How to Remove the Odor from a Wet Carpet?

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Wet carpet odor can occur when you pour water or any liquid substance on the carpet. You can get rid of the odor depending on the nature of the carpet for example it can be glued or just the ordinary one that you can remove, wash and put back in the room. The first thing to do is to take the carpet out of the room and put it out to remove the water, next is to soak it using detergents then after that you can clean it and put it to dry and finally after drying you can vacuum it to completely get rid of the smell.
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