because you have too many dead babies in your air conditioner tank
Acetic acid is colorless, but has a very strong smell, like vinegar.
Generally speaking, no. The smell of vinegar may be strong enough to disguise the smoke smell, but the smoke, and all its ill effects, will remain.
no because its smell is way to strong to herlp a hedache
vinegar has a strong smell to it and might have some thing in it water is just plain with nothing in it
Vinegar has a very strong smell. It affects the human sense of smell.
put a tsp of vinegar and the smell should go (you wont smell the vinegar smell)
The smell of a substance is a chemical property.
They smell sour, like vinegar or ascorbic acid (vitamin C) in citrus. Don't go around arbitrarily smelling acids, you may die.
I had a frozen turkey for about 10 months and defrosted it in the frig. It is still in the package and I wrapped it in a towel and the towel has a very strong vinegar smell. Is it safe to cook?
The best way to get any smell out of clothing is vinegar. It may sound stupid, but it does work, and there is no smell of vinegar afterward. Pour some vinegar into where the fabric softener would go.
Put conditioner in it then wash it out with cold water instead of warm or hot water! it works very good STOP!! using conditioner!!!! My hair is the same why,use apple cider vinegar wash it out good and you will not smell like vinegar trust me!!! And if you don't want to do that go and buy some mane and tail horse shampoo and conditioner and don't put the conditioner on the top of your head this shampoo is awesome i use it myself
Something may be wrong with your sense of smell. If it's not that then there might be another foos that was made with vinegar, so you smell vinegar because of that food.
strong ammonia smell
A smell coming from a reverse cycle air conditioner may be a signal that the filter needs to be cleaned. A smell like engine exhaust might be present if the air conditioner motor is in need of repair.
Nothing. The sawdust will smell like vinegar.
the reason why flies attracted to vinegar is its wet and the smell
Vinegar seems to be a put off to roaches as they don't like the smell of vinegar. They will leave the area where the vinegar is.
Pour white vinegar on the affected area and soak it well. Use paper towels to remove excess vinegar. It will smell strongly like vinegar for a few days, but once the vinegar odour is gone, so should the urine smell. Vinegar neutralizes a variety of unpleasant odours. Do not use red vinegar as this will stain your carpet.
Try vinegar or chilli sauce. Anything with a strong smell really, because cat's noses are sensitive.
Cats hate the smell of vinegar and ammonia.
They could have eaten fries with vinegar on them.
Don't smell it