Top 10 Best Dog Clean Up & Odor Controls Reviewed In 2017
№1 – Nature’s Miracle No More Marking Stain & Odor Remover
This cleaning agent is formulated to assist you in cleaning up while at the same time eliminating foul odors. When cleaning there is no worry about stains, it is going to tackle them completely. On the other hand, it is very effective in removing bad smell. This product prevents the dog from going back to the same spot again as it has pet repellant. Its usage is made simple by having a 24oz trigger.
№2 – Nature’s Miracle Advanced Dual-Action Hard Floor Stain & Odor Remover
Sometimes, the dog might delicate, urinate or vomit on your tiled floor. Cleaning this mess can cause a great challenge. There is no need to panic; Nature’s Miracle Advanced Dual-Action Hard Floor Stain & Odor Remover has the capabilities to eliminate all this. It is designed to remove a variety of stains and odors permanently on hard surfaces. It works efficiently on tiles, ceramic tiles, and vinyl. It is specially formulated to offer a thorough cleaning while protecting the floor coatings.
№3 – Nature’s Miracle Laundry Boost
This is another great product from Natures Miracle Company. It is formulated to serve laundry purposes. Besides that, it is used effectively to eliminate stubborn stains as well as odors. It utilizes a Bio-enzymatic technology to kick out all stains and odors. Its efficiency is further boosted by incorporation of odor-locking technology thereby enhancing permanent odor elimination. There is no phosphate in this product thus, environmentally friendly. It comes packed in a 32fl oz container.
№4 – BISSELL 2X Pet Stain & Odor Full Size Machine Formula, 60 ounces, 99K5A
If you find some cleaning agent complicated to use, the BISSELL 2X Pet Stain & Odor Full Size Machine Formula, 60 ounces, 99K5A is here to eliminate this. The aim is to ease its usage by consumers. Through various tests, it has been approved that it can be used in machines. It is formulated from biodegradable materials, thus environmentally friendly. There is no heavy metals and phosphate. The product is effective in removing stains and odors.
№5 – The ORIGINAL Bad Air Sponge Odor Absorbing Neutralant, 14 ounce
If you have been experiencing bad odors from your pets there is no need to worry. This odor removing is formulated to have a wide application range. It can be used in removing odors from pets, fumes and mold. It does necessarily need to encounter odors source. It is non-toxic and non-flammable thus safe in places with small children.
№6 – BISSELL 2X Pet Stain & Odor Portable Machine Formula, 32 ounces, 74R7
It comes packed in a small bottle to make its usage simple. Despite its small size, there is no stain can stop it from cleaning. If your pet has stained your carpet, this 2X is formulated to clean it while permanently eradicating the smell. If you are using a machine, it is perfectly formulated to be compatible. There is no pollution since it does not contain phosphates, optical brighteners, and heavy metals.
№7 – Natures Miracle Advanced Pet Trigger Sprayer
Some people do experience very discouraging odors from their dog pets. On the other staining on carpets is their daily encounter. When these two combine, the life becomes a stress even though you love your pet. The answer to your woes is Natures Miracle Advanced Pet Trigger Sprayer. It comes with advanced cleaning technologies thereby eliminating all stains and odors. The pet-block system ensures pet does not go back to the same location again. Tracking is minimized through its fast drying capacity.
№8 – Nature’s Miracle Urine Destroyer Stain and Residue Eliminator
When stains and odors emanating from pets urine, vomiting, and fecal matters, it calls for the use of a strong cleaning agent to clean them effectively out. Nature’s Miracle Urine Destroyer Stain and Residue Eliminator, is a specially formulate to remove urine based stains and odor. It does not matter the stained part be it carpet, furniture, or clothing they will come out clean. It utilizes a powerful technology of Oxygen-infusion and bio-enzymatic formula.
№9 – Nature’s Miracle Original Stain & Odor Remover
There is a belief that if a surface was stained a while ago, it is hard to remove. These days Nature’s Miracle Company has a product that will leave you astonished. It is formulated to work on old and new pet stains and odors. Due to its formulation, it can be used on carpets, pet living areas and furniture. When working with this cleaning agent, it leaves the place with a citrus scent. Comes packed in a 32oz container.
