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Question Puppy-Poopy Mess - February 13th 2015, 02:36 PM

This morning I woke up to find my puppy had made a huge accident on the carpet. Basically, smeared fecal matter on the carpet in different area's. (It wasn't solid)

So, I start to clean it up as best as I can. I use baking soda and hot water and scrub it. But, it's taking forever. I feel I am just pushing it in the carpet and not off. Id figure baking soda is the more environmentally friendly and I wouldn't need to worry about the chemicals.

Is there an easier way of doing this? I'll continue to scrub and such, I am waiting for it to dry before vacuuming to see what damage there still needs to be done. Going to light some smelly candles or something to get the poopy smell gone.

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Re: Puppy-Poopy Mess - February 14th 2015, 03:24 PM

Spray the area with a laundry stain remover, like Oxi-Clean, and make sure it's nice and soapy and scrub the area until the stain is gone (don't forget to rinse the cloth out.) Afterwards place some paper towel down and soak up any access moisture in the carpet. Mix a cup of half water, half vinegar and put over the stain. Repeat the process with the paper towel. After you've finished, sprinkle some baking soda over the area and massage it into carpet with your hands. Let the baking soda dry overnight and once it's dry make sure to vacuum it up. This way the stains and poop smell will be gone.

Make sure you use gloves, too.


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Re: Puppy-Poopy Mess - February 15th 2015, 05:04 PM

I kinda used that process. I need to scrub more, but most of it is off the carpet.

It was such a mess

I didn't use the vinegar. But I will


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