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Pets are cute, cuddly and can be adorable for most of the time.  But there are times when your pets are not so adorable, especially if leave some nasty “surprises” on the floor or worst in your furniture.   Your pets mostly can leave you with the three nasty P’s, the Pee, Poop and Puke.  Here are simple ways on how to clean the three “surprise P’s your pet might leave somewhere in your home.

The Pee

Animal urine, especially from cat has a very foul odor and they tend to linger.  And if you don’t clean it immediately, you pet might it as “territory” and he will use that spot again and again.  To clean that nasty Pee, first wipe out the liquid with white toweling, then blot the spot with a solution of 1 tablespoon ammonia and a half-cup water.  Blot the spot again with a mixture of 1 teaspoon of clear or white dish detergent and 1 cup of water.
To get rid of smell use an enzyme-based pet odor removes, they can be bought in pet stores and vet offices.  If the pee had stayed in the spot for more than 24 hours, use 1/3 cup of vinegar and 2/3 cup of water instead of the ammonia mix.

The Poop

Among the three P, the poop is the easiest one to deal with.  Simply scoop it up and blot the area with the dish detergent solution used in cleaning up pee.  If the stain remains try to use ammonia and vinegar mixture.  Clean the area with soap and water, and treat with an enzyme cleaner.

The Puke

To deal with puke, scrape up the mess, and then blot with the detergent solution.  Use ammonia solution to get rid of the stain and the enzyme based pet-odor remover if necessary.  For some dog food that contains red dye can leave stain on a carpet and rugs.  Use a red-dye remover, if the stain is stubborn call the pro.

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