12 Amazing Benefits of Soda Water

12 Amazing Benefits of Soda Water

Soda Water also is known as Carbonated Water, Bubbly water or Sparkling Water. There is a never-ending debate about whether soda water is good or bad for your health. We at Who Who Carpet Cleaning and Pest Management have compiled a list of life hacks using soda water.

If you have been using club soda as an alternative to sugary drinks or an addition to your fancy cocktails. You are missing out on using soda water to its maximum potential. Carpet cleaning, Upholstery stain removal to fluffy pancakes, soda water is one of the most versatile ingredients that should be on everyone’s must-have list.

1) Fluffiest Pancakes

Do you ever wonder how to make fluffy pancakes? Use soda water as an alternative to any liquid requirement or an addition instead of plain water and you will have the fluffiest, lightest pancakes EVER!


2) Remove Rust

Over time most of your nuts, screws and bolts or any iron/steel equipment would have oxidized due to the presence of moisture. The simplest way to remove is to pour soda water over the rusty tool and let it sit for a while and it will look as good as new.


3) Remove urine stains

Did your toddler or your fur baby have an accident? Fret not! Remove excess using a clean white cloth by blotting your carpets, rugs or upholstery and pour club soda over the spot and blot again (Do not rub, always blot). It helps in removing the stain and foul odour when treated quickly.


4) Fabric Stain Remover

Soda water acts an effective fabric stain remover. It is best to act fast and not let the stain sit for a long time. This tip can be used for your clothes, couch, rugs and carpets. Remove excess and pour a bit of soda water and dab with a soft, clean cloth.


5) Clean your Cast Iron

The stick charred mess on cast iron is difficult to clean. Pouring club soda on your cast iron pan or skillet while it is still warm will prevent the mess from sticking. Thus, making clean up way easier!

6) Jewellery Polish

Has your silver or gold jewellery turned black over time and lost its original sheen? Soda Water to the rescue! Add a couple of drops of mild detergent or shampoo to soda water and immerse your jewellery for a couple of hours, the collected dirt and grime should slip off ideally.


7) Restore your precious gems

Soak your diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds in club soda to give them a bright sheen. Simply place them in a glass full of club soda and let them soak overnight.


8) Upset tummy cure:

Cold club soda with a wedge of lemon will work wonders on an upset stomach caused byindigestion or a hangover. The carbon dioxide encourages burping, which can help relieve pressure or a painfully full sensation in the stomach. While the sodium bicarbonate helps neutralize excess stomach acid.

9) Dishware Polish

Soda water works wonders on glass and porcelain dishware shine. Soaking the dishware in a tub of soda water or spraying them and wiping them down will restore your expensive china.


10) Green Thumb Loving

Use club soda for plants once every week instead of water. Use it to water your indoor and outdoor plants. The minerals in the soda water help green plants grow better.


11) Make Oyster Shucking Easier

If you love oysters but find shucking them to be a near-impossible chore, try soaking them in club soda before you shuck. Soaking them in soda water will not make them jump out but it will surely make it easier.


12)Clean Kitchen Countertop and Fixtures 

Pour club soda directly on stainless steel ovens, countertops and sinks. Wipe with a soft cloth, rinse with warm water, and wipe dry. Give the inside of your refrigerator a good cleaning with a weak solution of club soda and a little bit of salt for a sparkling result.


Who Who Carpet Cleaning and Pest Management provide the best carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning, leather cleaning, tile and grout cleaning, urine treatment, flood water extraction and pest management services across Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. Call us on 1300 946 946 or visit our website  www.whowho.com.au 

9 Life Hacks to Keep your Car Clean and Organized

9 Hacks to Keep your Car Clean and Organized

Car Cleaning can be a tedious task and a clean car can get messy and unorganised in no time. Here are our top 19 hacks to keep your car clean and organised at all times.

1) Silicone Cupcake Moulds

Line your car’s cup holders with silicone cupcake mould to collect odd change or crumbs. You can easily remove them regularly, give it a rinse and place it back. They are not very expensive and put them in every cup holder in the car. 

2) DIY Garbage Bag Holder

It almost comes unsaid, but most of guilty are putting the trash in the side compartment of the door. Use an empty tissue to boxes to hold garbage bags. Once the bag is full, you can replace it.


3) Baby Wipes are your friend

Like Garbage bags, baby wipes are an essential item to keep in your dash at all times. Use wipes to clean spills and stains as they occur to minimise stains on your car seats.

