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Effectively Remove Stains & Pet Urine Cheap

Posted on: February 7th, 2019 by
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Non toxic DIY formula to remove pet odor an stains from carpet and mattresses. Works!!

You will need-
water
vinegar
hydrogen peroxide
dish soap
baking soda
firm bristle brush
terry cloth towels

First, if the stain is wet soak up any excess liquid using your terry cloth towel, paper towel or wet/dry vac.

Mix half water and half white vinegar and soak the stain. Make sure to go an inch or so around the stain to ensure removing all odor. Leave for a few minutes, then soak up excess moisture.

Add a thick (at least quarter inch) layer of baking soda.

Mix together hydrogen peroxide and dish soap. For every cup of peroxide needed, add a teaspoon of dish soap. Apply liberally.

Using your firm bristle brush, work the mixture into the stain.

Let sit for 15 minutes then soak up excess liquid.

Finally, let dry. This can take several hours to all night so be patient. When it’s completely dry take your brush and break up any clump. Vacuum the area. You’re done! There should be no stain or oder left.
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  1. Brandileigha Stracner says:

    About bleaching- friends! 3% hydrogen peroxide won’t bleach the dyes in your carpet. Even Martha Stuart says so-

    “ Stain Type: Organic blood, berries, candy, chocolate, soft drinks/coffee, gravy, ice cream.
    Cleaner: Hydrogen Peroxide bleaches these stains without breaking down carpet dyes.
    Mix: Buy 3 percent solution at a drugstore and use full strength.”

    I did some googling today to try to find a quasi-credible source that talks about peroxide and carpet cleaning, and I figure we all know Martha so. Either way, take what you can from it and be well. I’ve got another carpet to clean soon and I’m excited to get it done!

    https://www.marthastewart.com/287421/an-owners-guide-to-rug-and-carpet-care

  2. Jose Vargas says:

    I thought she said sexually beautiful 0:10

  3. jarry Dee says:

    almost puked, got dizzy watching this

  4. Aneesah Carlton says:

    OMG i really wanted to watch this video but the camera is making me so sick…..

  5. literally yourmom says:

    1. If the urine is fresh and still wet all you really need is table salt sprinkled very liberally over the wet area. That will draw the urine out. Let the salt work until it's totally dry and you can vaccum it up. If it still smells or left a stain go on to step 2. It shouldn't though, if you caught the dog in the act.

    2. For urine that had time to set in pour white vinegar directly from the bottle onto the area. No water necessary. This will make sure you can neutralize the ammonia all the way down to the board beneath the pad and it will not mildew because there's just vinegar, whereas adding water may risk mildew or mold down deep. Do not soak it up yet. Let it sit for maybe 5 min.

    2. Sprinkle Borax liberally on top. *Not the baking soda she used*. This is a base and cleaning agent and you don't even need to scrub it (not yet anyway). It's cleaning properties combined with the mild acid/base reaction with the vinegar will pull out all the yuck and stain in the actual carpet fibers. Let that sit and work for a good while. 30 min or so. Forget the hydrogen peroxide all together because it will most likely bleach.

    3. Now you can go back to step 1 with the salt to soak up the remaining moisture if you don't want to have to throw away a towel. It also keeps you from having to apply pressure to the stained area which may just grind the dirty stuff into the now clean area. Once the salt/borax is all dry you should be able to vaccuum it all up easily without a trace. And, as mentioned before, even if some moisture is down deep it is already vinegar neutralized and mold/mildew resistant.

    Urine is tough though and dogs have great noses so even the best professional steam cleaners can't guarantee they won't try that spot again. A diluted tea tree oil/water spritz (it only take a few drops in a small squirt bottle and a couple squirts) is a good deterrant because it stinks to dogs, but it goes away after just a couple days. It's not toxic to them unless they drink it straight.

  6. ignacio flores says:

    Will it clean semen ?

  7. MarvinMcGill says:

    3% hydrogen peroxide and backing soda makes oxiclean

  8. Mr.Black Mountain says:

    Pretty feet tho☺

  9. slyda007 says:

    Will the pet stains still show up under black/UV light?

  10. IAGrl E says:

    My mom used this formula when I was younger, it worked AMAZINGLY!

  11. Kathy Sharpe says:

    Good way to ruin a good vaccum

  12. Daisy Palacios says:

    I tried a similar recipe on my colored clothes and it didnt bleach them. I think that the carpets seem gray because they are so dirty and that the light color is the true color of the carpet

  13. Aaron White says:

    Thanks that helped not like other videos out there making it more complexing its wierd but yea thanks for that video it helped alot and by the way u sound so cute too

  14. Eric Carr says:

    You missed a spot! Lol

  15. Aviatrix14 says:

    Thanks for the information, very useful. But, you whipped that camera around so fast, I almost hurled! Lol

  16. Laurie Rich says:

    I am so dizzy

  17. CrampedStyle says:

    I liked when she said "And now we're gonna vacuum it up!"

  18. F C Burgner says:

    Next time get someone to hold your camera!

  19. Kayla Taylor says:

    I’m so gonna try this!!

  20. Reesie Lampkins says:

    Def worked! Thanks for sharing

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