Now, in all fairness, I didn’t actually think cleaning dog pee with vinegar would work, but this carpet solution is a real winner! The only downfall is that it took three days to complete, from start to finish. So, if you’re looking for a more affordable greener way to clean up dog pee from your carpet, give this method a try and let me know how it goes.
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Selecting a professional carpet cleaner is pretty straightforward, and there are a few rules of thumb to follow. First, you want a company that performs an in-home inspection before recommending cleaning treatments and submitting a price quote. Avoid companies with by-the-room estimates and rock-bottom rates. During the inspection, talk to the technician about the dog pee problem and point out the affected areas. While standard carpet cleaning typically includes ordinary stain removal, urine stains often call for extra treatment and charges. The cleaner should have a specific, detailed plan for dealing with pet urine. Be aware that extensive pee problems may require pulling up the carpet and treating the subflooring, walls and any other affected elements, in addition to the carpet and pad.
How to Remove the Odor of Dog Urine from Carpets | Dengarden
Your primary goal is to remove as much urine from the carpet A.S.A.P. The best tool for this is a handheld carpet cleaner designed for extracting liquids (they cost only about $50, so this is an excellent "accessory" to purchase along with a new puppy or rescue dog). If you don't have a carpet cleaner, you might be tempted to use a wet/dry shop vac; this may extract the liquid pretty well, but then that pee will be dispersed and filtered throughout the vacuum—not a fun thing to clean. Don't use a regular vacuum, lest your house smell like urine every time you fire up the machine in the future.
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