Try using a wet vac to completely remove old urine from carpeting, then using a pet safe enzymatic cleaner to remove the remaining stain and odor. Pet safe commercial cleaners may used to remove stains as well. More »

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To clean stains from carpet, retrieve cleaning tools as quickly as possible, remove solids, and blot the stain. Apply a cleaning product, and let it sit for 10 minutes. Blot the stain with wet cloth, and then blot with a... More »

The first step in cleaning a carpet stain is to determine the stain's cause. It's also necessary to determine whether the carpet is made from a synthetic or natural fiber before cleaning, according to Real Simple. More »

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Remove dog urine stains and odor from a carpet by using an extractor or wet vac on the affected areas and then applying carpet stain remover and a quality pet-odor neutralizer. Clean fresh urine spots and stains by first... More »

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Eliminate pet stains from carpeting by soaking up as much liquid as possible, rinsing the area with water, absorbing the water, and then applying a pet stain and odor neutralizer for optimal freshness. Gather paper towel... More »

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Laundry pre-treatment and liquid dish detergent can be used to remove a Gatorade stain from clothing or carpet. Oxygen bleach can be used to remove difficult stains. More »

To remove blood stains from carpeting, moisten the stain with a solution of water and mild non-alkali detergent, and blot the area with a rag. Add ammonia solution to the stain, blot, and let the carpeting dry. More »

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