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    DIY Pet Odor Eliminator | Budget Savvy Diva Have pet smells you can’t seem to get rid of? Here’s a cheap and easy fix! Put two parts water and one part mouth wash into a spray bottle Spray desired area Place newspaper over the sprayed area If the newspaper doesn’t absorb the smell, repeat the process

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