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This worked great!! I have 3 cats and they tend to throw up a lot, and we just moved into a house with cream-colored carpet. This worked better to some of the pet stain removers I have bought! Took the recipe to my mom's when I visited and used on her cat stains too. Will use often! Made for I Recommend.
I've been using this mixture forever and it works great. By the way, if you add about 2 cups of water to the mixture you can use it to wash your doggie if it's ever been sprayed by a skunk! Smell will be gone without a hint of skunk....thanks for posting!!
I cannot thank you enough for this recipe. Here is a wonderful horror story for you. DH and I purchased a cabin sized tent. Set it up for overnight guests. Whole 9 yards. decor, lighting, romance and comfort, clear to a rocking chair; (military couple transferring cross country). When they left it was raining. Brought in linens to wash. Mean time, 'monster-t.-cat' apparently brought in and ate his fill of a dead squirrel. Started to rain again. Ran out and made sure all clear. Three days later, the tent was dry and weather clear for me to finish cleaning/taking down. When i opened that door...ugh! He had done the deed under a corner table. Tried every thing...My DH had to 'remove' the remains. There was hair and ...glued to the floor...Tried every thing to get it clean /oder free. Course I should have come straight to Zaar. But I didn't. So today i found your recipe. Made a double batch just in case. Dumped it on the floor, covered in paper towels, left for 10 mins. GONE! All that anguish for nothing. Thank you ever so much! Now all i have do is finish up, take the tent down and I will be 'a happy camper'...:)
Finally...a cleaner for pet mishaps that works and doesn't take a lot of elbow grease. I scaled this down to a fourth because I didn't have a lot of spots to use it on. I used Dawn dish soap and store brand baking soda and it worked great. Thanks for this great recipe. I'm going to share it with all my pet loving friends. Made for Fall 2009 PAC. Update: This recipe is in my Top Favorites of 2009 Cookbook.
We used it on the mattress of my son cause sometimes in the night he forgets to go to the bathroom ;) It was really wet yesterday and this morning we had to clean it. And we did it with this stain/odor remover. I had another dish soap and it worked. We left it on the mattress maybe 6 hours. It smells great and I think the odor is gone. At least, we didn't smell it. That's good. Thanks brenda :) Made for I Recommend tag game
Wonderful stuff! I too used Dawn because that's what I had on hand. My grandson's dog occasionally leaves a couple of spots and this worked great. I also sprayed some on a spot on my bed skirt and it cleaned that right up too. So glad that I found this recipe and will continue to use it. Thanks brenda-o for sharing. Made for I Recommend Tag.
I have only been soaking my stain for 8 hours, and my stains are gone!! I haven't vacuumed yet, but plan on doing that after it has set another 8 hours. Fabulous! I am so happy I found this....I'll use it often! (I also used Dawn). I've tried Nok-Out, and other odor removers, but so far, none have worked as well as this inexpensive home remedy. Thanks so much!!
I use this all the time but I use it with Dawn dish soap because thats what I have on hand. Does an excellent job on pet stains.
This is a life saver. When my doxie was training, she picked the same corner over n over, but would not go on a puppy pad. I tried several sprays, even one that cost $100. None of them worked. I was leary of they peroxide staining the carpet but I was at my wits end. Mixed it, sprayed it, when my DH came home he stopped n his tracks. He couldn't smell any doggie odor. Yeah!
Fab! I put it in my shampooer and wala!!!!!!!!! Instant results! THANKS SOOOOOOOOO MUCH