Cleaning Stains, Hair and Accidents
OK, we have to admit that there are occasions when accident occur and there is nothing you can do about it. Sometimes it is the food, sometimes it’s just you being home too late, and when you’re back, you have to deal with unpleasant urine or vomit stain on your carpet or upholstery. Don’t rush to punish your four-legged friend, but act quickly on the affected area. If you’re lucky the stain won’t be dried when you find it. In this case blot it carefully, apply appropriate cleaner, let is stay like this for a few minutes, the blot again and rinse it well. After that you have to dry it, especially if it is on your sofa or thick rug, otherwise the moist can cause mildew and deteriorate the fibres.
If you are dealing with dry stain you should damp the area well first and then initiate the same procedure. If you have to get rid of vomit stain, remove as much as you can with spatula or a spoon, then apply the same treatment. If the vomit has dried it won’t be bad idea to brush your carpets fibres first, to make sure, detergent will get deeper and clean the place in depth.
Regular vacuum cleaning is absolutely mandatory if you want to keep you home’s hygiene. No matter if your pet is short or long hair breed, there will be a lot of hair that you will have to clean. Hiring professional company to clean your carpets and upholstery every now and then is highly recommended if you want to preserve them in best shape. If you are having hard floors you are lucky, because all you’ll need to do is to wipe them off with wet mop and your job’s done.
With proper training, precaution and a little patience living with a pet is the best thing that can happen to you.
Check out our previous publication, you can find it helpful.