Best UV Flashlight – Pet Detective LED Ultraviolet Blacklight Reveals Hidden Dog And Cat Urine Stains. The light is Solid, Powerful yet Small
Color:Silver It’s that moment every pet owner dreads. Your faithful friend has had an accident while you were out and now you can’t find the smelly dried stain. It’s easy to clean when you catch them in the act, but old pet stains are impossible to detect and you have to live with the embarrassment of knowing your visitors are wrinkling their noses as they walk in the front door. The longer urine stains remain, the harder they are to remove. The ‘pet detective’ is the solution for finding smelly invisible pet stains. Turn off lights & shine slowly throughout your home. Old stains will glow making them easy to find. You will also find other undesirable smudges include bacterial growth on all surfaces; carpet, tiles, wood – even bedding, furniture & clothes. Steam cleaning is not recommended. The heat sets the stain further into the carpet by bonding proteins in urine to fibers of carpet. Ammonia cleaners are a no because ammonia is a main component of urine – pets can smell it & encourages them to pee in their same favorite spot try our stain remover recipe: baking soda, white vinegar, liquid detergent, 3% hydrogen peroxide. If the spot is wet, absorb with paper towels. Repeat mix 50% white vinegar & 50% water. Douse the carpet fibers & dry using paper towels. The vinegar will neutralize the ammonia in the urine. When cleaning dry stains, repeat the above steps & add detergent to the mixture of vinegar & water. When dried, sprinkle baking soda over the area. Mix half a cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide with a teaspoon of detergent. Don??????t use caustic detergent. Using rubber gloves, pour the mixture over the baking soda. Work into the carpet & scrub. Allow to dry then vacuum. Caution: Use only 3% hydrogen peroxide. Test carpet for color fastness in a small hidden area before use.