The Best Pet Stain Remover

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Ben has over a decade of experience in cleaning projects of all types along the entire eastern seaboard of the United States. Ben’s formal training and certifications in cleaning include the AMRT (Applied Microbial Remediation Technician), WRT (Water restoration technician), CCT (Carpet Cleaning technician), as well as several other certifications from the IICRC. Ben has managed teams involved in cleaning projects around the United States. Ben’s passion for cleaning and leading teams goes back as far as he can remember.
The Cleaning Institute

As most pet owners know, the stains and odors our pets leave behind can damage carpets and upholstery. These stains can be hard to remove, and the odor can be even more of a challenge to get rid of. Thankfully, there are products that can help you fight these stains and odors and get your clean and sweet-smelling life back.

“For most organic stains, something like an enzymatic cleaner can break them up, allowing you to then lift the stain with a surfactant (a surface active substance) or detergent-based cleaner. With acidic organic stains such as urine, it is necessary to neutralize them first with something like baking soda. In some cases, you can remove an odor while removing a stain but often it is necessary to remove the odor separately” (Dogster).