As cute as your new puppy is, he can be equally annoying at night. Puppies who are full of energy brush off sleep and instead bark, whine and run through the house like madmen. Crate training and a little bit of exercise and comfort go a long way to reclaiming your regular sleeping schedule.
Can't get the smelly dog or cat urine smell out of the carpet? This method works! Spray area thoroughly with a mix of vinegar & water (50/50), blot to remove excess moisture, sprinkle a handful of baking soda over the area, and spray with a mix of hydrogen peroxide (3% - do not use any stronger) and mild dish detergent (ratio: 1/2 c peroxide to 1 tsp detergent). Scrub into carpet and let it dry.
How to Get Cat & Dog Urine Smell Out of a Carpet Using Household Ingredients
You love your pets but may hate what they sometimes do. Pet urine may arguably be the hardest of all odors to eradicate – especially from carpets. Fortunately, using a trick of chemistry you can eliminate that odor in a flash with household ingredients you probably already have on hand.
Dog Urine Odor Removal… Ok, I tried this and am impressed. It's a good bit of work but it will definitely remove the smell. I used this method along with my carpet steamer but for small areas you wouldn't need that.
If you have a dog then it’s a pretty good bet that you’re going to have to clean up a urine stain once in a while. Getting the urine smell out of your carpet can be frustrating unless you know what to use.Here are some good tips on things that will remove the smell of urine from your carpet.
How to Remove the Smell of Dog Urine from Carpets - the items pictured are all you need to get rid of the odor of dog urine from your carpets. No expense, no chemicals, no fuss - no worries! Take a look and also find out about a clever gadget which will find dried urine on your carpets - that you may not be able to see, but you sure can smell!
How to Remove Cat Urine Smell! -16 0z Hydrogen Peroxide -1 Teaspoon dishwashing liquid -1 Tablespoon Baking Soda // Mix together well, pour in spray bottle, douse area generously and wait to dry. Smell should be magically gone!