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Cleaning Pet Stains from Carpet Naturally - Escarosa

Pet Stains Removed Naturally

We all love our pets, but our four-legged friends produce dirt, odors, and – yes – stains. In most cases, people tend to attack stains with toxic chemicals that leave behind dangerous residues and odors. There’s a better way. Today, dozens of natural pet stain removal formulas get rid of stains without leaving harsh chemicals behind.

Here’s what you need to know.

Accidents Happen

Whether you’ve got a cat, dog, or a small human living under your roof, accidents, spills, and stains happen. When they do, they tend to live on in our homes. Carpets hold all sorts of nasty stuff, including dander (produced by both pets and humans), evidence of old cleaning products, and pollen and other allergens.

If you want your carpet to be clean and healthy, using high-quality natural cleaning products, and investing in regular deep cleaning and odor removal is critical.

Keeping Your Carpet Stain-Free

No matter how well-trained your pet (or child) is, accidents happen. Even if you can’t prevent them, though, you can learn how to clean them, so they don’t stain your textiles.

How to Remove Urine From the Carpet

Urine should be cleaned up as soon as possible. Since urine has an odor that will solidify into carpet fibers if left alone, it’s smart to pat some towels or layers of paper towels on top of the stain. Pat the towels with your foot to pick up as much urine as possible.

Once it’s absorbed, mix a solution of vinegar, warm water, and baking soda and spritz it onto the stained area before blotting it up with a clean towel.

Follow the same protocol with poo stains.


Vomit contains acids that can stain the surface of your carpet quickly. To prevent this outcome, wipe the vomit up as promptly as possible. Blot the area with a towel and then mix a solution of warm water, salt, liquid dish soap, and white vinegar. Apply the mixture to the problem area and blot it lightly.

Drink Stains

Use plain water and a tablespoon of hand dishwashing detergent to blot onto a drink stain. Blot the mixture up with a clean cloth and re-apply if needed.

Safety-Focused Carpet Cleaning

If you have an occasional accident on your carpet, it’s critical to have it deep cleaned rather than focusing only on the surface. Additionally, it’s smart to think about investing in all-natural cleaning products for safety, and for better health for all the pets and people in your home.

If you’re looking for a company that specializes in removing pet stains naturally, look no further than Escarosa Cleaning and Restoration. We specialize in pet odor & stain removal! Our team will help you keep your carpet sanitary and healthy, and remove those tough stains from your fibers. Contact us today to learn more!