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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-18-2009, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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Rabbit stains [on the carpet]

Hi all, Sunny constantly goes on the carpet. Currently we ARE trying to litter train her, but she does make her mistakes. So, in the meantime, are there any good cleaners/solutions/homemade tricks to get rabbit pee stains out of the carpet? The smell is really becoming a bother, and I need a way to get rid of it.

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Fill a spray bottle with 1/2 clean water and 1/2 vinegar. Spray on the spot. Leave for a few seconds and dab NOT wipe. If you still find there is a smell sprinkle baking soda on the spot and rub it in, leave for a few minutes and then vacuum out.

I did a little googling for you and found some things you may want to try
http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf93248020.tip.html
http://www.mrscleannw.com/tips/pet-urine-stain.html
http://www.wisebread.com/secret-home...that-kick-butt
http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/HEALTH/handyhints.htm

The best way to deal with stains and smells in to act fast. As soon as you see it CLEAN it. Have all the cleaning supplies you will need in a basket or a box close by. And remember you can to dab not rub. Rubbing will just work the stain in more.





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Do not use Lysol. It will set the stain and make it difficult to remove the smell.
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resolve pet its great, just don't let your bun by it when wet.

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Fill a spray bottle with 1/2 clean water and 1/2 vinegar. Spray on the spot. Leave for a few seconds and dab NOT wipe. If you still find there is a smell sprinkle baking soda on the spot and rub it in, leave for a few minutes and then vacuum out.

I did a little googling for you and found some things you may want to try
http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf93248020.tip.html
http://www.mrscleannw.com/tips/pet-urine-stain.html
http://www.wisebread.com/secret-home...that-kick-butt
http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/HEALTH/handyhints.htm

The best way to deal with stains and smells in to act fast. As soon as you see it CLEAN it. Have all the cleaning supplies you will need in a basket or a box close by. And remember you can to dab not rub. Rubbing will just work the stain in more.
You could also mix baking soda with water [to create a paste] and dab that on.


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You could also mix baking soda with water [to create a paste] and dab that on.
True you could do that. You could also sprinkle it on the moist spot of water and vinegar.

Baking soda and vinegar as must have cleaning supplies. Both are great for removing smells, stains etc...





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I've used vinegar and water and also have used Nature's Miracle to clean up pet stains. Nature's Miracle is an enzyme cleaner and I've had good luck with it, but I've always used it right after the accidents occured and haven't tried it for an old pet stain...so I'm not sure if that would make a diffrence?


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You could try going to your local pet store and asking if they have any pet stain removal products. I usually use nature's miracle and it works really well.
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