We have an old, dirty, horribly smelly carpet. Because my dogs are old and incontinent I just treat with nature's miracle. I literally sniff around until I find the urine spot and then soak with nature's miracle (really soak it). Then just leave it alone for a few days. If you find all the urine spots, you will get rid of the smell (as long as you get it really wet). If you have a nice hardwood floor underneath, don't do this - the moisture will damage the floor.
If you are concerned about staining your carpet, after you soak the spot, scrub it gently, spreading out the liquid, so you don't get a water mark. You may have to surface clean the carpet after it dries as well. You might also get a "clean spot."
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
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It has worked for me. You really do need to saturate, allow to air dry (I used a fan on it for hours), then do it again if necessary.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
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Yes. For dog urine Nature's Miracle is ideal. However, for cat urine use Simple Green and follow the instructions on the back of the bottle.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
Saint Louis, MO
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Use it as directed as a soak. This stuff is an enzymatic cleaner and works great on cat urine.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
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i use it on my leather couch with no problem and the smell is now gone. i would recommend trying ths.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
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Natures Miracle work! I've used it on ceramic tile and carpet.
answered 4 years ago
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Yes, but make sure you apply a good amount of it. When I was potty training a small pup (lots of accidents) I used this and she didn't mark the same spots over and it really got the smell out. It's very important to get rid of the urine smell as best you can so the pet doesn't think it's okay to go there again. Good luck!
answered 4 years ago
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