Pet Stain Removal

Posted by Lynn Huck on Thursday, September 19, 2013

For a quick remedy, you might try the following steps.  However, we do not recommend using the store-bought carpet cleaners if you think you may have to call a professional carpet cleaner.  Store-bought carpet cleaners can have an adverse effect when professional cleaning agents are used on top of them.  For pet stain removal, we recommend calling the professionals.

 Remove the solids, being careful not to push stain into pile.

Sponge the area with a solution of 1 teaspoon mild non-alkali detergent and 1 pint lukewarm water.

Blot the stain with an absorbent pad.

Continue the sponging and blotting until no more stain is removed.

If any stain persists, sponge the area with a solution of 1 tablespoon ammonia to 1 cup warm water. (Do not use ammonia on wool carpet.)

Blot excess liquid, and continue treatment until no more stain is removed.

Place an absorbent pad over the damp area and weight it down.

When no more liquid is absorbed, remove the pad and allow area to thoroughly air dry


Tags: carpet cleaners  professional carpet cleaner  pet stain removal 

Pet Stain Removal

Posted by Lynn Huck on Thursday, September 19, 2013

For a quick remedy, you might try the following steps.  However, we do not recommend using the store-bought carpet cleaners if you think you may have to call a professional carpet cleaner.  Store-bought carpet cleaners can have an adverse effect when professional cleaning agents are used on top of them.  For pet stain removal, we recommend calling the professionals.

 Remove the solids, being careful not to push stain into pile.

Sponge the area with a solution of 1 teaspoon mild non-alkali detergent and 1 pint lukewarm water.

Blot the stain with an absorbent pad.

Continue the sponging and blotting until no more stain is removed.

If any stain persists, sponge the area with a solution of 1 tablespoon ammonia to 1 cup warm water. (Do not use ammonia on wool carpet.)

Blot excess liquid, and continue treatment until no more stain is removed.

Place an absorbent pad over the damp area and weight it down.

When no more liquid is absorbed, remove the pad and allow area to thoroughly air dry


Tags: carpet cleaners  professional carpet cleaner  pet stain removal 

Pet Stain Removal

Posted by Lynn Huck on Thursday, September 19, 2013

For a quick remedy, you might try the following steps.  However, we do not recommend using the store-bought carpet cleaners if you think you may have to call a professional carpet cleaner.  Store-bought carpet cleaners can have an adverse effect when professional cleaning agents are used on top of them.  For pet stain removal, we recommend calling the professionals.

 Remove the solids, being careful not to push stain into pile.

Sponge the area with a solution of 1 teaspoon mild non-alkali detergent and 1 pint lukewarm water.

Blot the stain with an absorbent pad.

Continue the sponging and blotting until no more stain is removed.

If any stain persists, sponge the area with a solution of 1 tablespoon ammonia to 1 cup warm water. (Do not use ammonia on wool carpet.)

Blot excess liquid, and continue treatment until no more stain is removed.

Place an absorbent pad over the damp area and weight it down.

When no more liquid is absorbed, remove the pad and allow area to thoroughly air dry


Tags: carpet cleaners  professional carpet cleaner  pet stain removal 

Pet Stain Removal

Posted by Lynn Huck on Thursday, September 19, 2013

For a quick remedy, you might try the following steps.  However, we do not recommend using the store-bought carpet cleaners if you think you may have to call a professional carpet cleaner.  Store-bought carpet cleaners can have an adverse effect when professional cleaning agents are used on top of them.  For pet stain removal, we recommend calling the professionals.

 Remove the solids, being careful not to push stain into pile.

Sponge the area with a solution of 1 teaspoon mild non-alkali detergent and 1 pint lukewarm water.

Blot the stain with an absorbent pad.

Continue the sponging and blotting until no more stain is removed.

If any stain persists, sponge the area with a solution of 1 tablespoon ammonia to 1 cup warm water. (Do not use ammonia on wool carpet.)

Blot excess liquid, and continue treatment until no more stain is removed.

Place an absorbent pad over the damp area and weight it down.

When no more liquid is absorbed, remove the pad and allow area to thoroughly air dry


Tags: carpet cleaners  professional carpet cleaner  pet stain removal 

Pet Stain Removal

Posted by Lynn Huck on Thursday, September 19, 2013

For a quick remedy, you might try the following steps.  However, we do not recommend using the store-bought carpet cleaners if you think you may have to call a professional carpet cleaner.  Store-bought carpet cleaners can have an adverse effect when professional cleaning agents are used on top of them.  For pet stain removal, we recommend calling the professionals.

 Remove the solids, being careful not to push stain into pile.

Sponge the area with a solution of 1 teaspoon mild non-alkali detergent and 1 pint lukewarm water.

Blot the stain with an absorbent pad.

Continue the sponging and blotting until no more stain is removed.

If any stain persists, sponge the area with a solution of 1 tablespoon ammonia to 1 cup warm water. (Do not use ammonia on wool carpet.)

Blot excess liquid, and continue treatment until no more stain is removed.

Place an absorbent pad over the damp area and weight it down.

When no more liquid is absorbed, remove the pad and allow area to thoroughly air dry


Tags: carpet cleaners  professional carpet cleaner  pet stain removal