How to Get Rid of Sewage Smell


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Sewage and sewer gas make a house smell. Remove the smell with bleach and vinegar. If your problem is a sewage leak, have a plumber come out and fix the leak before cleaning the surface. For sewer gas problems, first try cleaning out the drains. Drains have water inside of them that block sewer smells from entering homes. The water can dry up if the drain isn’t used much. The odor sewage and sewer gas lets off can be harmful to breath, so remove the smell as soon as possible.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Bleach
Measuring cup
Vinegar
Mineral oil
Mop

Pour 2 cups of bleach down each drain, including toilets.
Flush out the d

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