For many, baking soda is the panacea for all ills. Home remedy used to clean and remove stains from surfaces, as a washing up liquid or even to unclog the sink. Perfect ally in the kitchen, where it is often used as a leavening agent or to thoroughly clean fruit and vegetables.
Our grandmothers also often used it to clean carpets. Let’s find out how to do it together.
How does it work? The procedure is very simple. Just sprinkle some baking soda on the stains on the carpet and rub lightly.
Then just let the baking soda act for a few hours and finally clean with a brush or vacuum cleaner.
Why clean carpets with baking soda? Because baking soda is an inexpensive remedy, it does not pollute and has a whitening power, which together with its well-known disinfectant and antiseptic properties, allows carpets to be cleaned and sanitized better than any other detergent.
Compared to dry cleaning or the use of chemicals, bicarbonate guarantees a more delicate cleaning, which will soon make the carpet look like new.
Ideal for short-pile, long-pile rugs, but also for antique rugs that require more care and attention, it will also completely eliminate bad smells.