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The Anatomy of a Pet Stain

tHe ANATOMY * Pet SEAIN the first step to defeating your enemy, is knowing your enemy. ΤΥΡΕ WIDTH Liquids and solids leave their own unique messes. Use paper towels to pick up the mess and soak up any liquid, then rinse with cold water. Our goal is to get the stain remover right up to the soaked-in stain. The stain you can see is just the tip of the iceberg. Under the surface is a wider area of stain saturation. Spray a ring several inches outside the visible area, then flood the inside-but don't saturate too heavily or it'll promote mold growth. DEPTH Stainś sink deep into the fibers of carpet or furniture, so you should use a product with a continuous power spray. We're not trying to convince the stain to move out, we're using force. And that requires penetrating into fibers to reach the Source. TOUGHNESS Stains and odors vary in toughness, depending on how long it's been set in and where it came from. Oxygen-activated formulas (often labeled "OXY") are best for removing tough stains. SIMPLE SOLUGION EXPERT TIPS E USE A U.V. LIGHT Some types of stains, like urine, are invisible in normal light. Use an ultraviolet light to spot hidden stains. LET IT DRY FULLY FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS You want to let the stain remover fully dry before vacuuming the stain area. This ensures it does its work. Simple Solution has put significant research and development behind their products, which always work best when the directions are read and followed. See more stain, odor and mess cleaning tips at

The Anatomy of a Pet Stain

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The first step to defeating your enemy, pet stains and odors, is knowing your enemy. The Anatomy of a Pet Stain infographic from the experts at Simple Solution breaks down stains and odors and includ...


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