Dog Urine Cleaner - Remove Stains And Odor
Dog Urine Cleaner
The best way to prevent permanent damage to your carpet and rugs is to clean up accidents as soon as possible. Do not give odor and stain a chance to set.
To prepare yourself in the event of an "accident" by your beloved pet, always keep a good dog urine odor cleaner and stain remover on hand for dog urine odor and stain. If you do not have a wet vac, they can be rented or consider buying one. A wet vac is a handy appliance to have in the home.
Warning: Always check for color fastness before applying any treatment.
Dog Urine Cleaner for New Stains (that are still wet)
- Blot wet spots as soon as possible using a clean, white absorbent towel or paper towel; extract as much moisture as you can.
- Use another clean towel and place it over the stain, step on it a few times, removing additional moisture.
- Place clean towels between the carpet and underpad, if possible.
- Rinse soiled area with clean water or club soda to dilute the urine. Extract excess water with a wet vac
- Blot area again with clean towels (do not rub).
- Use a urine cleaner and follow the instructions on the container for eliminating the remaining dog urine odor and stain.
Walls, Floors And Wood Furniture
If your dog urinates on your hardwood floors, walls or furniture legs, act immediately to protect the varnish or paint. When left, discoloration may occur on these surfaces due to the acid contained in urine. Enzyme cleaners are recommended for washable enamel paints and some washable wallpapers.
Eliminating pet odor from washable items is generally accomplished by placing them in your washer; add a one-pound box of baking soda along with your usual detergent. After washing, air-dry when possible. If stains and urine odor linger, machine-wash again, using an enzyme based detergent.
It is best to use a the natural effective dog urine cleaner thatwe have recommended for the safety of pets and children.
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I wonder what goes through his mind when he sees us peeing in his water bowl.
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