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How to Get rid of Pet Stains and Smells

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Sniff, Sniff…

We’ve all been there: you’re sitting on the couch, enjoying your favorite TV show, when suddenly you notice a smell.

It’s not just any smell. It’s a smell that makes your nose twitch and water, and causes you to wonder how long it’s been there, and how much longer it will be there.

That smell is your dog or cat peeing in the house, and it’s not going away anytime soon unless you do something about it. (And who wants to keep living with a dog or cat that pees everywhere?)

Luckily for us all, there are ways to get rid of pet stains and smells from your carpets and furniture. Here are some tips:

irst, know that the best way to prevent pets from making messes in the first place is to train them early. If you have a puppy or kitten, start teaching them good behavior now so they’ll be less likely to make mistakes later. You can also try using deterrents like bitter apple spray or citrus-scented candles to keep your pets away from problem areas.

If you’ve already got stains and smells, don’t despair! Here are some tips for getting rid of them:

Spray the area with water before applying a stain remover product like Nature’s Miracle or Simple Solution. This will help break down the stain faster so it doesn’t set in as deeply.

Use an enzymatic cleaner that contains biological enzymes that break down organic matter such as urine or feces into its constituent parts (nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen). They’re most effective when used within 24 hours of being deposited on the ground; after that time period has passed, chemical cleaners will be more effective than biological ones because they work by breaking down protein molecules rather than simply

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