New Parents take Heed, Fighting Baby’s Vomit Smell is Easier Than it Seems

Are you a new parent looking for an easy solution to get rid of your baby’s vomit smell from your home? These tips will help you do just that.


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How to Clean Baby's Vomit Smell from your Home | Get Set Clean
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Taking care of a newborn is a full-time job. In addition to taking care of your child, you also need to manage all the cleaning related to your baby’s hygiene. But the smell of your baby’s vomit lingering in the house can seem tricky to remove. But don’t stress over it! We’re here to help you get rid of the unpleasant smell.

Here are a few simple tricks you can use.

1)    Open the Windows

As soon as you notice the smell, open the windows and let fresh air into your rooms. This will neutralise the bad odour.

2)    Use Baking Soda

This amazing ingredient will neutralise the bad smell. Find the source of the odour and sprinkle some baking soda on it. Let it sit for an hour. Then wipe clean with a damp cloth. This will help reduce bad odour.

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3) Use Coffee Grounds

Fresh or leftover coffee grounds do a good job of absorbing unpleasant smells. Warm the coffee grounds in a microwave for 5 minutes and place them in a container. Place the container in the area where the vomit odour is strong. Slowly but surely the coffee grounds will absorb the bad odour.

4) Use Dishwashing Liquid

In a bowl, add 2 tbsp. of baking soda, 1 tbsp. of water and 2 tsp. of dishwashing liquid. Mix well to create a paste. Apply this paste on the affected area and let it sit for 2-3 hours. Then spray some water over it and wipe clean. Use a damp sponge to remove the paste completely.

There is no formula for successful parenting, but thankfully, there are amazing tips to solve your cleaning problems. The next time you feel unpleasant smells lingering in your home, try these useful tips. You can also share these tips and tricks with your new-parent friends. Happy parenting!

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