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How to Get Dog Urine Out of Your Carpet

Regardless of how well-trained your dog is and how religiously you adhere to your potty regimen, accidents do happen. The easiest method to ensure that dog urine won’t leave a permanent stain, whether it’s on the carpet, hardwood floor, or anywhere else, is to take action right away (and smell). However, there are steps you may take to get rid of the scent even if you come across a dried pee pool or stain. Some stains could even be challenging to locate. Afterwards, to assist you to determine which areas require cleaning, you might wish to utilise a urine stain detector.

New urine stains

Your dog urinated on the carpet just now. What’s next? Fortunately, you usually already have the necessary cleaning supplies on hand. On the wet area, and if feasible, under it as well, spread a thick layer of paper towels. Put a heavy layer of newspaper over that. To help the paper absorb the urine more quickly, you can stand on it for a while. Alternatively, you can just leave the paper alone until the majority of the urine has been absorbed. After that, take out all the paper and give the area a cool water rinse. Use towels or a wet vac to dry off all the water.

The next step is to get rid of the smell once you’ve blotted up most of the liquid. And your best tool for this is baking soda, a simple home item. Avoid overdosing; a thin layer of baking soda, no more than 1/4 cup, should do the trick for the majority of stains. Bake the soda for the entire night, then give it a thorough vacuum. To remove all the powder, you might need to vacuum the area multiple times before it feels clean to the touch.

Another approach incorporates vinegar, another common home item. Mix one cup of distilled white vinegar, one cup of water, and two tablespoons of baking soda in a clean spray bottle.

Spray the stain on after shaking the container to combine the contents. After letting it sit for a short while, wipe it clean with towels.

Dried pet urine 

What if you missed an accident area until it had dried out? Or perhaps you recently moved into a new home and now the carpet in the living room smells like dog pee? While it is more difficult to get the scent out of dried stains, there are a number of successful techniques to try.

Start by thoroughly washing the area with simple water. Employ a wet/dry vacuum cleaner to thoroughly clean the area by repeatedly soaking it and cleaning it. Avoid using a steam cleaner because the heat can permanently establish the odour and stain. You might try repeatedly wetting and blotting the stain with warm water and fresh towels if you don’t have a wet-dry vacuum.

Use an enzymatic dog urine carpet cleaner if this doesn’t eliminate the scent. These bio-based cleaners break down and eliminate odours and stains at the molecular level.

Cleaning urine on hardwood floors

Because urine can soak into the wood, odours from hardwood floors are challenging to eliminate. You can try a couple different approaches, though. The first is comparable to carpet cleaner. White vinegar and water should be combined in a 1:1 ratio. Rub the solution onto the stain using a sponge. Let it five to ten minutes to sit before wiping it away with a fresh, dry towel. A more diluted solution of 1/2 cup vinegar to 1 gallon of warm water is recommended by some experts. Use this more diluted vinegar if you’re worried about how it will affect your floors. In either case, try out the remedy on a tiny, discrete area of the floor first.

No matter what your dog urinated on, moving quickly is your best option. The sooner you take action, the more probable it is that you will be able to completely eradicate the pee odour. You don’t want to leave any remaining signs of his accident for your dog to discover because he might then conclude that this is his new favourite place to urinate, in addition to wanting your home to smell fresh and clean.

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