Simple and Effective Ways to Remove Pet Stains From Carpet

As you probably know, there are myriad ways to deal with carpet stains, from a splash of club soda for wine to a cornstarch paste for grease stains. The problem with pet stains from urine, feces, and vomit is not only the discoloration on carpeting, but also the odor that’s tough to get rid of.

You wouldn’t trade your Fluffy or Fido for the world – these furry companions are more like members of the family than pets. And yet, you could definitely do without the frequent evacuations, which always seem to occur in carpeted areas.

The good news is that you needn’t resign yourself to living with stubborn stains and egregious odors. There are several simple and effective methods of removing pet stains and the offending odors that go with them. Here are a few tactics to try if you want to remove carpet stains left by pets.

Nature’s Miracle

To be honest, there’s no surefire way to completely remove pet stains and odors from carpet, but this product is specially formulated to deal with the enzymes in pet urine that tend to cause odors. If you get to stains fast enough, you can more or less eliminate them with Nature’s Miracle. Dried stains are another story.

Either way, this product is one of the best on the market for dealing with pet odors, which can act as a magnet for pets that spray, for example. Not only will your home remain smelling fresh, but even your pets won’t be able to pinpoint the areas they polluted.

DIY Remedies

There are many home remedies used to treat a variety of carpet stains, but if you need the 1, 2 whammy of stain fighting AND deodorization, the only real way to go is with a vinegar and baking soda solution. Mix up equal parts water and distilled white vinegar, say one cup of each. Then throw in 2 tablespoons of baking soda.

The best way to apply your mixture is with a spray bottle, so after you blot up as much of the stain as possible, spritz the area thoroughly and use a clean, dry cloth to blot again. For tough stains, you can leave the solution to dry and even sprinkle on extra baking soda. Then vacuum up any remaining residue.

Call in the Pros

Despite your best efforts, you may have lingering stains and/or odor when pets decide to eliminate on the carpet. This is especially true if stains penetrate deep into the carpet or you’re unable to treat them immediately. This is where professional help is recommended, and the pros at All Brite Chem-Dry can come to the rescue.

Professional cleaning services have the trained staff and commercial products and equipment needed to deep clean all of your carpeting, as well as pay special attention to persistent, set-in stains. If you’re looking for an eco-friendly way to clean carpeting, Chem-Dry is the way to go, and you’ll also reduce allergens and improve interior air quality in the process. If stubborn pet stains on carpeting seem impossible to get rid of, it’s time to call in the pros.