For years it was very difficult to remove dog’s pee from carpet. You may have a new puppy and have not potty trained it. People tried many things but none of them really worked. Some of those things used to clean the urine contained ammonia which is found in urine. But don’t worry I will share with you what has helped me remove dog pee from the carpet. It is something that you have in your house.
Here are the steps to removing dogs pee from your carpet:
If the carpet is still wet do the following: get a dry tower and try to absorb as much pee as you can. You can use your feet for this.
If the pee has dried already you will need the following ingredients: 3% Hydrogen Peroxide, white vinegar, baking soda, and dishwashing detergent. The first mixture will be made of 50% water and 50% white vinegar.
Put this solution into the carpet and with a scrubbing brush scrub the carpet as deep as you can. Then get a clean and dry tower and absorb the mixture as much as possible using your feet. The vinegar’s job is to neutralize the smell. Leave the area alone for 12 hours or until it has dried. Use a blow dryer or fan to speed up the process.
Once the area is dry, sprinkle some baking soda powder. The baking soda is good to eliminate odors.
The next step is to mix one teaspoon of dishwashing detergent with ½ cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide. Pour this mixture over the baking soda powder. Scrub the carpet again using your fingers and then using a scrub brush.
Finally after finishing this task you must let the area dry up again. Once the area is completely dry you may vacuum the spot to pick up any leftover baking soda powder. If the area is seriously soiled with dog pee you may need to repeat the process again. You don't want to take the chance of the dog using that spot to go to the bathroom again.
Once you are finished doing this, let the area dry up again. After the area is completely dry you can vacuum the spot to pick up any leftover baking soda powder.
If the area still doesn’t look very good you can repeat the process again until the pee spot has totally disappeared.