How do I remove pet urine stains from my hardwood floor?

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When you’re cleaning up after your dog, you know how difficult it can be to remove urine stains and odors. The reason that this type of stain is so difficult to remove is because of the uric acid crystals found in dog urine. Any type of urine from mammals, whether it is human or pet urine, contains uric acid crystals, which can only be removed by using an enzyme based cleaning product. Traditional products involving soap and strong chemicals aren’t able to work because they do not break down the uric acid crystals. The only permanent method of removing urine odor and stains is by using products specifically designed to bind with and destroy the uric acid. This is exactly how our enzyme based cleaners work.
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To remove cat urine or dog urine stains, a mixture of 1 cup of warm water and two tablespoons clear white vinegar works well to eliminate odor. Simply mix in a bowl or plastic spray bottle, apply to the stain, and rub with a cloth rag or paper towel. The vinegar scent will linger briefly but will soon fade, taking the pet stain and urine scent along with it. The odor is nullified in the reaction of the acid in the urine with the acid in the vinegar. What about finding a urine stain on carpet that has dried. Is the method for removal the same?
Photo provided by FlickrSo, 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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When your pooch leaves a puddle on the carpet, he also leaves behind an obvious stain. The soiled area might be less noticeable on a darker rug, but you'll still be able to see it and even smell it if it's not thoroughly cleaned. Vinegar is useful for removing dried dog urine stains from carpets because it . While vinegar alone isn't effective when the stains are dried, teaming baking soda and water up with vinegar will get the job done.
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. So you have a concrete floor, perhaps in your basement or under your carpet in your home that seems to be permanently stained with pet urine, a.k.a dog or cat pee. You can smell or see pet urine stains that no matter how much you bleach or wash with vinegar don’t go away. It’s as if you have to settle with the fact that once dog or cat urine has seeped into concrete, it’s there forever. What’s worse is it seems to give off a permanent urine odor, constantly releasing stringing and offensive fumes. Let’s take a look at how we can remove pet urine from concrete the right way so that you have a clean smelling cement floor again.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. Dog or Cat Urine in Carpet?
If you have pet urine odor or stains in carpet and have tried the typical solutions (like vinegar, ammonia, rubbing alcohol, etc.), then you should definitely try the enzymatic approach here too — just like with pet odors and stains on concrete. And as with concrete, you need something that will get in and penetrate the fabric (in the case of pet stained carpet), and break down the odor-causing elements of the stain. that is perfectly safe for you and your pets. Getting this is a very small investment to pay for removing pet odors and urine stains from carpet! When removing pet stains from carpet, do not reach for ammonia or ammonia-based products. This is especially important to remember if you are trying to remove dog pee from your flooring. One of the ingredients in dog urine is ammonia and if you use a cleaner with the product your pooch may be encouraged to re-offend in the same area when it detects the smell of ammonia. Since many household carpet cleaners contain ammonia, it's important to read the labels carefully before using them to treat pet stains.