Pet Stain Removal Remedies You Should Try at Home
Vinegar and baking soda
It doesn’t get any easier than this, it is easy, cheap and works on the likes of blood and urine in particular. White vinegar is a miracle substance which can even remove old accident stains which you may have missed the first time around. Baking soda also acts as a natural odor remover, and when teamed with vinegar, is a quick pet stain removal remedy every pet owner should try.
First, you need to blot up as much of the stain as you can, this step is vital. Fold up a rag over the stain, and put a heavy book on top of it, when possible try standing on the book too, this will ensure you get it all out. Then mix two cups of white distilled vinegar and two cups of warm water in a bowl.
Add four heaped tablespoons of baking soda, then pour the whole mixture into a spray bottle and thoroughly soak the stain. Leave this to settle for at least five minutes, then gently blot it up using a soft and clean cloth. Should you not have a spray bottle handy, you can pour this neat on to the stain.
Hydrogen-peroxide and baking soda
Hydrogen peroxide is yet another excellent substance when you want to break down urine and removing stains. Combine this with baking soda, and voila, you have a great solution to clean up stains.
Cover the stain again with towels or rags and put something heavy on top of it to soak up all the excess liquid. Sprinkle some baking soda over the stain, mix together half a cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide and one teaspoon of dish detergent. Then slowly pour this over the stain and baking soda. Gently blot this into the carpet fibers and leave it for around fifteen minutes. Vacuum the area, for more stubborn stains simply repeat this procedure.