How do you get rid of pet odor without gettig rid of your furniture?
No matter how much I vacuum and deep clean the carpet, it's still there. I also give her a bath about once a week. What can I do?
Did you deep clean the furniture too, some times it comes with attatchments for the furniture, or maybe at the store they have some kind of cleaner that cleans in the carpet upholostry sprays in the area by the carpet cleaners or cleaning supplies. Also I have used tuff stuff that is in the automotive section, it cleans good, but I would test it first in a small spot to make sure it don't change the color, and don't put it on objects that it will strip finish off. Mostly for upholstry in the car fabric and vinyl.
Can get odor eliminators as well that come in a jar.
Also if you use lysol spray every day through out the house kills the odors bacteria and germs. I have used that many times on fabrics. Also in the nursing homes we used it every day through out the house.
I used to have a dog & cat & when a product came on the market here in the UK called Fabreze it literally was a breath of fresh air for all my household furniture & carpets etc
Sorry, I have no clue. But I wanted to comment about the picture of your dog. VERY CUTE!!! Can I have her?
No Christine you can't have her. If you like that one I do have others of her sticking her tongue out and licking the side of her nose. I might use those at a later time. THX.
Try some aromatherapy, check this out:
http://hubpages.com/hub/easy-aromathera … es-at-home
Febreze anti-microbal. It does work. Also try if you have carpeting, sprinkling baking soda. Let the soda sit for about 15 minutes and then vacuum.
If you are talking about a chair or couch, try mixing white vinegar and water with a very small amount of Ivory Liquid. With circular motions, wash the fabric, then rinse well. Try this, it may help. Dog and cat odor, or any pet odor, can be really bad.
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