Jan 3, 2017 - How to Clean up Dog Urine

How to Clean Up Dog Urine From Carpet - YouTube
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But man oh man, has this been a miracle. Not only that, I had everything already at home. I did swing by the dollar tree and pick up 2 spray bottles. So, for $2.20, I was able to clean my sons carpet and he's right back in his room. It's incredible. Please, before you do anything more, use this. There is literally no smell. Well, besides boy funk, but whatever. You can't even tell there was ever dog urine ever in that room. It didn't come back later or anything. It's been about 3 months since my last use and there is still no smell. I'm actually using it now, since my girlfriends dog peed on my dining room carpet, waiting for the vinegar mix to dry. Anyways, good luck!

So, how can you remove the dog urine odor from your carpets? Try these proven methods for cleaning up stains and salvaging the carpet.
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Having pets can be a rewarding experience for people of all ages and walks of life, but caring and cleaning up after them can cause many concerns and questions to arise. As the most common house pets, dogs and cats can have the unfortunate habit of urinating on sofas, recliners and whatever upholstered furniture you may have. This is a more common occurrence when animals are younger and have not been fully trained to go outside or use the litter box. However, if your pet is suddenly urinating or eliminating in inappropriate areas, it may be a sign of illness or disease, and a visit to the vet would be needed. In the mean time, it's important pet urine and its smell is cleaned and eliminated to prevent future accidents from reoccurring. Conquering Dog Urine Cleanup - Vetary
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Photo provided by FlickrClean up dog urine by apllying carpet cleaner, alcohol or hot water
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I am stunned at how well this worked. I used a commercial upholstery cleaner on my mattress and was still haunted last night by the faint odor of dog urine. I found this webpage and tried it first thing in the morning. Follow the directions!! I was hesitant to pour the hydrogen peroxide mix on the baking soda and tried to run it in with a soaked cloth instead. I had to repeat the step correctly in order to get rid of the vinegar and very faint urine odor from the first steps. After following the directions and pouring the detergent/peroxide mixture, the unpleasant smell is GONE, I tell you; GONE. I've had dogs for 18 years and lament only learning about this now. I must say thank you for your article on removing dog urine from a mattress! I just used it for the 4th time tonight and it worked like a charm! Following the instructions is simple, and leaves ABSOLUTELY NO SMELL!

Before finding this article, I had tried many other chemicals and remedies to remove dog pee from our mattress, all with no luck. I even used a carpet cleaning upholstery attachment which did not help at all. I have bookmarked this page and come here whenever my dog decides to pull her "mad at us" stunt. If you just brought a new puppy home or have an older dog with a weak bladder, chances are you've cleaned up a urine accident or two. Even if you immediately clean up the stain, the pee still can leave an undesirable odor. Because of dogs' strong senses of smell, you need to completely eliminate the odor or your pet may continually urinate in that...If you just brought a new puppy home or have an older dog with a weak bladder, chances are you've cleaned up a urine accident or two. Even if you immediately clean up the stain, the pee still can leave an undesirable odor. Because of dogs' strong senses of smell, you need to completely eliminate the odor or your pet may continually urinate in that...These days, now that I’m not living under the warm embrace of my parent’s love and strong demand for dog urine removal, I have my own animals to deal with. And for the sake of honesty, I feel I should mention that no, my pets are not dogs (yet). They are cats, which happen to be (in my opinion) even more difficult to clean up after and have forced me to come up my own recipe and method for removing pet urine of all flavors. This method is the result of the trial and error stemming from experimenting with several different home remedies and combining the effectiveness of each into one easy, effective, natural and inexpensive method of cleaning dog urine from carpet. My grandma has even taken to using this method for cleaning up after her Yorkies. And if it’s Grandma-approved, you can damn sure bet it’s gonna work.I am stunned at how well this worked. I used a commercial upholstery cleaner on my mattress and was still haunted last night by the faint odor of dog urine. I found this webpage and tried it first thing in the morning. Follow the directions!! I was hesitant to pour the hydrogen peroxide mix on the baking soda and tried to run it in with a soaked cloth instead. I had to repeat the step correctly in order to get rid of the vinegar and very faint urine odor from the first steps. After following the directions and pouring the detergent/peroxide mixture, the unpleasant smell is GONE, I tell you; GONE. I've had dogs for 18 years and lament only learning about this now.