3 Natural Ways To Remove Pet Stains and Odors
If you own any pets in your house, especially if you have more than 1 pet, then you will definitely have some problems with pet stains and odors. This is especially true if your pets are not potty trained. If you are facing this problem, then I’m sure you have turned to cleaning products available at stores; but have soon found that the stains and odors just don’t go away. However, you should really try out these 3 natural ways that we will discuss today. Even if you are not good at making natural homemade remedies, these ways are too simple that anyone can do it. Here are the 3 natural ways to remove pet stains and odors.
The first way requires you to make a spray out of vinegar and baking soda. If you have ever purchased vinegar or baking soda, then you know that they are very affordable, and can be found in almost any grocery store that you go to; in other words, this spray is super simple to make and very affordable. The vinegar and baking soda spray will make everything so much easier. You can be assured that you will no longer be experiencing bad odors and having ugly stains in your home if you use this spray! Vinegar is said to be the number one ingredient to use when wanting to remove stains in any type of surface. And since baking soda is the greatest natural way to remove odor, these two combined can really give you what you want when removing your pet’s stains and odors in the house.
Mixing hydrogen peroxide and baking soda is also another great natural way to remove pet stains and odors. Hydrogen peroxide is another great way off breaking down the “crystals” of your pet’s urine and dissolving stains. Hydrogen peroxide and baking soda combine well to make sure all your pet stains and odors are totally removed from your house.
The third and finally natural way to remove pet stains and odors that you must try is citrus enzyme cleaners. If you look at a famous cleaning product brand, you will see that enzymes are one of their greatest ingredients. Enzymes can really remove stains and odors on a molecular level. You might think that enzymes is something that you cannot make, especially not homemade. But that is not true! In fact, citrus enzyme cleaners are super simple to make; just like the other two natural ways we discussed. Sugar, lemon, and water is all that you need to make citrus enzyme cleaners.
Remove all your pet stains and odors with these 3 super easy to make and super effective natural ways.