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      04-21-2010, 08:34 PM   #1
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removing dog urine smell from wool rug

i have a very expensive crate and barrel wool rug. the new edition to the family has urinated on it. the rug is very thick and i got it cleaned once before. the whole house smelled of citrus for a week. now that he is house broken can i save this rug? i have read all the secret recipes on the net. but what really works? i work at a carpet textile facility and got this 1000 dollar rug for 15 dollars in an employee rug sale. so I'm not out of a bunch of money. but the rug is just awesome. except the smell now of course. this was not one of our rugs, it was a competitor rug we some how came across. so its not likely to get this deal again. I'm telling you wool and dog urine is not a good combo.
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      04-21-2010, 08:40 PM   #2
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Go buy some Nature's Miracle...That shit works on everything.
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      04-21-2010, 08:47 PM   #3
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Natures miracle works, temporarily. Dog piss can conquer anything. One or two times you will be OK with natures miracle. More than that you are fucked, just block the room off from the dogs. Shitty and not ideal, I know, but I have dogs and found out the hard way.
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      04-22-2010, 08:08 AM   #4
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sounds like there is hope. i will get some this week. will it be necessary to use a steam cleaner. if so i will have to rent one. thanks guys.
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sounds like there is hope. i will get some this week. will it be necessary to use a steam cleaner. if so i will have to rent one. thanks guys.
Unfortunately steam cleaners do not help. The stains come back and the smell lingers.
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My current Westie was a bad boy for around 2 months. He finally figured out it was wrong.

This is the only thing that REMOVED the amonia linger. Follow the directions exactly as listed.

www.scoe10x.com
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      04-22-2010, 09:32 AM   #7
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ok so now i have 2 recommendations. but i feel either one will work. cause i think this is better than getting reviews from the net on products. i personally believe that alot of the net individuals are paid to give reviews for the product. were as here you guys did actually use these products with great results. thanks again
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      04-22-2010, 09:37 AM   #8
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Try What Odor...that shit is amazing. We used it on a suitcase that was sitting in the garage and had a nasty, musty smell...my dad used his industrial odor neutrilizer from his company and it didnt work..then I said, lets try What Odor, and the smell was gone.
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Natures miracle removed the smell and stain from my kittens urine spot in our rug.
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      04-22-2010, 05:35 PM   #10
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I don't know if this will help your particular situation but heres a good way to get almost any stain out of anything. I figured out how to do this from a party foul involving PJ that I helped clean up.

Put ammonia on the rug where the stain is and let it sit for a couple seconds. Get a wet, white, rag you WANT to destroy. Put it on top of the ammonia and put a hot iron on top of the rag. It will sizzle and hiss but just give it strong pressure for about 30 seconds. You will need a respirator unless you want to have brain problems. I learned this the hard way. Trust me. Respirator. Anyway, after the 30 seconds is up, lift up the iron then lift the rag and the stain will actually be sucked in to the rag. Get the rag wet again and repeat. Theres a chance it could ruin the fabric, but it gets rid of the stain.

I had to bleach the rag because it got so filled with the stain, just make sure you run it in the washing machine and get all the bleach out before you do this again. Otherwise you'll end up with chlorine gas
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      04-22-2010, 06:56 PM   #11
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Here's another way.
In a water spray bottle, mix water and vinegar at 10 to 1.
Spray that sucker on to your carpet.
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