Utilizing Pet Stain Removal Supplies
Published on Friday, 24 August 2012
Products which remove pet odor can safely be used on carpets, different fabrics, rugs, clothing, upholstery, leather, bed linen and even wood surface and concrete. Most people are aware that these products which remove odor are liquids which can perfectly remove the sight and the smell of pet urine away from a variety of surfaces, such as the already mentioned and bring back their former look. Here is a detailed list of the surfaces you can clean and tips on doing so:
For Rugs: When your pet happened to make a rug dirty with their urine, you should spray the product removing odor on both sides of the stained rug. Spraying with the product should be done as soon as the stain is made, or at least as soon as you notice it. After spraying step heavily on the rug to make the liquid penetrate the rug thoroughly and reach the spot of urine. You should repeat this process after a couple of days.
For Clothing and fabrics: It's quite nasty when your pet ruins a piece of your clothing, and most people are immediately ready to just throw it away, without knowing they can actually clean it. You should soak the dirty clothes in a pail or tub and pour a cup of the product. Let it soak in this for a day and then wash it in a washing machine.
For Cloth furniture, bed linen and upholstery: Pets love running and sleeping on beds, sofas and chairs and this can result in plenty of stains, hairs and bad odor. If your pet has made your cloth furniture or upholstery dirty, you should soak the area generously in the same cleaning solution. Sometimes you will have to rub the product into the stain to make sure it reaches it deeply. You can spray both sides of linen and blankets, but for pillows or mattresses you can take an injector. Allow 24 hours for the product to work on the spot and then wash it well as you would usually do.
For Leather: Leather doesn't have many pores, so it'd be hard for the pet's urine to actually soak in the leather surface, but it will cause a nasty stain. Spraying some of the cleaning product over the dirty spot is perfectly enough to prevent any further damage.
For Wooden furniture: For wooden areas, all you have to do is sprinkle or spray the solution over the wooden surface, leave the spot for a while and after a few hours you can blot and polish with a clean cloth or a baby wipe.
For Concrete: Concrete is very porous and a pet's urine could easily penetrate right to its depths. To fix the problem, use soap to clean the area and dry it properly with a patting movement. After that, mix some of the product with water and mop the stained area by applying pressure with your hands. Allow about 24 hours for the solution to soak properly and repeat afterwards.
Often, while you clean a dirty area, the cleaning product could evaporate. To stop this, soak cloth in the product and in some water until they are really wet. Wind the towel into a ball shape and use it to overlay the spot you are treating. This will secure enough moisture onto the surface and will push the cleaning solution over the urine spot properly. Pet stain removal is a great product which you can buy from all big supermarkets and can treat literally any type of surface with. More news