carpetVeryDirtyCarpets Carpet Stain Remover

One of my dogs has a very bad tummy and about twice a week we wake up to some sort of accident in the house. Right before I write this post, I’ve just cleaned up another. It’s a horrible thing to wake up to at 5:30 am, but I was prepared with this cleaner!

I’ve used all sorts of sprays, cleaners and deodorizers over the years. Some have worked fine and others not so much. My primary complaint when using any type of household or carpet cleaner is that the smell is over whelming. Most times I walk away thinking that it isn’t really clean, the odor has only been covered with a strong, perfumy scent.

I had to clean up both urine and feces this morning – I know that is gross but I’m telling you for the purposes of this review. I cleaned up what I could and then grabbed the carpet afterlife. I wet the the area and then sprayed the cleaner on all of the areas. I rubbed it into the stains with a rag and let it sit for about 15 minutes. I was very happy about the scent!! It is not overpowering at all and smells fresh and clean.

After letting it sit, I scrubbed with a soft sponge and you could see all the “ick” come up. I continued to scrub until the sponge was no longer dirty and then blotted with a clean towel. After it dried there was no visible stains and it smelled wonderful.

For once I actually feel like my animal stains have been cleaned up completely and there is less risk of bacteria growing.

I received a free sample for my honest review and hope my observations can help you make a buying decision.

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