Removing Animal Urine Stains on Carpet

I have a brand new carpet that my dog has peed on. I tried treating the stain with white vinegar, but unusually used it neat. The stain is now bright orange. Any ideas?

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January 10, 20160 found this helpful
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You need to keep an enzyme cleaner around for when your dog pees again. They are sold at pet stores.

Before trying any home remedies always test first on a part of the carpet that doesn't show.

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January 22, 20170 found this helpful

Is Oxiclean a good choice? Or not?

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January 11, 20160 found this helpful
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The best product I have ever used for stain and odor is Fizzion. I used to use the enzyme cleaners, but this is better. It has never failed me.

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September 29, 20160 found this helpful

Where do you get it? Never heard of that product before.

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September 29, 20160 found this helpful

Looks like Home Depot has it.

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January 11, 20160 found this helpful
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Maybe mix a little baking soda & water into a paste. Spread on the stain .

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Leave on till dry then sweep up. Or even just rub the paste in & wipe up straight away, either may help.

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January 11, 20160 found this helpful

Try mixing baking soda & water into a paste - spread on the stain - either rub it in & remove with a damp cloth a few minutes later or let it dry then vacumm. Try the wet idea first.

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September 25, 20160 found this helpful

I have read all the questions and answers and understand your frustration. I too have a 2 ½ mo old puppy. I'm going through training now. Although I never thought I would, I have been crate training, and it's been the best thing I've ever done. She loves her home inside her home. Dogs are den animals and need a private space of their own. Teach them to stay in their crate and pee on there pee pads when they have to go 'out'. It won't take long. You can read more about it online. It's not cruel like people think. Your puppy/dog will love you more for it.

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