3 Ways to Remove Pet Urine from Carpet - wikiHow

I am stressed out about about my carpet, dog urine is becoming a NIGHTMARE. I take my 1 1/2 yr old dog out at least 5 times a day, she doesn't have accidents during day, overnight is the problem, I know how to fix her from urinating, she now sleeps in her crate but my problem I just can't seem to figure out is how to remove old stains & odor from carpet??? I have tried shout urine destroyer solution, baking soda, vintages/water mixture, bissell pet urine/odor cleaning solution, I always made sure to blot the urine spot w/ paper towels to remove most of the wetness, added the solution after soaking up but NOTHING I've tried works, I bought a Hoover carpet cleaner in hopes it would do the job but just seems like the urine smell had gotten stronger. I feel hopeless, i live in apartment & it's stressing me out even more because I don't want to lose my security deposit, so I'm DESPERATE for any advice.

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Kannapolis, NCI did a whole bedroom and just added the ingredients to my carpet shampooer. It worked! I have tried everything. I thought I was going to have to pull up the carpet. Thank you!!!DebbieAmazing! I drug home a castoff area rug. Looked decent for garage work area.. Unrolled the thing to find disgusting stains and overpowering dog urine stench! Ugh, what was I thinking? Nothing to lose, right? I Hosed it down backside up and poured citrus dish soap/bleach mixture (a big squirt and 1/3 c bleach in 2 gallons of water) and stomped & hosed til nasty amber water ran mostly clear. Turned carpet and used carpet cleaner to pull out moisture. Draped over ladders to dry. Almost.. Then 2/1 water/white vinegar with a splash of citrus all purpose liquid cleaner using 2 gallon sprinkling can to moisten til it began to run off. Closer.. Again with water and vinegar 4/1 adding 1/3 c baking soda (it will froth) and with sprinkling can lightly wetting carpet focusing on areas with remaining odor. Holy Cow! I can put my nose right on the rug.. Smells fresh! May use it in sunroom rather than garage! This took several days to allow for drying.. But 10 bucks later I have a decent 10x12 bound short shag-ish rug! I may go at it again with traditional carpet cleaner for good measure to ensure it will pass my critters' inspection.. But the darned thing looks and smells OK. No more odor! No more stains! Emily from IndianaThank you so very much. This is such a blessing. I have a 2year old rescue that has some brain damage. She was very sick when she was young and this has caused her to not “get it”. I have hardwood through my whole house but I have area rugs in every room. At Christmas I discovered that she had been using the dining and living room carpets as potty pads. I sent the rugs out with a professional carpet cleaner. They came back smelling awful. He apologized, took my money and left. I threw both rugs out. I purchased new rugs and my little peanut has been using them again. I cannot tell you how upset this made me, these rugs are expensive. I tried cleaning them with some store bought solutions…nothing. I knew sending them out was not an option. I googled, found you and my problem is solved! This is life changing. My sweet baby will probably never “get it” but I have a solution to ensure clean rugs. Thank you.

How to Remove the Odor of Dog Urine from Carpets | Dengarden

Avoid using steam cleaners to clean urine odors from carpet or upholstery We all love our dogs, but sometimes accidents can happen and cleanup can be a difficult challenge. This is especially true if you’re dealing with problems like getting dog urine out of carpet or upholstery pieces. When trying to find the right dog urine remover, there are many factors to consider. If you’re looking to clean up stains and figure out how to remove dog urine smell from carpet or other furniture items, check out the recommended products below.

How to Clean Dog Pee Stains Out of Carpet - Pets

No matter how much you love your dogs, no one loves carpet that smells of dog urine. Removing dog urine stains takes quick action and detective work, depending on the age and aggressiveness of the stain. Deodorizing pet stains is essential to the prevention of new stains; as long as your dog(s) can smell urine in your carpet, he or she will continue to use your carpet as a bathroom. Removing any traces of dog urine from your carpet is the secret for a home that smells better now, and will continue to smell better later.

Few carpet stains are more disgusting than dog urine