Dogs & Cleaning

Keep dog stains and odor off the couch and carpet for good.

Isn't it amazing how the cuddliest creatures on earth can also leave the smelliest messes inside our homes? We're talking old puppy pee stains, liquid messes only an upset canine tummy can cause and pet hair everywhere. We know cleaning up after our pets isn't anyone's favorite thing, and that's where our dogs and cleaning section comes in. We've compiled lists of the best products and home remedies to help arm you in the face of doggie clean-up disasters!

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Cleaning Up Pet Vomit Spots

I have the SpotBot by Bissell and I absolutely love it. I don't know what I did without it! I don't use their cleansers for all spots, though. If the stain isn't too bad, I just spray on my Woolite with Oxygen for Pets and put water on it.

Amy S., owner of a Dachshund

Make Your Own Odor Remover

If you only need a mild odor remover, you can easily make your own. You'll need: 1 spray bottle, 8 ounces Hydrogen Peroxide, 3 tablespoons baking soda and 3 drops of liquid dish soap. Mix the ingredients, spray the stain or item causing the odor. Don't rub it in. Let the mixture sit for 24 hours, then vacuum over it. Repeat for stubborn odors like pee. This works well on sneakers and other human items, too.

Chris & Brian C., owner of a German Shepherd