How to Remove Old Dog Urine Stains

Posted on Oct 12 2011 at 04:17:27 PM in How-To

People all around the world have pets. Why so many people want to have an animal in their homes? Because it entertain them, it's a good listener and most of all a pet will always be fond. Unfortunately, to have a dog in your home is not only funny. It may cause you a huge nerve waste from time to time, especially if your pet piss on your precious carpet. The situation can be even worse if you don't notice the urine stain right after it occurs. Of course, this doesn't mean that you have to fall into despair and stop loving your dog. You just have to calm down, accept the facts and try your best to remove the mark. It may take some time, but it's not impossible to remove an old dog urine stain.

In order to facilitate you carpet cleaning sw6 experts provide the following tips on how to deal with such problem:

Work on the affected area with a plain water and commercial carpet shampoo. Apply the shampoo in the old urine stain and star to rub in. Then rinse with the clean water in order to remove as much as you can from the stain and the carpet cleaner.

Apply a pet odor neutralizer on the spot. Let it sit on the previously stained area for a few minutes. Then extract the neutralizer from the carpet fibers, working with your carpet shampooer.

After that inspect your carpet surface for any urine marks. In case that you don't notice anything just let the carpeting to dry completely.

If after the treatment there are any traces of the dog urine, let the carpet to dry fully. Then pour a carpet stain remover to the remnants of the stain. Allow the remover to stand on for about 20 minutes.

Next, take a clean cloth and rub the carpet stain remover into the carpet fibers. Then absorb as much of the urine and the liquid cleaner as you can. Repeat that several times until the old dog stain is completely vanished.

As a final effort just swill your carpet with plain water in a carpet shampooer and let the carpet to naturally air-dry.

Carpet cleaning experts wish you good cleaning results!

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Author: lisaheader
Created: Oct 12 2011 at 04:17:27 PM
Updated: Oct 12 2011 at 04:17:27 PM
Category: How-To
Language: English