BAD DOG® Pet Stain & Odor Remover 32FL OZ - BD1UK

BAD DOG® Pet Stain & Odor Remover 32FL OZ - BD1UK $14.00
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32FL OZ (1 QT. / .946 L) 

Directions - Completely and Permanently Remove Pet Odor
1. Spray Bad Dog® directly on odor or stain.  Let set 2-5 minutes.  Apply a clean white terry-cloth towel. 
2. Begin wiping from the edge of the effected area toward center.
3. To remove extreme intense odor let Bad Dog® sit for 5 minutes to several hours.
4. Wipe up product with a clean white terry-cloth towel or a clean kitchen sponge.
5. Buff area dry using a second clean white terry-cloth towel. Consider following up with Swedry® kit.
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Successfully Clean And Remove Pet Odors And Stains

Has your pet left "odor" and/or urine on your carpet or furniture? In order to train your pet to stay away from those areas,

  • Find all soiled areas using your nose and eyes. A black-light bulb should reveal old urine stains.

  • Turn out all lights in the room; use the black-light to pinpoint soiled areas and lightly outline the areas with chalk.

  • Clean the soiled carpet areas correctly to remove the odors.

  • Make areas that your pet urinates in unpleasant and/or unavailable.

  • Make appropriate "bathroom" area attractive (reinforcement, the use of litter box or the use of a doggie door). Teach your dog or cat the proper place to go potty by using positive reinforcement.

  • In order for pet potty-training to be successful, you need to follow all of these steps.

  • If you fail to completely clean effected areas, your potty training efforts will be useless. As long as your pet can smell that personal scent, your pet will continue to return his "potty zone." Even if you can’t smell traces of urine, your pet can. Your most important chore is to remove (neutralize) that odor.

How To Remove Spots and Stains From Carpet

Avoid Wet Methods

  • You should avoid using steam cleaners to clean urine odors from carpet or upholstery. The heat will permanently set the odor and the stain by bonding the protein into any man-made fibers. You should also avoid using cleaning chemicals, especially those with strong odors, such as ammonia or vinegar. From your pet’s perspective, these don’t effectively eliminate or cover the urine odor and may actually encourage your pet’s inclination to reinforce the urine scent mark in that area.

To Clean Items Using A Washing Machine

  • Wash as usual, adding a one pound box of baking soda to your regular laundry detergent, and after the washing cycle re-wash a second time without using any detergent (this is to assure the removal of detergent residue). If possible air dry items.
  • If you can still see the stain or smell the urine, machine wash the item again and add an enzymatic cleaner. You should always follow directions when using any product.
  • During the potty-training period, a good way to discourage your pet from using the bedding is to cover the bed with a vinyl or a cloth-backed tablecloth. They’re machine washable, inexpensive and unattractive to your pet.

To Clean Carpeted Areas And Upholstery

  • Soak up as much of the urine as possible with a combination of paper towels and a common kitchen sponge (be sure to throw away your kitchen sponge after use). The more fresh urine you can remove before it dries, especially from carpet, the easier it will be to remove the odor. Place a thick layer of paper towels on the wet spot. Stand on the stack of paper towels for about one minute. Remove the paper towels and repeat the process until the area is barely damp.
  • If possible, take the fresh, urine-soaked paper towel to the area where it belongs -- your cat’s litter box or your dog’s designated outdoor "bathroom area". Let your pet see you do it. This will help to remind your pet that going potty isn’t a "bad" behavior as long as it’s done in the right place.
  • Rinse the "mishap area" thoroughly with clean, cool water. After rinsing, remove as much of the water as possible by blotting or by using a wet-dry-vac, shop-vac or with a do-it-yourself home "extractor". Be sure NOT to put any detergent, soap or cleaning solvents in a home extractor. 
  • If you’ve previously used cleaners or chemicals of any kind on the effected potty area, then odor removers or cleaners won’t be effective until you’ve removed any residue of the old cleaner from the carpet. Even if you haven’t used chemicals recently, any trace of a non-protein-based substance will weaken the effect of the enzymatic cleaner. The cleaner will use up its "energy" on the old cleaners instead of on the protein stains you want removed.
  • To remove all traces of old chemicals and clean old or heavy stains in carpeting, do not use store rental steam cleaning machines. These low powered units can create a whole new set of problems such as; odor magnification, reappearing stains, carpet stretching and/or shrinking in addition to the possibility of dilution or removal of valuable carpet stain resistant materials. Dry Carpet Extraction will do the best job with regard to deep cleaning and absorbing soil, urine and even old detergent residue left behind by carpet cleaning products.
  • Once the area is really clean, you should use a high-quality pet odor neutralizer available at pet supply stores or here at Test the affected surface for staining first, and read and follow the instructions. If the area still looks stained after it’s completely dry after cleaning, try any dry carpet stain remover. Procedures, suggestions and directions
  • If urine has soaked down into the padding underneath your carpet, your job will be more difficult. You may need to remove and replace that portion of the carpet and padding. You should consider contact a professional carpet repair service.

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