№10 – Rocco & Roxie Professional Strength Stain & Odor Eliminator – Enzyme-Powered Pet Odor & Stain Remover for Dog and Cats Urine
If you want to experience a real power in eliminating a wide range of stains and odor, try this cleaning agent. It is formulated to eliminate even the most stubborn stains from pets vomit, urine and fecal matter. Can be used in a wide range be it in carpets, tiled floors, and all pets living ad-sleeping areas. It is chlorine free thus non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
Use absorbent material, such as a sponge or paper towel, to soak it up and be sure not to make the situation worse by spreading the urine around.
Cover the area with plastic and step on it several times to make sure the area is well saturated. Leave the plastic on, so the area does not dry out before the digester has had time to work.
To ensure there is no after odor, try mixing lavender oil (about to 1drops, depending on the size of the stain) with cup of bicarbonate soda. Sprinkle the mixture over the spot; let it sit for a couple of hours, then vacuum.
The same principles apply to fecal matter, except that you want to be careful in scooping up the poop. The concept, of course, is to get it all up without pushing any into a pile or spreading it further than you have to. Try using a spatula (one you will not ever use again for cooking!) or a piece of cardboard.
Use paper towels or coffee filters to absorb the moisture. Then sponge the area with warm water (ring the sponge of excess water). Apply a digester to the spot.
Unfortunately, getting old stains out of carpets ranges from the very difficult to impossible. You can give the enzyme digester a shot, but if the area has been used many times by a pet, the digester may not work. If this is the case, try the following:
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Pablo the puppy peed on the bathroom floor, then decided to clean it up using toilet paper
Pablo has seen his human tidy up after his accidents using toilet paper many, many times
Still, the owner was surprised to see the doggie tried to clean up the pee puddle the way a man would
Now everyone is in love with the pooch who tried his best. Pablo, what a smart doggie you are!
The message about the dog went viral. This is how the Internet responded:
Carpet freshener and doggy deodorizer
Baking soda is an easy and all-natural deodorizer that can be used in the home and on the pet. To freshen up carpets or rugs, lightly sprinkle them with baking soda, let it settle in for 1to 30 minutes, and vacuum up. To freshen up Fido, take a handful or two (depending on your dog’s size) of baking soda and rub it into the dog’s coat. Follow with a thorough brushing.
Vinegar carpet stain remover
Pet accidents on carpet can be a nuisance, but you can lift many light, heavy and even ground-in stains with white vinegar. Before pulling out the chemical-laden carpet cleaners, try one of these all-natural recipes that use simple, pet-safe ingredients.
Combine the ingredients and form a thick paste. Rub it into the stain using a dry cloth. Let it set for two days, then vacuum.
Please note that lemon juice or vinegar should not be used on marble, travertine or limestone tabletops, counters or floors, as the acid may damage the surface. In addition, it’s a good idea to check with your flooring or countertop manufacturer and/or test the products on the surface before using to ensure resiliency and colorfastness.
This is pretty straightforward if his poop is firm, but if he has loose stools it can be a bit tricky. For sloppy poop, a D-I-Y option to reduce the mess, try sprinkling cat litter or sawdust on it first.
Or you can use the specially-designed products such as the handy Nature’s Miracle Pet Mess Easy Clean-Up
Blot up the urine as quickly as you can. It’s important to soak up as much of your pup’s pee-pee as you can from the carpet. Do this by covering the area with a thick layer of white paper towels and standing or stamping heavily on them for several minutes.
If you have a medium to large breed puppy you may need an additional layer of newpaper on top (the ink in it will stain your carpet if you put it underneath) the paper towels. Repeat with fresh towels and paper until all liquid has been absorbed. * Tip: Clean, unused baby diapers work well for this task. Use one first to soak up the majority of the urine, then go over the area again with clean, white paper towels to make sure you get it all.
Sponge the soiled area with water.
