How Do You Clean Pet Vomit From Carpet?
Your pet may be old, ill or simply ate a something that didn’t agree with him, but in any of those cases you’re going to end up with pet vomit. Animals seem to have a sixth sense when it comes to vomiting, and they will often bypass tile or concrete to fully spit up on your nice rug. You can clean pet vomit from carpet with a lot of patience and a few simple steps. Scoop up as much as the vomit as you can with paper towels and immediately place in a trash bag. The sooner you can get to the vomit, the better, before it seeps into the carpet fiber and dries. Use a damp rag to pull upward at the carpet fibers, loosening any vomit that did not come clean with your first scooping. Scoop those remnants into the trash. Rinse the rag with cool water. Use a cleaning solution from the pet or grocery store. Test the cleaning solution on a corner area of the carpet to make sure it does not ruin the rug by fading the color or otherwise damaging it. If the solution is bad for your rug, test others u
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