Best products for dog “cleanup”?

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  1. alejandro

    alejandro New Member

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    Best products for dog “cleanup�

    I have a two year old Maltese named Bettie who has yet to understand the concept of potty training. Bettie really likes to “go†underneath my baby grand piano and it really bothers me when I am trying to play. The smell reeks in there and I just can’t find anything to get it out.

    After doing some research online I found the stuff below. Has anyone used any of these products? Have you tried any new good Carpet Stain Removal products lately, please share!

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  2. LuvsDogs

    LuvsDogs New Member

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    I don't know that product, but you need an enzyme cleaner to neutalise the smell. When I have a pet accident I soak up as much of the urine as I can then spray with the above.
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  3. vanillasugar

    vanillasugar just call me Nilly

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    I use Natures Miracle - but I agree, you have to soak up the mess, then soak it with the cleaner, then blot a bit and let it air dry.
     
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    The place we just moved into has a giant collection of urine stains in the carpet by the door from a previous dog, and yes nature's miracle does work well.

    You do have to soak it though. We just unscrewed the lid and poured it in, when it's in the carpet like that it's down in the padding and sometimes soaked into the floor underneath.

    Also, when you saturate it like that, give it two weeks to totally dry out. Until it's completely dry there will be an odor so don't assume that it didn't work until the two weeks are up.
     
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    Yes, Natures Miracle is wonderful.

    Follow Romys directions.

    Also you need to get this dog trained... the dog needs to be supervised ATTACHED to you at all times, so accidents CANT happen.
     
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    Another vote for Nature's Miracle. I swear that stuff is really a Miracle.

    Odoban works well too, but the scent is a little strong for me to use on big accidents. I don't like the lingering scent of it, so I use it when there are smaller accidents or to spot clean something. Also, I'm not sure odoban is enzymatic, so I don't know how well it would work for your situation.
     
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    puppydog Tru evil has no pantyline

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    I may be wrong but I think I smell :spam:
     
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    ok shared. actually same problem here. but i resolved it gently .
     

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