Removing Dog Urine Stain From Carpet

The video below gives tips for removing dog urine stains from carpet.

Cleaning dog urine, like any other pet stain removal, is easiest when done quickly.

First, blot up as much of the dog urine as possible with a clean white cloth.

This is especially important with urine, because you definitely don't want it soaking into the carpet pad if you can avoid it.

When that happens you may have to replace the whole pad.

Next, the video suggests first blotting with soapy water and a sponge. (Actually, she shows scrubbing, but you really want to blot so you don't harm the carpet fibers).

Next, she suggests spraying either rubbing alcohol or carpet cleaner on your sponge and blotting with this.

You can review pet stain removers here, to tell me which one worked best for you, or read what others have said on the topic.

Here is the video for full details:

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