| *Posted by Mary Lou on December 26, 2003 at 18:16:36:
|| *In Reply to: pet urine posted by cyndi thompson on August 16, 2003 at 11:16:21:|| *Message was: Hi--Thanks--you have saved my carpet (installed) Now what I need to know is this, can I use the white vinegar in my Hoover carpet cleaner in case their are cat dribbles? Thanks, Mary Lou : |
: : There are different methods to get rid of urine odor, but the easiest and simplest method is doing it yourself method. You do need to make a mixture of water, white vinegar and couple drops of liquid soap. The volume of the mixture is depending on the urinated area. OK! Go and get the following items:
: : 1. White Vinegar (50%)
: : People always asked me, why I do suggest vinegar for cleaning a handmade rug. Vinegar has doual functions and specially is very important factor for washing any handmade rug. Why?
: : "h Vinegar cuts the odor from any urine or feces.
: : "h The majority of dyes in handmade rugs are acid-base. Adding white vinegar to the water make the water more acidic. This acidic water prevent color bleeding (color running) and keeps the color to the wool. Just make sure apply the water and winger mixture to the small section of rug before applies it to the entire section.
: : OK! LetíŽs go!
: : "h Make a mixture 50%-50%. (White vinegar and Water) and couple drops of liquid soap.
: : Good Luck!
: i have three large oriental rugs that were quite expensive over time the dogs we have three have urinated on them and i've always cleaned asap but sometimes i can't find it. i recently had my rugs by a profesional and when i put them back down the smell was awful. help what can i do. i can't believe my expensive rugs are completely ruined.
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