Vinegar, Baking Soda & Peroxide
- Mix one part vinegar with one part water.
- Blot the urine stain with a rag that is soaked with the vinegar solution. …
- Pour part of the vinegar solution directly onto the stain.
- Scrub the solution using a scrub brush or toothbrush.
- Blot the stain with a paper towel until dry.
Besides, does vinegar remove pet stains from carpets?
One homemade pet stain cleaner to try is a solution of 50% white vinegar and 50% water. The vinegar will act to neutralize the stain and eliminate much of the odor. Mix the solution in a clean, empty spray bottle. Apply the solution liberally to the stain, so it soaks down into the carpet and the pad.
Likewise, people ask, does peroxide remove pet stains?
Hydrogen peroxide does a great job at removing dog pee. Just put some peroxide into a spray bottle, soak the stain in a few sprays, and let it sit for about 10 or 15 minutes. To finish the job, clean it up with a rag. Remember, don’t rub: dab or blot.
Are urine stains permanent?
Different types of fibers react to urine differently. On some, stains will almost immediately become visible. Others may not show stains at all. Although a professional decontamination for urine and a thorough cleaning may lighten some visible stains, urine stains in general are permanent.
What you will need:
- Baking soda to absorb dry urine stain and absorb lingering odor.
- Hydrogen peroxide to dissolve the bold stain and diminish bacteria.
- Liquid dishwashing detergent to penetrate and break down uric acid while neutralizing the smell.
- Spray bottle to dispense the solution.
Detergent solution: Mix one teaspoon of translucent liquid dishwashing detergent, such as Dawn or Joy, into 1 cup of lukewarm water. Vinegar solution: Mix ¼ cup of white vinegar with ¼ cup of water. Ammonia solution: Mix one tablespoon of clear household ammonia with ½ cup of lukewarm water.
The Best Pet Stain Removers
- Best Overall: Nature’s Miracle Set-In-Stain Destroyer.
- Best Stain and Odor Remover: Rocco & Roxie Professional Strength.
- Best for Carpet: Rejuvenate Carpet and Upholstery Spot and Stain Remover.
- Best for Urine: Nature’s Miracle Dog Enzymatic Urine Destroyer.
It has an acrid smell that is not particularly appealing to humans, but it is a natural smell which your dogs definitely won’t like. Vinegar can be used straight from the bottle to spray or sprinkle.
Baking soda naturally neutralizes odors. Sprinkle it liberally on the damp area or even an old urine stain, and work the powder gently into the fibers of any fabric, rug or carpet. Let the baking soda sit overnight for maximum odor absorption, then vacuum it up to remove the smell completely.
Hydrogen peroxide solutions commonly used in households is diluted to a 3% grade. However, there’s still the risk that the solution can bleach your carpet, depending on the dye. Your safest bet, therefore, is to test the hydrogen peroxide solution on a hidden portion of your carpet before using it for stain removal.
Mix vinegar with warm water in a clean spray bottle. Spray generously over stain. Over top of the sprayed stain, spread a thin layer of baking soda. Within an hour (or longer, for more set-in stains), the baking soda will absorb the urine or fecal residue.
Mix a one-to-one solution of white vinegar and water. Using a sponge, rub the solution onto the stain. Let it sit for 5-to-10 minutes, and then wipe it up with a clean, dry towel. Some experts advise using a more diluted formulation of 1/2-cup vinegar to one gallon of warm water.