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Pet Urine Stains For DIY pet odor and stain removal...

by Jerry
(Mount Joy, PA, United States)

Pet Urine Stains For DIY pet odor and stain removal, it is easiest if you have a small extractor, but they can be addressed with very little effort without.

If the stain is fresh, blot up moisture with folded towel, to remove as much as possible. Next step is to add Vinegar and water mixed 50/50, add enough to saturate. (if you have some enzyme cleaner it too can be added).

Let sit for 30 minutes and blot up with a towel by standing/stamping with your foot. Most importantly is to dry the area as fast as possible. Use a oscillating fan.

Now, if the stain reappears later, use some 30 volume developer, available at beauty salons, (this is 30% Hydrogen Peroxide). Be sure to test on an inconspicuous area first to assure the fiber doesn't bleach. (30 is safe on 98% of all fabrics).

Simply place a spray top on the Developer bottle, most of your household spray tops will fit, just be sure to flush spray top out first with water. Be sure to wear gloves when using the developer, it will dry your skin immediately.

Spray the solution on the spot and watch it disappear immediately.

Good Luck!

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Jun 08, 2012
Even Easier way to clean Urine!
by: laurie

I have been cleaning professionaly for 37 years. I read the procedure on cleaning the pet urine from carpets and upholstrey. Forget the vineger and water step. Just take clean rags and place on top of the spot and step on them with your feet to draw out as much urine as you can then pour straight 1% hydrogen peroxide right onto the spot, let sit for about a minute and put clean rags on top again and use your feet or get down and use your hands!!! Done!! No stain! No smell!! An air conditioned home is fine for drying or ceiling fan! No worries! This works for #2 and just plain old dirt spots or koolade spills! I promise!! I have been doing this for years!

Sep 27, 2011
by: Anonymous

great tips. thanks!

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