Don’t use hot water, that will only set the stain into the carpet. Use cool, clean tap water. Or you can use club soda instead if the area is very stained. *Tip: I often dissolve a little Oxyclene powder in the cold water and use that. It really helps to lift any stain right out. BUT, it can fade or discolor a colored carpet, so if you want to use this, patch-test a small area first. I have very pale cream carpets (what on earth was I thinking!) so it works fine for me.
Blot carpet again.
You’ll have to go over the whole area several times to make sure all the water is soaked up. Use a clean, white towel or white paper towels.
At this point, depending on how bad the soiling was, you may want to repeat Steps & again, until you’re sure that you’ve got every single bit of stain/odor out that you can.
Use an enzymatic cleaner/odor neutralizer on entire treated area.
Using this type of product (my personal favorite and the one I have on hand at all times is Natures Miracle Advanced Stain and Odor Remover, Trigger Sprayer ) is the absolute best way to make sure all traces of odor are totally eliminated. Regular carpet or household cleaners won’t do the job.
It’s also perfect for cleaning crates, tile floors etc.
Apply it generously, letting it soak right down into the carpet. Leave for approx. – 20 minutes and then blot up any excess the same way as before.
Allow the area to dry completely, and keep little Fido gone and you won’t be able to smell the dog urine, it will be detectable to a sensitive canine nose until the carpet is totally dry.
ALL the liquids.
Need to know how to clean dog urine on bedding, cushions or clothing? Well, that’s pretty straightforward… you can remove the smell of dog urine by washing the items in your washing machine (using cold water) and adding some of the same cleaner/odor neutralizer to the wash cycle. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions as to the correct amount to use.
It’s possible you’ll need to run them through the wash cycle more than once though, especially if the ‘accident’ happened a while ago.
There are lots of great products for cleaning up dog urine stains and eliminating odors.
Pet Hair on Floors
To remove dog hair on carpeting, vacuum several times a week using full suction. Pick a vacuum with a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter. On wood and other hard floors, use an electrostatic mop; they’re more efficient than vacuums since they don’t blow the hair around.
Pet Hair on Clothing and Upholstery
For clothing, your best bet is to use a tape roller. Loop a ribbon through the handle and hang one from the doorknob inside closets throughout the house so they’re always available to use. For furniture, use the vacuum’s upholstery tool or a hand vacuum with a motorized beater-bar attachment. Lint brushes designed for clothing and dry sponges (sold at pet-supply stores) also work well.
Keep windows and doors open as much as possible, keeping the fly screens closed, says Jarvis. Aroma reeds offer a low-maintenance option that provide a pleasant, slow-release scent, though you’ll need one per room to be effective. Essential oils and potpourri are other great natural scent solutions.
You want to make sure your dog understands that the toy must be in the box in order to get a treat. Once he is dropping it in the box almost every time (you are looking for that “magic” 80% or better!), move the box just a bit away from you (not too far, a couple inches is plenty!) and see if he still goes to drop the toy in.
If he does it successfully 8/times, you can continue to move the box further away.
If he does not, move the box back closer to you, he just wasn’t ready for it. * REMEMBER TO REWARD YOUR DOG IN THE BOX!
The easiest way to keep your hardwood floors clean of dog hair is to minimize the amount of hair your pets will shed. While every dog sheds and even short hair can quickly add up on a hardwood floor, there are tricks that can make the hair more manageable.
Minimizing the Appearance of Dog Hair
Even with dedicated cleaning, it can be impossible to capture every single dog hair when you clean your hardwood floors. There are ways, however, to minimize the appearance of dog hair to the point where it is hardly noticeable, and to clean the rest of your home to remove excess hair that could get on your hardwood floors.
Pet hair can be notoriously difficult to clean, but knowing how to keep hardwood floors clean of dog hair can help you enjoy both your best friend and clean, shiny floors without inconvenience.
Try to ensure at least once a week you open as many windows as possible to air out your home and bring fresh air in. Then quickly go throughout your home armed with a spray or light a candle for a good period to keep your home smelling fresh and clean.
To keep wet paws at bay you need to stop your dog in their tracks!
