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Removing pet urine stains

Monday, January 17, 2011
posted by Jim Murphy

dog-urinatedI’m sure at some point, one of your pets urinated on the carpet. The stain and smell seems to stick around forever no matter what you do. If the problem continues, the urine will seep through and rot the rug and damage the floor. Don’t try to remove the urine by rubbing it with a cloth. You’ll make it worse. Use warm water and baking soda and blot up the spot containing the urine. It is difficult to remove the odor. Use pet stain and odor remover and repeat the process frequently until both the stain and odor is removed.It’s best to catch your pet in the act. The key is to blot the urine up right away. Use a shammy cloth because these cloths hold as much as 25 time their weight in liquid.

It come cases, it’s a good idea to shampoo your rug and make sure that your pet does not have any more “accidents”.



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