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Get Rid Of Pet Stain & Odor Naturally

Pet stains on carpet can be tough to get out completely. Most of the time, you can definitely make them less noticeable. Depending on how deep the stain goes, you may be able to get most of the stains out while re-finishing and then put a medium brown floor stain on the carpet to help hide them.

We already know that vinegar is a great weapon for fighting carpet stains, but adding a little baking soda can take it to another level. I recommend pouring a bunch of vinegar onto pet stains and then thoroughly sprinkling the area with baking soda. Let it bubble for like 5 minutes then set a towel on top to soak up the stain particles for a good hour. It sounds too simple but it seriously has gotten out year old stains without issue.

Just know that the baking soda does leave a white spot at first so you may have to vacuum a few times once it dries to get it all out.

You’ll be amazed at how well it completely removes the smell. Nothing else is as effective (disclaimer, I haven’t used the enzyme cleaners available in the US & which get mentioned here a bit).

If you can’t remove the spot, call us at +1 480-332-4639 (Phoenix, AZ). We’ll fit you into our schedule.  You’ll get a trained technician armed with at least 10 specialty spot removers to remove your stains. The technician sent out to your home will be spot removal specialist—it’s what he does all day.

So give us a try. It’s a lot better than staring at a huge ugly stain the rest of the time you have your carpet. Keep your carpet beautiful.

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