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How to get rid of pet odors

30 Oct

How to get rid of pet odors

Your beloved pet is a member of your family but let’s be honest having pets definitely increases the amount of housework you have to tackle. Also, pet odors can ruin an enjoyable visit by your friends or relatives to your house. If you want to try aerosol fresheners, don’t even think about that. Aerosol fresheners don’t eliminate odors; they simply mask the unpleasant odor.

There are certain aspects of life with pets that can be a challenge.Even if your pet is your best friend, you can’t deny that sometimes you’re puking cleaning after it. If your pet lives in your room, definitely place a litter box in your room. Don’t forget to replace the litter every so often. And don’t forget to give your pet the occasional bath before going to bed or just when it’s more scratchy or oily.

When you’re going to clean up after your pet, find the source of the smell andgather a few cleaning solutions. It’s recommended to clean the spot with vinegar and water (2:1 ratio) before you use anything on it. Other cleaning solutions may destroy the enzyme, so it’s better to clean it with a solution of vinegar and water several times, and only then use other cleaner. Your cleaner should knock the source of that nasty smell out and leave a fresh scent.

Prior to use any cleaner test it on an inconspicuous spot to make sure it does not convert your spot into the stain. Also be careful using ammonia and some other strong-smelling chemicals.

There is a plenty of widely available products that can eliminate the smell of pets and their waste. It would be wise to start with the small bottle to see which cleaning solution offers you the most improvement. Stubborn pet stains and odors will likely need a chemical attack. But be careful with chemical cleaning solutions. They work extremely well, even on old stains and odors, but they are not always safe for your health and health of your pets.

What works for you? Please share your ideas in the comments below …

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