Kristin try baking soda. Let set then vacuum up.
By connie ann
Try using club soda. Takes the smell out (03/06/2005)
There is a product called OdoBan. It is the best stuff for getting out odors and leaves a nice clean smell too. I work in a nursing home and use it all the time. You can spray it directly on the stain/odor or use it in the air. Let it dry and the smells are gone. Menard's used to sell it, but discontinued it around here. Sam's Club carries it in the gallon size, but it lasts forever--unless you use it like I do--on and for everything. (03/06/2005)
It sounds like the padding is saturated & that's what you're smelling. The carpet is dry but it's wet right down to the floor underneath. Do you have a space or kerosene heater you can put near the spots to try to dry the padding? I'm really surprised the enzyme cleaner didn't take care of the problem by itself. I've had great success with them. Those kind of stains, plus urped grass juice, are the worst. (03/06/2005)
Plain white vinegar will get the smell out and help clean the stain too. (03/07/2005)
I can tell you about SolUMel and how it removes these odors and its more than 100 uses. It's non toxic and also would dissuade a pet. I just found ThriftyFun but I cannot get this site's page to open to read bylaws, etc. So I apologize if I need to be more descriptive. (03/07/2005)
I have a kitty that is too fat to fit in the litter box so he urinates over the side and sometimes it goes onto my bathroom carpet. I too have tried everything to get it out. Recently I was told of something you can get right at the pet store and it isn't expensive. I think I paid $4.00 for the bottle. It is a spray that is supposed to be sprayed on the dog for skunk smell. You are supposed to use it directly on the pet, however if you open the bottle up and pour it directly onto the carpet and let it dry at its own pace it will eliminate any odor. I did this and it took the smell out of not only the carpet, but the pad and the wood floor underneath. I now have plastic under the kitty box for Dexter's accidents, but have used this for almost everything. I have even sprayed it in hubby's shoes and it worked there. Completely safe. The name of the product I bought is Skunk Kleen. It is also safe for use on humans. (03/08/2005)
Best product I have ever used is Nature's Miracle. Sold at Petco. I have two dogs and a two year old and light colored wall to wall carpet. Needless to say, I use a lot of it. Vomit, food, urine all come up and the smell goes away. You may need to use a few applications for the smell. Follow the directions on the bottle and it really works! (03/13/2005)
club soda will do it...(quote)(/quote) (03/19/2005)
By joann nagle
Have you tried vinegar?
For several uses of vinegar go to frugal.about.com/library/nv220.htm See #41
I have a dog that has accidents in the home. I have been using the vinegar and it is excellent. I have several allergies and cannot use stuff with smells. I only use vinegar & water and it helps tremendously. (05/02/2005)
Yep. Nature's Miracle sold at Petco is the best. My neighbor swears by it for her two cats. I use it to treat stains on my carpets. I don't have my dog anymore; Jessica's gone to Rainbow Bridge, and I remember that once she ate a box of six cinnamon muffins, but luckily never got sick from that. (05/03/2005)
It's bizarre, but Accent (MSG flavor enhancer that looks like salt) digests protein. Sprinkle it on the stain, let dry, scrape, and vacuum if necessary. My steam blaster device works really well, too. (06/13/2005)
If the dog threw up on the carpet, you may want to actually pull up the carpet and replace the carpet pad underneath. Seems to me that the vomit would soak through the carpet and get into the carpet pad. So you clean the carpet but the carpet pad is still holding some of the vomit/ diarrhea. Just a suggestion
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