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The most important thing when cleaning up a dog pee stain is to get as much of the urine out of the carpet as possible. Odor-fighting treatments and cleaning chemicals will not work if there’s urine in your carpet, padding and flooring.
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Also, try to remove your shoes at the door to avoid bringing into the home the smells that cue "OK to pee here" response. I found that my dogs had more accidents right after professional steam cleaning because the padding released additional urine smell, again the cue. We went with hardwood and area rugs and close the doors to bedrooms that still have carpet. Crate a night. Happy life. How to get rid of Dog Urine Odor. Clean & Remove Dog Urine in Carpet FREE Recipe
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If it's on a wood, tile, or linoleum floor use your normal cleaner, but be sure to go over the spot several times with a paper towel first. If you use your mop to clean up a pee puddle, it will most likely be just spreading the urine and scent around which also attracts them back to where they smell the urine, to pee again. If your pet keeps coming back to the area to use it as a bathroom you will want to try a product with live enzymes to remove the smell permanently. Be sure to spot check with the product first, as it needs to sit on the area and be allowed to air dry.Accidents happen, but removing urine odors from wood floors can seem like a big job. This is a guide about cleaning pet urine odors from hardwood floors.Because of its composition, removing pet urine stains and odors from laminate flooring may seem daunting. This is a guide about cleaning pet urine stains and odors from laminate flooring.Nothing's worse than the smell of pet urine in your carpet & upholstery. It penetrates the fibers and contaminates both the backing of the carpet and flooring material as well. If you have ever tried cleaning and removing it yourself, you know it's quite the challenge to completely clean-up & remove using standard commercial cleaning products. 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.You can easily avoid risking exposure to dangerous chemicals when removing dog urine from carpet simply by using a natural and organic dog urine remover. If there’s just a single dog urine stain on the floor and it would be easy to spot clean, I would first recommend using Simple Solution NATURAL Stain & Odor Eliminator. Not only does it work very well, it also happens to be 100% biodegradable. I have also had good luck with dog urine stain removal by using natural bacteria and enzyme cleaners such as Complete Pet Stain and Odor Remover by 8 in 1, Bac Out Stain & odor Eliminator by Bi-O-Kleen, Capture Pet Stain and Odor Neutralizer, and as my #2 choice; Nature’s Miracle.