By investing in a Soggy Doggy Door Mat or making your own Puppy Mud Mittens with this handy DIY tutorial you can ensure that before your dog comes back inside, their paws are clean and mud free.
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One of the most important debates in Britain’s history took place in Westminster earlier this week. The issue was absolutely critical to our future and will affect not just the current inhabitants of these islands, but future generations too. I’m talking, of course, about the discussion in Westminster Hall on Tuesday night about how best to dispose of dog waste. Should we place it in little black plastic bags or use the ‘stick and flick’ method, i.e. find a stick and flick it into the undergrowth?
At this point, I would love to update readers about the fate of Leo, the Young family’s Hungarian vizsla, but I can’t for two reasons. The first is that my children have forbidden it. They heard about my ramblings from their friends at school and, for the first time ever, actually read my column. They were predictably horrified — ‘Why do you hate him so much, Dad?’ — and it took me the best part of an hour to persuade them that a formal complaint to Ipso wasn’t the best way to go. The deal we struck is that I’d never write about Leo again (I hope they don’t think I’m breaking the agreement by writing about not writing about him). The second reason is that a civil case involving Leo and an Ocado delivery man is currently wending its way through the courts and I have been advised by my solicitor that it would be prudent not to write about him until it’s been resolved.
But I certainly have a lot of experience when it comes to picking up after a large dog, so feel eminently qualified to weigh in on this important matter. Until now, I have been a black plastic bag man, although it annoys me that they don’t come in larger sizes. Indeed, the risk of not being able to entirely contain Leo’s deposits in a bag no bigger than a paperback is Caroline’s reason for insisting this is a job for a man, not a woman.
However, the issue doesn’t turn on whether the bags are fit for purpose. Rather, it’s about what you do with them once you’ve filled them up and tied a knot at the top. Any responsible person would hold on to the bag until they find a suitable bin to dispose it in. That’s what I do, obviously. Unfortunately, not every dog owner is so civic-minded. According to the Forestry Commission, the countryside is blighted by little black bags filled with dog poo hanging from trees. It’s not just rural areas, either. Walk down any street in London and you’ll see the bags hanging from railings and discarded at the foot of lampposts. And this is not a petty annoyance. Keep Britain Tidy estimates there are over eight million dogs in the UK producing 1,000 tonnes of waste every day. It’s poo-mageddon.
The solution in the countryside, according to the Forestry Commission, is to pick up a stick and flick the mess off the pathway or into a wooded area. A wag at the Commission has even composed a little poem to encourage people to do this: ‘If your dog should do a plop,/ Take a while and make a stop,/ Just find a stick and flick it wide/ Into the undergrowth at the side.’ But I’m not entirely convinced by this. I’ve lost count of the times I’ve ventured off the beaten track to retrieve Leo’s ball only to step in some steaming pile of excrement, much to the children’s amusement. Surely it would be better if people picked up properly after their dogs and then disposed of the little bags in the proper way?
First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.
Most important, have fun and choose your Dog Clean Up & Odor Controls wisely! Good luck!
So, TOP10 of Dog Clean-Up & Odor Controls
- №1 — Nature’s Miracle No More Marking Stain & Odor Remover
- №2 — Nature’s Miracle Advanced Dual-Action Hard Floor Stain & Odor Remover
- №3 — Nature’s Miracle Laundry Boost
- №4 — BISSELL 2X Pet Stain & Odor Full Size Machine Formula, 60 ounces, 99K5A
- №5 — The ORIGINAL Bad Air Sponge Odor Absorbing Neutralant, 14 ounce
- №6 — BISSELL 2X Pet Stain & Odor Portable Machine Formula, 32 ounces, 74R7
- №7 — Natures Miracle Advanced Pet Trigger Sprayer
- №8 — Nature’s Miracle Urine Destroyer Stain and Residue Eliminator
- №9 — Nature’s Miracle Original Stain & Odor Remover
- №10 — Rocco & Roxie Professional Strength Stain & Odor Eliminator – Enzyme-Powered Pet Odor & Stain Remover for Dog and Cats Urine
by Reginald Meyer | Last Updated November 1, 2017