How to Remove Pet Stains and Odors

How to Remove Pet Stains and Odors

 

 

Your pet is your baby, but they're also stinky every once in awhile. Luckily, we have a solution to keep your home looking and smelling great so you and your pet can live your best life.

When it comes to pet stains and odors, there's a variety of issues we often come across, such as mud, urine, blood, feces, and vomit. We have a solution that tackles all of these problems.

Here's what you need to know. Pet stains tend to be organic, so you need a stain remover that penetrates and lifts organic stains. This is a must-have product in any home with a pet:

Pet Stain and Odor Remover

Pet Stain & Odor Remover 

It's important to fully remove the odor from the stain, especially if your dog or cat is prone to indoor accidents. Dogs tend to re-soil the same location repeatedly, unless the odor is removed.

That's why you need a pet stain and odor remover that specifically gets to the root of the odor. Pet stains are not the same as all stains, especially when you consider how strong your dog's nose is and the propensity for dogs to go in the same spot.

Here's how to use this product:

    1. Blot the stain with a clean, white paper towel
    2. Test the product for color fastness in an inconspicuous spot then treat and allow to sit for 15 minutes
    3. Blot with a clean paper towel
    4. Repeat as necessary 

It's safe to use on sealed hardwoods, carpet, tile, and upholstery.

For odors, let it penetrate into the the surface, especially for carpet. Blot the surface and let it air dry from there. 

No matter what the surface is, be sure to always blot with a clean, uncolored paper towel. 

Tackle All Stains in Your House

Our stain and odor remover is great for any organic stain, including food and beverage spills. It quickly removes wine and coffee stains which are notoriously tough to get rid of. We get superb reviews on this product for good reason.

 Let us know in the comments below what's worked for you, or what stains you're currently tackling. We'd love to help.

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