We love our pets, but to be a responsible owner one must take care fo the pet and any damage it produces. This is why pet stains are something that calls for quick action and patience.
First of all, you’ll need to be on the ball when a stain occurs. The pet doesn’t know it’s wrong and can get confused. It might even use the same spot over again as it doesn’t have the intelligence to know that you don’t want your expensive rug stained. They stain areas to show territory and that’s millions of years of evolution talking. So when it comes to pet stains you need to be armed with the right materials and follow a precise regimen
Paper towels or other absorbent cloth must be put down on the fresh stain first. Tap the cloth slowly and then put on more pressure to absorb the liquids If it’s a dry stain, you’ll have used a solution to break up the stain so that saturation and absorption are possible. Add fresh paper towels and cloth to absorb all the liquid and then repeat after you’ve put a bacterial/enzyme digester down and repeat the process Next put a piece of clear plastic over the stain to allow the solution to work. Time depends on size and severity of the stain but usually, an hour should do. Now you can use towels or cloths even brushes to remove any remaining solution and let the arm dry. If need be you might have to vacuum excess dirt or residue granules. Wait to see if any discoloration has occurred and if need be, start over to remove more if the stain is a major cleaning challenge.
The old standbys like vinegar and warm water do wonder. There are commercial products available that one might want to check out and for the Green folks out there, they are environmentally friendly products you just have to search for them.
Different pets make different messes so what a cat does is definitely different from the dog. Both urinate and drop feces but the two species are unique in how they do so. If things get out of hand and you need more cleaning power, it’s best to think about hiring a professional cleaning expert They’ll know what materials to use and how to handle the damage without creating more. They may also have better advice on how to prevent such things and how better to remedy situations before having to call them in.
You want your house to look and definitely smell good. Pets can make that impossible when they get out of hand. There’s just so far you can go with controlling an animal and that means being prepared for accidents. So keep cleaning supplies around in a handy way and then do what’s needed to keep your home neat and sparkling fresh.
Don’t forget to get a good pet trainer if things really get out of hand. They can do wonders with our furry friends.
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