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Baking Soda and Vinegar for Fish Odors

While vacationing at our home in Baja, a bag of fish guts leaked into the carpet of our Suburban. We tried to clean it with carpet cleaners but the still the odor was terrible. I dumped a box of baking soda onto the carpet and brushed it in and let it sit for a day. Still a terrible fishy smell. Then I pour white vinegar over the spot. It bubbled up like a first grader volcano.

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It worked great, no spot and no smell.

By Cyn Dee from Orange County, CA

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August 24, 20170 found this helpful

I left a bag of frozen halibut in the back of my truck, and the
thing is, it is a loaner from the collision place, thank god I have two weeks to try and fix this without spending money on a detail. Needless to say, I tried this and unbelievable, the mixture of baking soda and the vinegar produced a bubbly event and presto, magic!

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