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Is your home as tidy as you would like it to be? Most people answer "no" to that question. Maybe there are just a couple of rooms that have fallen into disarray since you've been overly busy, or perhaps your whole house could use a deep cleaning. You could take a week off from work and do this all yourself, but hiring a cleaning service is an excellent alternative. People have a lot of false assumptions about cleaning services, and hiring one is easier than you might think. Start reading the articles on this blog, and you will soon feel more comforted and reassured by the idea.

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4 Steps To Deal With Puppy Potty Training Odors

If you are in the process of potty training your puppy, you know how challenging it can be to get your puppy to learn how to use the bathroom outside and how to act appropriately inside of your home. When your puppy has an accident and goes to the bathroom on your carpet in your home, you need to know how to deal with to save your carpets.

#1: Clean the Urine Up When It Is Still Wet

If you see your puppy relieve themselves on the carpet, don't let the urine dry. When the urine dries, it is a lot harder to remove from your carpet. Dried pet urine also creates an environment where bacteria can thrive.

#2: Remove as Much Moisture as Possible

When your pet relieves themselves on the carpet, take some paper towels and put them over the area so that they can soak up as much of the urine as possible. Throw those paper towels out and get a second set of paper towels. This time, gently press down onto the carpet and try to remove as much of the urine as possible with the paper towels.

#3: Get Rid of the Odor

Once you have used the paper towels to remove as much urine as you possibly can, it is time to fight back against the smell that is left behind when your puppy goes to your carpet.

Mix equal parts vinegar and water together. Vinegar, although it may have a strong smell on its own, is great at neutralizing smells without damaging your carpet.

Take the mixture and either pour it over the stain or put the mixture in a spray bottle and spray down the area. Allow the vinegar-water mixture to sit for about ten to fifteen minutes; this will give it time to deodorize and sanitize your carpet.

Then, go back to the spot and use a paper towel to soak up the cleaning solution. As you use the paper towel to clean up the solution, don't grind the paper towel or rag into the carpet; just gently blot at the carpet, applying light pressure. You don't want to twist or damage the carpet fibers.

#4: Professionally Clean Your Carpets

Once you have your puppy trained, it is time to get your carpets professionally cleaned. You can rent a steam cleaner to clean your carpets, or you can hire a professional to come out and steam clean your carpets for you. Steam cleaning your carpets will bring up and remove any stains that have soaked into the carpet over time. Steam cleaning your carpet will ensure all those urine stains from the puppy training days are removed from your carpet.

If you are training a puppy right now, keep lots of paper towels on hand, as well as a bottle of half vinegar-half water for dealing with accidents on your carpet. Once your puppy is trained, bring in a professional to clean your carpets.

To learn more, contact a company like A Steam Pro Carpet Cleaning.