Dog Urine and Stain Cleaners

5 Eco-friendly Pet Stain Removers For Accidents

Lots of cleaners have harsh solvents, fragrances, and chemicals that aren’t great for the planet–and often, not good for us or our dogs. However, there are non-toxic, eco-friendly options that are easier on the environment and safe for your home and pups.

by DogTime
April 15th

Urine Eliminator™ By Rug Doctor

Pet Product Review: Urine Eliminator™ By Rug DoctorEveryone knows I am a strong advocate of keeping cleaning supplies especially those that are made specifically for pet in the house.Well inmy house cleaning products are very important because I have a puppy. I frequently have little pee pee stain send small accident. So when I saw […]

by DogTime
December 11th, 2010

Product Review: Nature’s Miracle Stain & Odor Solution

Pet Product Review – Nature’s Miracle Stain & Odor RemoverFor the love of God, and the sake of my sanity, this product, Nature’s Miracle Stain & Odor Remover better work. Let me tell you what’s been going on at my house over the last week. Well……. from the generosity of my heart, I let a […]

by DogTime
November 20th, 2010

Product Review: Spot Shot Instant Carpet Stain Remover

Pet Product Review – Spot Shot Instant Carpet Stain RemoverA fact is a fact, if you’ve got a pet, any pet; you’re going to have accidents. No you can’t plan them, they come at the least opportune times and yes, they are always unpleasant. So be prepared.Every pet household needs a can of Spot Shot […]

by DogTime
October 21st, 2010

Simple Solution Oxy Solution Pet Stain and Odor Destroyer

Simple Solution Oxy Solution Our take: It seems you get what you pay for with urine cleaners, and this struck me as sadly ineffective. It’s an oxygen cleaner, which in the past I’d found to be useful in laundry except that it tends to drain color. That’s because oxygen cleaners are made with detergent and […]

by DogTime
August 8th, 2008

Zero Odor

Zero Odor Our take: Used in the laundry, this nontoxic cleaner works like nothing else on the market. It’s incredible and I found it to be an essential tool for incontinence. It does not alter the color of fabric or rugs being laundered. A particularly effective odor eliminator, it’s designed for cat litter boxes and […]

by DogTime
August 8th, 2008

Urine-Off Stain Odor Remover

Urine-Off Our take: Urine-Off uses enzymes that break down and then destroy the salt crystals in urine, which are where the bad smells are. It can be used in laundry and on carpeting. It does a good job of removing odor from carpeting, and the only issue is that you have to soak the area, […]

by DogTime
June 20th, 2008

Anti Icky Poo Stain Odor Remover

Anti-Icky-Poo Our take: It seemed to work fairly well and the carpeting smelled okay to me afterwards although it didn’t quite get up the entire stain. Using a black light, I saw that some urine hadn’t been removed. Although I love the name, the nontoxic Anti-Icky-Poo didn’t work all that well for me. It’s non-enzymatic […]

by DogTime
June 20th, 2008

White Vinegar Stain Odor Remover

White vinegar Our take: White vinegar can do an okay job but not as well as some of the products designed for removing urine. It’s still the best choice of stuff that’s usually at home, so if the oops incident catches you unprepared, use a mixture of white vinegar and water. Whatever you do, do […]

by DogTime
June 20th, 2008
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