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Tips to Get Rid of Pet Stains on Your Carpet

Posted on: June 1, 2012

Pet stains can be a very tough situation to have on your carpet. If you have dogs or cats inside the home, particularly ones which have not yet been potty trained, you may find yourself spending a lot of time laboring as you try to clean up the feces and urine stains that they may have on the carpet.

This can certainly be very problematic, especially if you don’t know the proper way of getting this done. Surely there are a ton of carpet owners out there having this very problem at home.

So how exactly can you make this task easier and more manageable? Just check out the post below for some useful tips.

• Clean up the mess right away. Whether it is pet poop or urine, cleaning it immediately will go a long way in making it a lot easier to clean up the stain or mark that it leaves behind. This is because you will be able to prevent the stain from setting and seeping deeper to the carpet which will make it a whole lot easier to remove.
• Another important tip that you can use is not rubbing on the stain. Rubbing on the stain only makes everything worse as it can spread the stain further and affecting other parts of the carpet. The proper way is to blot the stain using a clean white cloth to carefully absorb the stain and transfer it to the cloth’s surface until it is completely gone.

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