Accidents happen all the time, but the longer you wait to remove a “pet accident” out of the carpet, the chances to damage the carpet fibers completely are very high.
Wondering why? Well, the acids found in the feces may have a disastrous effect over the carpet fibers, leaving a permanent stain on it. But if you act immediately you will be able to prevent ruining your carpet. So, pick up the following household products to remove that smelly poop out of the carpet A.S.A.P.
- Dawn dish soap
- white vinegar
- warm water
- hydrogen peroxide
- dry cloths
- rubber gloves
- bandana to cover your nose
Let the dirty cleaning mission begin:
- Start by covering your nose with a bandana and put those rubber gloves on, then remove all hardened poo out of the carpet using paper towels or a paper plate. Throw everything at the garbage.
- The next step is to mix 1 tablespoon of Dawn dish detergent with 1 tablespoon of white vinegar and 2 cups of warm water.
- Now, soak one cloth the above solution and blot until the liquid is completely absorbed. Continue dabbing the area until the stain is no longer seen and absorbed into the cloth.
- So, if the stain is a bit stubborn and won’t go, just take the eyedropper and apply hydrogen peroxide onto the stain. Use the same damp cloth to rub the stain thoroughly.
Now, the stain should be gone completely.
- The last step is to take another cloth and to rub the stain with cold water and blot the stain dry.
- That’s all folks! No nasty smell, no gross way to remove pet feces out of the carpet.