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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Remove that Dog Urine

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Dog urines which leave the carpet or facility smelly are a major problem for dog owners. One main component of urines is ammonia therefore never use any product which contains ammonia, since dogs have the tendency to repeat urinating at the carpet through its smell.

Here are some home remedies which will surely leave your house odor free from dog urines.

  1. An attempt to absorb the urine through rugs is still effective if the urine is still wet. Bacterial growth brought by carelessly leaving the urine wet is the main source for its smell.
  2. Use paper towels in drying the urine, repeat these procedure several times until dog urine is all dried up. Dog stains which are left unnoticed can be detected through black lights which are too expensive. An alternative way to look for dried dog urine is by sniffing the carpet or looking for visible stains.
  3. Scrub the carpet with a solution which is a mixture of white vinegar and water. Apply a tolerable amount of solution in the desired area which is not too strong for the house. The ammonia in the dog urine will be neutralized by the vinegar. Use a vacuum extractor that will further dry the carpet.
  4. A handful of baking soda should be sprinkled over the soiled area. Use a teaspoon plain dish washing detergent which is mixed with a half cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide instead of a caustic dishwasher detergent. Pour the mixture in the baking soda and start scrubbing the area or carpet.
  5. Finally, allow the area to dry and vacuum up the remaining baking soda. After doing these steps your home will surely smell fresh and urine free.

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