Why are pet poop stains on carpeting so difficult to remove?
There’s nothing worse than coming home to pet poop all over your carpeting. Not only is the actual pet poop disgusting to remove from your carpet, but it can often leave some serious carpet stains. Pet poop stains can also carry a very pungent animal smell that may take multiple cleanings to remove completely. This is because pet poop carpet stains are combination stains that include proteins, acids, partially digested foods, and other substances like pet hair.
Combination stains are difficult to treat, and many DIY blogs may even suggest that you use DIY methods to clean pet poop stains from your carpet, such as pouring sugar or peroxide onto the stain. However, beware. These DIY methods very often cause more harm to your carpet, and an even more difficult carpet stain for you to deal with. Therefore, only trust professional carpet cleaning products with pet poop stains.
Pet poop carpet stains are serious carpet stains and require professional products like Bio Oxy Stain Remover to thoroughly clean the stain and the pee smell due to the proteins involved.
Tips for preventing pet poop stains in carpet
One solution to preventing pet poop stains on your carpet is to only allow your cat or dog on non-carpeted areas of the house. If you have an outdoor pet, only allow them to come in the kitchen. Or, if you have an indoor pet, consider investing in those little pet doors to mark off carpeted rooms. These pet doors are awesome ways to train your pooch to stay on non-carpeted areas.
Another way to housebreak your dog to prevent carpet poop stains is to take your dog to a training center. Oftentimes dog training can last from a week up to a month. This is often a one-time cost if your pooch picks up on the training the first time around.
How to remove pet stains from carpet
If you’ve already got a pet poop carpet stain on your hands, there’s no need to worry because Bio Oxy Stain Remover has been clinically formulated to effectively remove pet poop carpet stains completely and effectively. Bio Oxy Stain Remover will even get rid of that nasty pet poop smell from your carpeting.
Here’s all you’ll need to remove the pet poop carpet stain:
- A damp towel
- Bio Oxy Stain Remover
- Some dry towels
- A vacuum cleaner (optional)
- A heavy weight
How to remove pet stains with Bio Oxy Stain Remover
- Remove the pet poop from the carpet
- Use Bio Oxy Stain Remover to spray the pet poop carpet stained area quite liberally.
- Let Bio Oxy Stain Remover sit on the carpet stain for up to 30 minutes.
- Use an old toothbrush to gently scrub the carpet fibers. Feel free to really get in there with the toothbrush to ensure that all the fibers are thoroughly coated in Bio Oxy Stain Remover
- Now, use a wet sponge to flush the area with water.
- Dry the area with a towel after each flushing with clean water.
- Spray the area again with Bio Oxy Stain Remover and again flush the area with water.
- After flushing the area, the carpet will be quite wet. Put a nice dry towel on top of the carpet and place a heavy weight on top.
- Remove the weight after a few hours and replace the towel with a new dry towel.
- After the carpet has dried, use a vacuum cleaner extension again to refresh the texture of your newly cleaned carpet.