Rotten Tomato In Car

I had a tomato spoil while under the seat of my car (not sure how it got there). After I removed the tomato, there was some juice that had soaked into the carpet. I tried carpet cleaner but couldn't get to the spot. I then tried pouring white vinegar on the area. The vinegar neutralized the smell for the most part, but not completely. And now I have a vinegar smell in the car--not good but better than the rotten tomato. My question - how do I get rid of the vinegar smell and any lingering rotten tomato smell? Thanks in advance for your help.



January 21, 20050 found this helpful
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Keep putting baking soda on. Put it on, let it set for a few days. Vacuum and do it again until it goes away.

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June 3, 20080 found this helpful

Baking soda absolutely. Let stay overnight. But you must vacuum it or the smell will remain.

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