Removing Pet Stains and Odors

pet-odors-stainsLet’s say you lose track of time.

Next thing you know, your (nearly perfect) fur child has an accident on the floor.

Not again! What do you do?

Look, I get it. You’re busy… I’m busy. Chances are my dog is peeing in a corner somewhere right now…

…don’t tell my roommates!

Whether you tend to lose track of time all too often (like me), or your dog has a small bladder, or your cat prefers the corner of your bedroom over the litter box (what’s her deal anyway?), you have to clean the areas and you have to clean them well.

Why? Ever heard the phrase, “no one likes the smelly kid in class”… well, no one likes the odor of pet urine… especially the smell of cat urine. Eww.

Now, in order to avoid becoming your friends’ most dreaded residence, here are the steps you should take to properly clean the areas:

First, identify all areas where accidents have occurred. Have bad eye sight and a not so strong sense of smell? Use a blacklight to find those hidden soiled spots.

Second, if the pet stain is fresh, blot up excess moisture with a paper towel, cloth, or towel.

At this point you might be tempted to reach for a cleaner that is loaded with toxic chemicals and has a strong scent. Fight this urge.

Third, spray the spot(s) with a non-staining, non-toxic, and safe (for you and the environment) product such as Eco-88.

Why Eco 88 you ask? Because Eco 88 permanently removes all stains and odors associated with bacterial decomposition caused by pets, people, and other related accidents. It’s safe to use on carpet, upholstery, bedding, and all other washable fabrics. On top of that, it contains no enzymes, bleaches or harsh chemicals, and is environmentally safe to use around pets, children, and plants.

If you’re looking for a product that people (just like you) rave about, is safe for you, your family, your pets, and successfully removes pet stains, Eco-88 should be a staple in your cleaning products cabinet!

Do you use something else that works really well? Share with us in the comments!

3 Comments

  1. Sue Wilkinson January 20, 2013
    • Wondercide January 21, 2013
  2. Sue Wilkinson January 20, 2013

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