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How to Remove Pet Odor

on November 28, 2012

We all love our  pets, but we aren’t nearly so fond of the smelliness of our furry friends. Early  detection is the best way to remove pet odor from your home–this will give you  enough time to remove the odor before it becomes a permanent fixture.


    • 1. Find the mess. Use your eyes and nose to find the stains that you are trying  to remove. You can use a black light to illuminate the stains you may not  otherwise find. Lightly outline the invisible stain with a piece of  chalk.
    • 2. Use a pet stain and odor removal product to get rid of the stain. Be sure  that it contains a biological odor eliminator so that it breaks down the stain.  Do a spot test first on carpet or upholstery in an inconspicuous place to insure  that there won’t be discoloration.
    • 3. Remove stains. If the stain is fresh, put paper towels down and press into  the stain, absorbing as much moisture as possible, until it feels almost dry to  the touch. Follow the directions on and use the stain removal product to get the  stain and odor out.
    • 4. Use a wet/dry vacuum if necessary. If there are a number of old stains or you  are having difficulty getting out with the stain and odor remover, use a wet/dry  vacuum with clean water to thoroughly clean and rinse both the carpet and the  pad underneath. Avoid steam cleaning as it will permanently set the  stain.
    • 5. Wash pet bedding and any textiles in the areas where your pet spends the most  time. Use detergent and some baking soda to remove any remaining pet  odor.
    • 6. Use carpet deodorizer when you vacuum and use a fabric refreshing spray on  upholstery and carpet once you have cleaned it thoroughly to keep it smelling  fresh.

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