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Pet Odor Removal Carpet

July 29, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

pet odor removal carpet
The odor control products for pets called "Get Serious" work?

Even a long time on pet odors company? I look forward to something evenwill help remove many. I just moved into a place with carpet and the apparantley previous owners were pigs, dogs that were lying everywhere. The landlord steam cleaned before I moved, I think, because of the smell worse (didn't notice a smell at all in the first time I saw the apartment). I can not remove the carpet, and obviously he does not want to spend money on him, thats why they sit here. I wondered seriously? or any other product you could recommend? As I said, even if I can find something that will remove the smell when I'm not smelling it always like this.

The answer above is correct. You do not know what state you are, but here in CA paint and carpet are considered "normal wear" under the laws regarding the rental housing, and are the responsibility of the owner / lessor to maintain, not the tenant. Many other states have similar laws, then you should look tenant rights in your state and see what they are. Often you can get this kind of information for real estate agents or property management companies. Do not let your landlord out to be a slum Lord. They often do this because the tenants either do not know their rights or do exercise. That said, here is what I can tell you about cleaning urine stains pet ~ To kill animal pee smells for good, thoroughly soak the stain of urine with a combination of plain white vinegar and club soda. If you do not have soda water is OK, vinegar fine work on its own. If the stain is on carpet, cover the vinegar with layers of newspaper or paper towels and place something heavy on documents, like a stack of books. Sure protect your books from moisture with a plastic bag. If the APR is standing on a spot, such as a wall, cat spray, then you can use a spray bottle to spray the vinegar on the area. Leave everything there and let the vinegar dry place. The acidic pH of vinegar is alkaline pH balance urine, thus killing the odor for good, vinegar stinks a bit, but it's not as bad as the smell of cat pee! It works really well, I used this trick for years. They also sell special cleaners for that purpose in pet stores, the most common is called Nature's Miracle. I've never tried because the vinegar trick works very well, and you can find a gallon of vinegar not lot of money at all. Good luck, I hope this helps =^.^=

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