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    Posted: 18/May/2009 at 11:46pm
I just ordered ANOTHER case of UPT and Milgo this month. ANOTHER $200! Yes, I'm making money with pet stains but also spending a great deal. So I'm wondering what works for you guys, what products and the cost. Are you using a claw to extract subsurface damage? How is that working for you?
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I use Osr from pro's. It is also crazy expensive. 
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Textile rinse, waterclaw, Triple Action, wait 20 minutes, waterclaw, repeat if necessary.

Triple Action by Esteam is a odour absorbent, enzyme and encapsulant all in one.
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on pet urine try mixing white vinegar and water.  spray/pour enough on stain to soak it- steam it up... works great - can't beat the price.. before u laugh , try it - it works
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I don't doubt it Andy. I use ammonia and an iron on red stains rather than Red Dye remover and it works GREAT! Any way to neutralize the smell of vinegar before applying?
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that is one of the bad features of using vinegar- the smell.  Most people like it much better then the smell of the dog urine!!!!  I mix a small amount of deodorizer into the mix and that usually makes it tolerable.
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The claw may work great on a fresh stain , but im usually called after it accumulates.
Overspray with prezyme rinse with fiber rinse and overspray with enzyme 5.
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I found over time that the absolute best for set in stains is an enzyme cleaner..
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ty- what procedure/product do you use for red stains such as kool-aid....
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I think that the key is to remove most of the stain using a white cloth immediately, but if you are not a professional in this field, you'd better contact one for a complete pet stain and odor removal.
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just magic has always worked well for me with urine stains, both old and new.
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Most urine problems require a strong acid to counter the high alkalinity accept for the freshest of piddles.
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Vinager and water... throw in a little baking soda if the stain has been there a long time. Soak... let sit then extract with a water claw. FLUSH the area again with clean water and extract again with a water claw. Spray on Odorcide and that problem is history... NEVER to return again. It's CHEAP, easy and effective.... kinda like my first girlfriend! :):)
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Hey I knew a girl like that once too-
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