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Can I use vinegar?

I have a soft-sided rolling bag for my sewing machine and my puppy decided he needed to pee on it. I remember reading that vinegar would neutralize the stink. So I just spray straight white vinegar on the bag? Dilute it any? or try something else.

 

Also, any idea how to get sticker remnants off of a shirt and suit jacket?

Thank you ladies!

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Re: Can I use vinegar?

  • I would use an enzymatic cleaner like Nature's Miracle to get rid of the odor.  Dry it off as best you can and spray it directly on.  Let it dry.

    No idea about your other question, sorry :(

  • Duh, I didn't even think of that. I had some that I had forgotten about it. I sprayed it all over. Now I cross my fingers and hope that it smells better soon. Thanks.
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  • To answer your second question - I've heard that using a blow dryer & applying heat to the surface, will loosen the adhesive of the sticker remnants.  I've never tried this, but it's worth a shot!
  • I'd use GooGone or other citrus remover on the shirt (testing first to make sure it doesn't stain).
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