Despite how yucky a topic like this might sound at first glance, many pet owners nevertheless run into situations where their furry friend deposits some red-colored DNA into the carpet. This can happen for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, pets’ toenails are clipped too short, resulting in bleeding. Other times, as cat owners can attest, their fluffy feline will bring in a potential dinner and soil up the carpet in the process. Regardless of the reason, the question most people have is, “How do I remove the blood?”
Well today we will answer this question the Unique way, showing you how to completely remove blood stains from carpet using Unique Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator!
Before we get started, it’s good to know that Unique Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator is completely safe for you and your pet! None of our products (including Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator) contain caustic chemicals or overpowering fragrances. Instead, we use direct-from-nature ingredients, most notably, aerobic bacteria and enzymes. When they work together with enzymes, aerobic bacteria (which release only carbon dioxide and water as they break down pet stains) are an excellent odor eliminator.
Now that we’ve established that Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator will not harm your pet in any way, let’s jump into the steps you’ll need to take to remove that blood stain!
The first step in removing a blood stain from your carpet is to identify the effected area. A lot of the time, the stained area is actually larger than you might initially think. As is the case when a pet’s toenails bleed, a pet will trek around and leave blood stains in quite a few locations. It’s best to identify all of these before moving on to the next step.
Before you can remove that pesky blood stain, you’ll first have to get Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator ready to apply. We do not recommend that you use the concentrated version of this product without diluting it with water. The bacteria contained in the product need water to activate them, and water helps the bacteria to survive.
We recommend that you add water to Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator concentrate according to the prescribed dosage amount. For example, a 4 ounce bottle of Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator will make 1 quart of usable product!
If you don’t want to mix Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator yourself, you can always purchase the pre-diluted, ready-to-use version of the product, which can be found here.
After you’ve diluted Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator or purchased the ready-to-use version, you’re ready to start cleaning the stain! Pour the product onto the effected area, making sure to saturate it. This is a crucial step. You want to ensure that the product penetrates all the way through the carpet and into the pad. Some blood may have seeped down to this level, and you’ll want to make sure you remove it as well!
The agitation step might seem unnecessary at first, but in order for Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator to penetrate all the way through the carpet and the pad, getting to the heart of the blood stain, you’ll need to agitate the area! This is relatively easy. Simply use the bottom of your Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator bottle to scrub the carpet over the effected area. If you’d like, wearing gloves during this step can be very helpful!
Next, lay a white or cream colored damp towel over the stain and let sit for 6-8 hours. Using a white or cream towel is important because a colored towel may bleed into the carpet. After the treatment period, remove the towel and let the area air dry. Your stain should be completely removed—it’s that easy!
While beloved, our pets can be the source of some pretty big stains and odors, which is why we’re always here to help you with all your pet-related stain and odor elimination needs! If you have any further questions or concerns about this topic or others, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to help you out!
Why am I such a believer in the efficacy of our Pet Odor and Stain Eliminator?
The house reeked of urine! It was a rustic mountain house so many of the walls were cedar, as we walked through the house we saw a rabbit hutch up against a wall and the whole wall behind it was covered in white film, it is calcium carbonate, we found out that was caused by excess calcium from their diet and it is excreted through their kidneys. What we saw was a thick hard film of smelly white stuff stuck to a rough cedar wall. There were piles of feces throughout the house and odors in every room.
So, we made sure to invite many people in to get their honest opinions. We got the green light and felt it was safe to put down new carpet. When the previous owner came for a visit, she was shocked by how good the house smelled.