How to Remove Dog Urine Stains from Carpet - Pet Education
OMG thank you for posting this recipe for removing dog urine stains and odor. It really worked and saved me from ripping up my old carpet.
We love our pets but not the stains and odors that come from urine, poop and vomit on our clothes, carpets and upholstery. Whether you have cats or dogs or both, it's your job to clean it all up. Learn how to remove all the evidence.
This is a tip that was passed along to me by a vacuum cleaner/steam carpet cleaner repair person. If using a steam cleaner/extraction machine (both Hoover and Bissell make them), use only hot water for the first pass – no cleaning solution or any kind. Make sure the water is as hot as you can get it. The hot water breaks down the enzymes in the cat or dog urine. After using the hot water and extracting as much as possible, use the solution recommended by your steam cleaner/extractor manufacturer for cleaning pet stains for the second pass. This will not only take away any smell, but also any stains. Using this method stopped our cat from going back to the spot where he had peed on the carpet repeatedly prior.
Few carpet stains are more disgusting than dog urine
How do I Remove Dried Dog Urine Stains From the Carpet? - Pets
To use the homemade remedy with peroxide, etc. for cleaning dog urine stains, will it work to use a pressure washer on outdoor carpet on porch? Thanks for your help. You can easily avoid risking exposure to dangerous chemicals when removing dog urine from carpet simply by using a natural and organic dog urine remover. If there’s just a single dog urine stain on the floor and it would be easy to spot clean, I would first recommend using Simple Solution NATURAL Stain & Odor Eliminator. Not only does it work very well, it also happens to be 100% biodegradable. I have also had good luck with dog urine stain removal by using natural bacteria and enzyme cleaners such as Complete Pet Stain and Odor Remover by 8 in 1, Bac Out Stain & odor Eliminator by Bi-O-Kleen, Capture Pet Stain and Odor Neutralizer, and as my #2 choice; Nature’s Miracle.Tip #6: If it's on the carpet try using a product with enzyme in it. Dollar tree sells that stuff in the pet section. It's called Dog's best friend or something like that. It is a urine remover. It really works. My male cat likes to pee in my son's room and I have tried everything to get the smell out nothing worked until I tried this. It takes the smell and the stain out. And for $1 you can't go wrong...Seventh Generation Carpet Cleaner is a great choice for spot cleaning dog urine stains effectively and organically. This cleaner is also effective against other organic stains like grease, wine, coffee and beer. Seventh Generation Carpet Cleaner will not give off any offensive fumes or leave behind and harmful residues.