Thank you, thank you thank you! Worked really really well, so pleased, can’t thankyou enough. 250g of bicarbonate of soda between the 2 stains. Going to tweet a link to your website. I am SOOO glad I found this! BRAND NEW twin sized mattress!

ZERO stains and ZERO smells! Thank you thank you THANK YOU! Thank you so much for this tip. He is a sensitive smeller and you made him very very happy! Thank you so much for your hint. It worked so well, I didn’t have a smell or stain.

NO URINE SMELL, NO STAINING! THANKS I will recommend to ALL my pet owner friends and family! 1000 pillow top looking brand new. THE SMELL WAS COMPLETELY, COMPLETELY GONE! I was in the 25 years we have known each other. Worked very well on dried dog urine in a brand new mattress!

The mattress was clean and fresh the next day! Everytime I use one of these, the smell actually gets worse. If not cleaned properly and promptly, pet urine stains can settle into the carpet fiber, padding and sometimes even the floor, causing a very stinky and difficult problem. Most pets will continue to urinate in the same area if the smell is not removed completely. If your pet has urinated on your carpet, or you suspect he has, following these steps can help you contain the problem before it gets out of hand. Always test a small, inconspicuous area of the carpet with the intended cleaning solution first to make sure no staining, color fading or other damage will occur. Synthetic Carpets: Spray area with 409 or other specially designed cleaner and let stand for 5 minutes.

Wool Rugs: Moisten area with cleaning solution. Spray with fresh water to rinse. Blot with clean towel to dry until residue is removed. Let sit for several hours or overnight. Remove weights and towels and let area dry. When area is completely dry, vacuum to remove any remaining residue and restore carpet texture. NOTE: The cleaning solution recommended for Oriental Rugs can safely be used on synthetic carpets in lieu of the 409 or other commercial cleaner.

When large pets leave large messes, a carpet cleaner will be a valuable cleaning tool. Do not leave towels used to clean up urine lying around as your pet will take the scent as an open invitation to urinate in the area of the soiled towels. Wash or dispose of them promptly. If the flooring under the carpet has been affected replacement of that section maybe necessary. This can be an overwhelming project and we recommend that you contact a professional. Avoid walking on any damp areas of carpet. There are many enzyme urine odor neutralizers available at pet stores.

These are products that are placed on the stains and as they dry, the enzymes break down the acids and remove the urine smell from your carpets. Using a solution with water and vinegar will also remove the odor, but you may wish to consider using one of these products if you are having a difficult time removing the smell from the area. For additional help finding a reputable carpet cleaner in your area, search the Yellow Pages. What is missing from or wrong with this cleaning guide? This iframe contains the logic required to handle AJAX powered Gravity Forms. That will soak up a good amount of urine, but also force some of it deeper into the padding below. Get a bunch of good paper towels, gently press them onto the urine, then leave them there to lift out the urine for a few minutes. An enzyme is a chemical. There are many different enzymes, each associated with one particular substance, which it helps to break down. For example, lipase is an enzyme which breaks down fat. Steve, enzymes are not chemicals. Do it yourself at home. Make sure to hang the carpet to dry. You will do a better job with a pet urine problem than a stupid professional. Make sure the water is as hot as you can get it.