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Old 01-29-2009
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Icon5 Remove Dog Pee????

Any one have a good way to remove the sent of dog **** from a cloth seat. Ive tried the odor remover from pets mart along with an extractor. Ive tried the normal extractor with chemicals...

Nothing seems to work for me.

I read that Vinegar might do it.. But then the article said wont work on cat pee..

Any help will be great.. I'm tired of getting in my truck in the morning.. and smelling dog ****.. and after work.

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You might have to take the seat apart and clean the seat foam it's self. I had to do it to my wifes car after she spilled 20 lbs of sloppy joe meat in her back seat.
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Yeah unfortunately if it was a big accident the dog had and it was able to soak into the fabric, it has most likely also gone through and absorbed into the seat foam. The seat foam is like a sponge, so you know when that dries, it's going to stink.

Your best bet may be to just get a new seat because the foam will hold the odour and will be very hard, if not impossible to get out.
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Try Resolve Triple Action spot carpet cleaner.Spray it on the spot then use the extractor with its cleaner too.
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Is it cloth or leather seats?
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Score X10.

You have to special order it, but it's the best ORDERLESS, ALL NATURAL pet stain and scent remover EVER!
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Use odorban.We use it where i work and had to use it on my seats when the cat peed on them. It worked great no more smell.
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Is it cloth or leather seats?
Cloth
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Can this odorban be bought in stores?
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yep probably like wallmart, or home depot is where i order it from. I had tryed 2 or 3 other products , but this really worked.I used it on the cloth seats. Good luck!
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You can get something called Nature's Miracle at a pet store....will take it right out.
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Thanks.. Ill check both stores this weekend.. Nature's Miracle.. I have sprayed already.. Im thinkin of dumpin it so it gets to the pad
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We sell a product at work called "Liquid Alive". It's designed to remove urine, blood, vomit, etc. The key is it has an enzyme in it so bacteria is actually EATING the odor causing parts of the matter. It not supposed to remove the stain (but I think it would) but it does remove the smell.
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My wife has worked in the vet field for years and the best stuff we have found is Eco 88. It breaks down the enzimes of the stains and smells like the stuff they use for cleaning up crime scenes and such. The guys from mythbusters used some stuff like it when they locked up some dead pigs in a vette for a few weeks.

Go down to your local vet and ask for it. You may have to try a few diff places till you find it. Not cheap, but well worth it.

http://eco-88.com/

Nothing really amazing about the stuff, but its the only enzime cleaner I've seen readily available to the public. We have 2 dogs and 2 cats. Use the stuff all the time and it works great.
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Thanks to all who replied..

I have tired many thing.. Smell seems to be gone.. for now. I have a feeling, when summer is here, it will be back.
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