HOW TO REMOVE PET STAINS FROM CARPET
Removing urine stains is an unfortunate chore for all pet owners. Whether it's part of a dog's housetraining, an accident, bad habit or as part of a pet's way of telling you that something is wrong, urine clean-up is an inevitable part of a pet lover's responsibilities.
Accidents involving pet urine require quick and effective clean-up in order to help prevent the problem from happening again. The ammonia-like stench is anything but pleasant for the owner, and can encourage pets to re-mark the area.
Urine is usually around 95% water, with the other 5% a varying chemical cocktail based on the animal's consumption. Proteins, uric acid, salts, minerals, ammonia and more can all be found in pet urine.
Getting your urine-soaked carpeting, mattress or couch back in shape requires more cleaning power than typical household cleaners are equipped to offer. They can leave behind stains or only temporarily mask odors, making urine stains considerably harder to remove after they have dried.
Remember to always do a spot test on an inconspicuous area before use, and follow label precautions.
Shake container gently.
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