How to Remove Pet Stains From Carpet
Pet stains are never fun to have at home no matter what type of pet you have. Pet stains can be transferred to any surface on a carpet and this makes them much harder to remove than they would be if the stain had stayed on the carpet. Pet stains and Odours are very difficult to get rid of as they are deeply embedded into the carpet fibers. Pet stains removal is actually not only possible but it's highly recommended since carpets store bacteria and pet Odour that can make the whole house smell bad and even spread to other parts, which is not good for the home. Read on to learn more about pet odor and stain remover and what tools you will need to remove them.
You will need a clean white cloth and a solution that you can purchase at the local grocery or hardware store. The first thing you need to do is to blot the area with the cloth. Make sure that you boot an even coat over the stain. If some of the color remains then use a blotting paper and gently blot over the spot until all of the color has been removed. Never ever try to use more than one white cloth because this is the best way to completely remove a pet stain.
Once the blot dried, use a moistened piece of paper towel to blot the area again until the stain was removed. Be careful to only dab the stained item at a time. Dabbing spreads the stain to other areas and makes it more noticeable. Always be careful when dabbing a stained item because too much dabbing can cause permanent damage to the carpet. Be careful because you don't want to drop the wet paper towel onto your floor.
When the spot is totally removed, you need to remove it from the carpet by using a commercial product. There are many carpet cleaners on the market that work very well to remove these stains. You should always test the product to make sure that it will remove the stain before actually using it to clean your carpet. Be sure that you follow all the directions on the label to ensure proper cleaning techniques and product used.
Carpet stains can also be removed from upholstery fabrics and upholstery pads. To remove these stains, you should spray the area with a cleaner that contains the Odour remover. When the Odour disappears, the area is now ready for cleaning. To maintain a fresh smell, you can place an absorbent cloth in the area to absorb the excess Odour.
If the Odour does not seem to go away, you may want to use the correct tools to remove the stain. There are wet and dry cloths on the market to help remove the stain once it has disappeared. Both have their benefits and disadvantages. For example, a dry cloth can be used when it is wet and it picks up the pet Odour, but a dry cloth may not be able to remove the stain if it is still wet when you try to vacuum it. A wet cloth can be easier to use when it is wet, but there is no way to know whether or not the pet Odour will linger.