Cat Stain Removers
Dog and Cat Stain Removers
Dog and Cat Stain Removers have been around for decades and that’s not to be confused with those everyday stain removers that non-pet owners use in and around their home. Housebreaking products that are used for dogs and cats and specifically designed to remove Urine, Vomit and Fecal Matter that our pets oftentimes leave on our furniture and fabric-based soft surfaces such as carpets and linens. Stain removers that are designed for dogs and cats usually don’t feature any toxic chemicals that are harmful for both dogs and cats such as formaldehyde, Ammonia, Bleach (Or any such derivatives of bleach) and Glycol which are chemicals added in human housebreaking stain removers but are extremely unhealthy to animals and users should avoid using such sprays at all costs. Always buy something that is safe for animals. Oftentimes many regular household non-pet owners purchases those that are either meant for animals or animal safe for that exact reason.
Prior to the introduction of stain removers most people used household based products which often times didn’t properly do the trick such as baking soda and old-age club soda, while some stain removers use these ingredients in their formulas there’s a lot more than just that needed to completely eradicate those awful looking stains that tend to get into the fibers and the longer those stains are left untreated they harder they are to remove needless to say many pet owners still attempt to get rid of those stains some successfully and other unsuccessfully but here’s nothing like having a handyman in a bottle to give in a quick spritzer.
Pet Stain Removers are developed with specific chemicals and ingredients that are designed and engineered to properly sink in deeper into fabrics to remove the discoloration left behind by spills and urine. Both Cat and Dog Urine are known to seep into fabrics and leave an awful stench behind and our assortments of sprays are designed to tackle the issue at the source.
Stain removers are made available for both Soft and Harder Surfaces and they tend to work well with hard surfaces such as Linoleum, Vinyl, Stone, and especially those that are all-natural such as Hardwood and Stone since hard surfaces that are often porous tend to absorb liquids at higher rates. There are both Stain Removers specifically designed to eliminate urine and those designed to remove stain derived from feces and many also double as a 2-in-1 odor eliminator with numerous fragrance options from cherry to orange and eucalyptus and many options of sprays that feature disinfecting properties.
There are also all-natural stain removers that exist and while not as effective as those that are chemical based and more industrial grade that can help do the trick especially for pet owners looking for something safer. It’s always wise to make sure that when applying your stain removing sprays to any surfaces to remove your pet from your home or make sure to apply in rooms where your cat or dog isn’t located as they’re chemicals no-matter how you slice it.
If you know what works for you and you’re looking to save a few bucks it’s always a great idea to look into buying larger refillable container options. Larger refillable containers are perfect for those looking to make less stops at their local pet stores and easily refill their spray containers by simply twisting off the bottle caps of their sprays.
If you encounter a stain, don’t wait and spring right into action. First take a dampened cloth or hand towel and apply light pressure to the stain with preferable Luke-warm or room temperature water, then allow the water to dry and apply the stain. This helps re-activate the stain itself and soften up the fibers on soft surfaces before introducing the stain remover. Once sprayed than simply give it some time and allow it to dry. Sometimes applying some powder at the very end might help absorb liquids and increase the drying time frame.