4) Use Organisers

This hack is especially useful if you have kids or you tend to be on the road often. Use a shoe organizer or a hanging organiser to keep your car organized, obviously! You can use it to stack your kid’s toys, wet wipes, water bottles, your makeup kit and what not! Here is a list of custom car organisers. 

5) Use Olive Oil for your dashboard

Keep your dashboard looking shiny and new with a little olive oil. Rubbing it into your dash will keep it looking nice and it will help keep some moisture in the material. An additional bonus, it will prevent cracks over time.

6) Laundry Spray and Fabric Softener

Your mats accumulate a lot of dust and dirt. Over time, it almost looks unrecognisable. Make a solution of your favourite laundry detergent with water, spray it on the mats and throw them in the washer along with your fabric softener regularly.

7) Use a professional carpet cleaner

Call a professional carpet cleaner to remove upholstery stains. Car Upholstery collects an insane amount of dirt and grime. You sit on it after heading to the gym, your kids bring in germs from the playground, your dog loves his car rides! Car upholstery cleaning professionals will remove every ounce of dust, dirt and grime using the deep steam cleaning technique.

8) DIY Air Freshener

Mason Jar + Laundry Balls make the best deodorizer. Put 1/4 cup of the scent balls into a mason jar. For a lid, use something that has small holes in it. This way, the balls can’t come out of the jar, but their smell will keep your car smelling nice and fresh.

9) Remove Pet Hair

Your fur babies love car rides but are you forced to keep them home cause the cleaning process is tedious. If vacuuming does not work, you will love this, use a spray bottle to mist the seat where the pet hair is. Don’t soak the seat. A little water goes a long way. Using a squeegee, run it over the upholstery. It will pull all the pet hair with it. Or you could always buy this pet fur car seat protector.

Who Who Carpet Cleaning and Pest Management use the latest hot water extraction technique to clean your car seats and car upholstery from the inside, thus removing bacteria, dust mites, allergens and grime. Our cleaning process sanitizes and deodorizes your car seats as well.

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How to remove Ink stains from Leather?

Ink Stains on White Leather and pink leather purse. How to clean leather- Who Who Carpet CleaningIf you spilled some ink on your leather couch or your child decides to use the leather couch as their drawing board. Be it your luxurious leather couch or your favorite purse or handbag.  Ink is a dyeing agent, thus has the ability to re-color your couch and set in.  Ink stains on a leather couch are bad news. It’s nearly impossible to get ink out of leather.

You need to act quickly to remove the stains, the longer it stays the harder it becomes to remove! Ink stains on leather are fairly hard to remove and present some difficulties, but none that you shouldn’t be able to master with a little DIY or professional help.

The process for removing ink from leather is as follows:

1) Use a clean cloth, to remove the excess ink off. If it is fairly new, use a damp cloth to dab the stain and remove as much as you can.
Caution: Be careful not to spread the ink stains.

2) Take a clean white cloth or paper towel and dampen it with some rubbing alcohol.

3) Firstly, wipe an unnoticeable part of your leather couch with the rubbing alcohol moistened cloth to check for color transfer. If the dye from the leather transfers on to the cloth, do not proceed as you may end up causing more damage. It is best to call professional leather cleaners.

4) If the color does not transfer, dab the stains with the rubbing alcohol moistened cloth working from the outside in. Again, DAB, do not rub as this will spread the stain.

5) After dabbing a couple of times, you sho9uld notice that the ink from the couch is transferring onto to the cloth. Use fresh pieces of cloth, as you do not want the stains transferring back onto the couch.

6) You should see the transfer of the stain from the leather to the cloth. Regularly change the cloth you are using, otherwise, you may transfer the ink from the cloth back to the leather. Continue the process until there is no more stain transfer.

7) If the stain still persists, Call leather cleaning professionals in as soon as possible to remove the existing stains. Be sure to mention to them the products you have used to remove the stain.

8) Lastly, apply a leather conditioner or moisturiser generously as rubbing alcohol can be quite drying, which may lead to cracks.

Who Who Carpet Cleaning and Pest Management provide a wide range of services: Carpet Cleaning, Rug Cleaning, Mattress Cleaning, Upholstery Cleaning, Leather Cleaning, Flood Water Extraction, Tile & Grout Cleaning and Pest Management in areas all around Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Melbourne, and Sydney.

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