By Deborah from St. Louis, MO
Wet a towel with cold water, let area soak for a few hours. Then spray with with hydrogen peroxide, let dry. If needed repeat process. it works every time for me.
Try Zero, but it can only be ordered on-line. Also you can use a carpet cleaner and the detergent that they use for pet urine. Please keep in mind that the person if he or she is still there mentally is probably very, very embarrassed about the whole accident. You may want to suggest adult Pull-ups for extra protection just in case you have to take him or her some where again.
Get XO; it is available from QVC.com; from Don Aslett I believe it is spelled; he is the leading janitorial service in the nation, perhaps the world. This is used in hospitals and nursing homes, it will do the trick for you! also works on all odors, including cats/dogs/etc.
Add your voice to the conversation. Click here to answer this question.