With pets, pee happens, often happens on carpets

get dog pee smell out of your carpet with vinegar, baking soda, dish washing liquid, and peroxide
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Thank you, thank you, thank you! My dog had peed multiple times in the second bedroom and walk-in closet unbeknownst to me, until it was too late and the rooms reeked as soon as humid summer weather set in. I had the carpets professionally cleaned, which didn't work at all. Then I attempted to clean them myself with Hydrocide (doesn't work) and a grocery store carpet cleaning machine. Everything left the rooms smelling worse in the end. Trying this recipe was my last ditch effort before replacing the carpets. It was a lot of work, but what a relief!! Plus, using a scrub brush de-fuzzes the carpet and leaves it looking new again.....

Thanks again, for posting this life-saver,

Mike
Baltimore
Following these steps should remove the pet or dog pee smell from the carpet.
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We decided to deep clean the carpets in preparation for our soon-to-be crawler and to save money we borrowed my mother in law's carpet cleaner. Most of the way through the nursery we realized the weird smell the thing was making is dog pee! Mother in law's dogs pee all over her house and she cleans it up with this thing!! I had no idea. How to Get Dog Pee Out of the Carpet. Sometimes your dog tends to urinate on the carpet, and you may be grossed out from the smell of urine on the carpet.
Photo provided by FlickrFeb 22, 2007 - This guide is about pet urine smell after using a carpet cleaning machine. Removing dog or cat pee odors from carpets can be a challenge.
Photo provided by FlickrDog urine removal. How to get rid of dog urine smells from carpet. Home remedy, dog pee odor & stain remover that really works.
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Tip #6: If it's on the carpet try using a product with enzyme in it. Dollar tree sells that stuff in the pet section. It's called Dog's best friend or something like that. It is a urine remover. It really works. My male cat likes to pee in my son's room and I have tried everything to get the smell out nothing worked until I tried this. It takes the smell and the stain out. And for $1 you can't go wrong...If you are questioning how you can remove a pet dog pee smell from carpeting then I assume I could assist you. I have 2 pet dogs and among them always urinated on the carpeting but I obtained so aggravated one day that I merely determined to do some aspect of it. I found out exactly how to cleanse eliminate the canine urine smell from the carpeting and at some point educated them to never do it once more. Below are several of my top suggestions.I just had my area rug professionally cleaned front and back plus they said sanitized because I had areas I could see from the back that had pee spots from the dogs I was sheltering. I put my nose to the carpet a day later and could still smell the urine! I looked for a recipe and found this. I did not go to the vinegar right away but I will for the next time. I am buying back up supplies today in bulk because I will treat the entire rug the same if it happens again. I used the hydrogen peroxide 3% with dish soap and a brush and the baking soda. Immediately I could see the baking soda lifting the urine up. I let it dry over night with box fans and ceiling fan going. I have a kurby and it did an okay job vacuuming up the mess but used my hand held to vacuum the kurby so I could get it outside to shake out the vacuum. I will have to take the vacuum apart to clean up the baking soda. It is well worth it. I put my nose to the carpet spot today and it is free of urine smell! Give this recipe a try. I will use it again for sure!If you need to find out the way to clean dog urine out of carpet when the injury occurred weeks or hours you could explore renting an extractor or wet vac. These are a bit more pricey, but they are going to essentially remove all traces of the pee by pushing water through the carpet. And if you are having trouble locating the place (maybe you just smell it), use a black light to locate the scene of the offense.