How To Fluff Carpet – Make It Look Good!

Having matted or flatten carpet is not an attractive thing especially when you’re trying to sell the home. Did you know that matted carpet is more likely to be trapping hair and dirt than carpet that is fluffed up? A Fluffed up carpet allows the vacuum to get into the fibers and suck up more items than

How To Get Human Urine Out Of Carpet

Well, you know these things do happen. Sometimes urine ends up on the carpet, sometimes it’s human urine. The good news is that it’s not really that big of a deal as long as you have the correct tools. If you don’t want to keep smelling urine in your carpets or just want to know

Can You Vacuum New Carpet? Will It DAMAGE It?

The question of “can you vacuum new carpet?” is an old wives’ tale that people used to ask back when it would have been smart not to vacuum your new carpet, but today it’s quite the opposite. Can You Vacuum New Carpet? Yes, you can vacuum new carpet. In fact, it is generally recommended to

How to Keep Cobwebs from Coming Back

Are you tired of always cleaning Cobwebs from your walls, ceilings, garage, basement, and even the outside of your home? If you’re sick of the cobwebs and want to keep them from coming back, then we have some good news for you. In this how to guide we will show you how to clean high

Don’t Vacuum Up Baking Soda – It Kills Vacuum Cleaners

Baking soda is a popular household cleaner, especially for eliminating odors. However, it is important to be cautious when using baking soda with vacuum cleaners, as it can cause damage and create various issues. In this post, I want to explain why you should avoid vacuuming baking soda and what you should use instead. Can

What to do – Vacuum Cleaner Smells Like Vomit

Nothing more disgusting then smelling vomit especially when it is coming from your Vacuum Cleaner. You’re probably wondering why your vacuum has this nasty smell and how you can get rid of it. The good new is that we have some helpful tips to get rid of that odor coming from your vacuum cleaner. Do