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My dog pee'd, now what do I do?

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Heavens Best Carpet Cleaning Denver has many suggestions to help clean up Fido's accident. If a pee spot is new, your first step should be to blot up as much as you can. Don't apply anything until you blot as this will just make the spot bigger. Once you've gotten everything you can by blotting, then apply a spotter (specialized spotters for pet spots like a pet enzyme are preferrable). When applying the spotter, you must apply approximately as much spotter as there was pee. Otherwise, there may be urine still in the carpet/pad that the spotter does not reach. Allow adequate dwell time (15-45 mins depending on severity) for the spotter to work, but don't let it dry. Once again, start blotting till no more comes up. You can finish by putting a towel over the spot and putting something heavy on it for 12-24 hrs to absorb anything that may still be in the pad. A second or even third application is sometimes required to remove the odor if it is a repeat offender spot. If yellowing remains, try mixing 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide and 1 teaspoon ammonia applying it to the spot and just allow it to dry on its own. posted: December 21, 2011 - Heaven's Best Denver Carpet Cleaners - Blog


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