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Butters

~7lbs. of- spoiled rotten~
 
 
Barked: Tue Dec 14, '10 11:42am PST 
I'm tempted to give this stuff a shot. Does it get the uric acid up? I assuming that's the chemical that leaves the smell/permanent stain behind? Do you have a black light that you can check with? LOL!


Butters has a marking problem and I found that regular pet carpet cleaning products do not take the uric acid up (which I'm assuming is the chemical that stays behind even after vigorous cleaning). I went around the house with a black light one night and was horrified to find that the stains I carpet cleaned did not come up (the acid that is). However, there is no smell nor visible stain...you can only see it with the black light.

Anyone know?
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Delta and- Doc

The Spots Are In- The House!
 
 
Barked: Tue Dec 14, '10 11:51am PST 
Might actually be the urine remover leaving the mark in the black light... If he's not frequenting the same place and it doesn't smell, then I would think it's all cleaned up...

And yes, supposedly the active enzymes destroy the uric acid of the urine. Lol I haven't had a problem so I suppose I can say it works for me... but I guess I can't say I know for sure it works. Lol
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Butters

~7lbs. of- spoiled rotten~
 
 
Barked: Thu Dec 16, '10 10:07am PST 
Haha no it's definitely not the urine remover. I don't use that stuff. All I used was the Bissell Pet Carpet Shampoo, and before I didn't have any of that, I tried using my Lysol All Purpose spray just so I could at least get the smell out of the first stain I found.

The stain showing in the black light is definitely the urine stain. I just can't find anything to take the whole thing up! =P

I'll take a picture of it this evening if I can remember and create a new thread.
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