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 I knew her too and the doctor cleared it right up. LOL Get rid of the pet. Simple solution
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Yes the vinegar, water and baking soda works great especially for scent and color...but if you want to todally kill all bacteria that arises with urine ....i flush the spots with a product called Hydrocide it works awsome and then i use my waterclaw..and then you can leave ur customers home with no worries
 
 
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Hydrogen Peroxide kills bacteria as well.
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In my experience, you need to break down the urine first then use an enzyme cleaner.  Vinegar does work and I use it when I run out.  But Vinegar is only a quick fix.  Some more severe jobs.  You will run into problems with the smell because you are using alot more vinegar.  
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Originally posted by aqualityassured aqualityassured wrote:

In my experience, you need to break down the urine first then use an enzyme cleaner.  Vinegar does work and I use it when I run out.  But Vinegar is only a quick fix.  Some more severe jobs.  You will run into problems with the smell because you are using alot more vinegar.  
 
 
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So what are you guys using to get out old pet Feces stains? 
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Protein spotter, but old feces spots are often difficult.
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Yeah I've tried protein spotters but with minimal results. I think the best one I've found so far was Hrvrd Pet stain off. Do I just need to be really persistent, treat, dwell, rinse, extract with claw, repeat....


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It's very rare that I would put that much into removing a spot. You'll eventually cause texture change and possibly color loss if you throw too much into it. Haven't you ever had a dry cleaner tell you they were unable to continue treating a spot because of possible damage to the garment? Give it a reasonable amount of attention then call it a day. 


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I was just wondering because I've come across some stains like that and the customer was not satisfied. I am a IICRC certified carpet cleaning tech but not a certified restoration tech, so I don't know that much about that stuff.
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There is a multitude of companies who make a multitude of excellent products for removal and killing odor from urine stains.

But, the true secret is in the delivery system of the said products. To be anywhere close to total success you need the proper tools.

Yes, a blacklight or moisture probe or both for identification purposes. You need to first know what and how big the problem you are attempting to fix. Then comes the product and lots of it as the urine is most likely all the way down through the carpet and underpad and into the floor.

Spritzing a product regardless of how good it is onto the surface is not solving deeper problems. Once the stain has been soaked and given some dwell time you now need a super-sucker. Better known as the spotting Water Claw. This tool is far superior for removing moisture than any other device yet invented.





There is no miracle cure and you must invest and work at it. When you do that then you can charge accordingly and professionally.

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The residual stain may end up being harder to remove than the odour. It may involve using heat transfer in an attempt of stain reduction but this process is best left to someone who has the knowledge of how to do it properly.
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I know how to do heat transfer properly. I was just wanting to know if there was a product that could remove the stain left behind with out going through the heat transfer process. 
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pretty neat video!  The water claw looks like it works great!
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