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  • Believe it or not, you can also use this amazing product to help with getting rid of acid reflux


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      This great odor eliminator rarely does work when it comes to dogs or cats urinating on your carpet floor. I have used this quite a bit and it soaks things up pretty good, giving it a much more appealing smell than animal urine. I used to throw down towels on the floor and step

      onto them to try and soak up things that way, but that never would help the smell you go away. I even tried spraying Lysol air sprays all over the place and that would work for a while, but the smell would come back again even worse than it was before.

      So if you have any animals urinating on your carpet floor just sprinkle this stuff all over the area quite good and let it soak it up good because you will then vacuum it up later on when it has finished doing its job. You will find this product at any dollar store in your area, which is good because ...

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      it is cheap and effective.

      Believe it or not, you can also use this amazing product to help with getting rid of acid reflux. How do I know this? I have used it myself and it does work pretty good when there is no Pepto-Bismol in the vicinity. All you have to do is

      pour a tablespoon or two into a glass of water and drink it. It is as simple as that and you will quickly start to feel a lot better almost instantly after drinking it. Now you know what to do if you ever run into a situation where you are having an episode of major heartburn or acid reflux.

Terry Jinks says :

vinegar and baking soda are good for cleaning sink drains but what about Arm Hammer Odor Eliminator and vinegar? Thanks. Terry Jinks
Joanna says :


I have tried it but it doesn’t work quite as well. I think they changed the formula the baking soda for the odor eliminator so it doesn’t fizz up quite like regular baking soda does. I would stick with the regular baking soda and vinegar if you’re using it for drain cleaning, I tried the odor eliminator for a while and it didn’t work nearly as well.

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