If you have a pet that is notorious for urinating on your carpet, then you likely deal with pet stains quite often. If you’re worried about your carpet getting ruined, here are 3 excellent tips for removing the odor and stain of your pet’s urine from your carpet. 

Clean the Urine Up Promptly 

Perhaps the most important part of cleaning your pet’s urine stains in your carpet is to clean them up immediately. As soon as you see that your dog has had an accident, let it know that what it did is not okay and then jump into action cleaning the stain. The sooner you clean up the mess, the less likely it is to stain your carpet and leave a vile odor behind. Also, because it is so important to clean up the pet urine right away, it is best to leave your pet outside or keep it off of the carpet when you are away from home. 

Use Peroxide to Clean Up the Mess 

Right when you notice that your pet has had an accident, use peroxide to clean it up. Simply pour the peroxide over the entire area where you pet urinated, and then dab it up with a towel. The peroxide will break down the elements that make up the urine, allowing you to remove the stain from your carpet. If you want to help remove the odor as well, you can use a homemade citrus cleaner that uses lemons and water. The combination of these two will do a great job of cleaning almost any fresh pet urine stain on your carpet. 

Use Vinegar and Baking Soda For Old Urine Stains 

If you aren’t home when your pet has an accident, or if you don’t notice it right away for some reason or another, you can still successfully remove the stain. In order to do this, you will want to use a combination of vinegar and baking soda. You will use about 2 cups of vinegar, 4 tablespoons of baking soda, and about 2 cups of water to water down the solution a bit. Pour this solution into a spray bottle and spray a generous amount over the entire stained area. You will then scrub the area with a wash rag and dry it with a towel. The vinegar is great for breaking down the old pet stain, and the baking soda is a great odor remover and blocker. 

If you have stubborn stains that just won’t come out, contact a representative from a pet odor removal service like Chem Dry Springfield.