Britain is a nation of cat lovers. Estimates suggest more than 8 million cats share our homes, with around one in four households owning a feline friend.
Cats love snuggling on carpet, but from time to time you may have to deal with the odd accident, particularly if you have kittens or you are toilet training your four-legged friend.
Dealing with cat wee on your carpet need not be a huge problem. Just follow these steps to get cat urine out of carpet.
Your first step to clearing up a cat puddle is to blot the stain to absorb any excess liquid.
We always recommend that you use rubber gloves when tackling pet stains. Use a cloth or kitchen roll to absorb as much of the liquid as you can.
1001 Pet Stain Remover [link to product page] has a unique, pet specific formula that is designed to deal with accidents caused by your four-legged friends.
Once you have blotted the liquid, spray 1001 Pet Stain Remover and wait for up to 5 minutes. Then, massage the product into the stained area using a cloth.
Once you have applied 1001 Pet Stain Remover to the stain and massaged it into the area, you should remove any excess dirt or foam with a dry cloth.
Repeat the process if required, and then wait for the area to dry.
Once the area of treated carpet or rug is dry, vacuum the area.
The four-step process will tackle the pet stain, leaving your carpet looking great.
If you do want to go the extra mile, you can apply 1001 Carpet Fresh Pet. This carpet, rug and upholstery freshener gets rid of pet smells, leaving your room smelling naturally fresh. The quick-drying foam works into the fibres, neutralising bad smells without leaving any mess.
Simply spray 1001 Carpet Fresh across your whole carpet and you’ll benefit from hours of freshness.
Remember to always test a hidden area for colour fastness, and don’t use 1001 Pet Stain Remover on ‘velvet’ type materials, brocade, rayon or those unsuitable for wet cleaning. Don’t use 1001 Carpet Fresh Pet near birds.