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If you are a pet owner you just can’t skip the process of cleaning urine stains and smells. So, if you’re responsible for dealing with dog urine accidents, get down on your carpet and find that offensive urine spots.
No one likes a smelly carpet. But if your dog pees on the carpet it definitely leaves an unpleasant odor. Do you want to get rid of it quickly and inexpensively? Follow the next steps.
If you find the area that is still wet you should first attempt to absorb the dog urine. Place several layers of paper towels over the wet area and tread on it. Try to soak as much of the dog urine as possible.
The vinegar will neutralize the ammonia in the dog urine. Mix a solution of white vinegar and water in a proportion 1:1. Use a scrubbing brush to work the mixture into the carpet. It will ensure the mixture penetrates the carpet fibers below. Then place paper towel above to absorb the vinegar mixture. Wait until the stained area has dried. Then sprinkle baking soda over the soiled area.
Take a teaspoon of plain liquid dishwashing detergent and mix it with a half cup of hydrogen peroxide. This home remedy for cleaning dog urine from carpets or rugs is very easy and inexpensive. In addition, it method works even if the urine has dried and is old. Try this solution on an inconspicuous area before use. Pour the mixture over the baking soda. Work the mixture into the carpet using a scrubbing brush. Then leave the area to dry. Once the area is dried, use a vacuum cleaner to pick up the baking soda. You may need to repeat the cleaning process if the areas have been heavily soiled with dog urine.
Your carpet smells fresh and is free from urine odor!