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  • 64oz. Nature's Miracle Stain and Odor Remover Carpet Shampoo [amazon.com] $4.73 5% or $4.23 15%

    • Low-foaming formula is designed to be used with any water-based carpet cleaning machine or steam cleaner
    • Penetrates deep into carpet fibers to allow extraction of new and old stains, odors and allergens
    • Contains bio-enzymatic odor locking technology for permanent and superior odor removal
    • Color-bright formula with rug conditioners and brighteners
    • Packaging may vary
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FYI the "Nature's Miracle" was bought a few years ago and they changed the formula. It's not as good. I think the original formula is sold as "ecos" brand but I can't remember the specifics.
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The quickest, easiest way I found to house train a puppy is to put them on a short leash connected to you 24/7. When you can't be connected, put them in their crate. This way you can be aware of their every move and immediately change behavior. Firm No when they attempt to potty indoors and lots of exciting praise, and a treat, when they potty outside. Trained my Chihuahua in about a week with this method.
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Based on the reviews, I'd hazard the guess to be no given some report it didn't help with removing any odors. You're likely better off with the stain and odor remover version, which does in fact help reduce some of the pet odor with laundry. My experience is based on the older formula of the product which used to be great for getting out dog smells and pee stains. The one caveat is I haven't run out of the older solution to compare with the new formula which apparently doesn't work as well. Hope that helps!
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This was $6.99 for me back in September 2019.
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Potty training a new puppy, I'll bite.
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I got to get this. Got lots of old stains I couldn't get out.
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Could this be used to wash animal blankets to get odors out? Anyone know?
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Potty training a new puppy, I'll bite.
I'm doing the exact same thing. Tough job. Lol
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This product works very well on pet stains on your carpets. We have used it for several years. Its fast acting and does a great job of removing the smell and the stain.
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I'm doing the exact same thing. Tough job. Lol
Me 3. I will bite for $5 to see if better than resolve. Thanks OP!
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Could this be used to wash animal blankets to get odors out? Anyone know?
Based on the reviews, I'd hazard the guess to be no given some report it didn't help with removing any odors. You're likely better off with the stain and odor remover version, which does in fact help reduce some of the pet odor with laundry. My experience is based on the older formula of the product which used to be great for getting out dog smells and pee stains. The one caveat is I haven't run out of the older solution to compare with the new formula which apparently doesn't work as well. Hope that helps!
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LOL, get 2! We used more than one of these when training our pup. Also works on vomit.
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The quickest, easiest way I found to house train a puppy is to put them on a short leash connected to you 24/7. When you can't be connected, put them in their crate. This way you can be aware of their every move and immediately change behavior. Firm No when they attempt to potty indoors and lots of exciting praise, and a treat, when they potty outside. Trained my Chihuahua in about a week with this method.
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Could this be used to wash animal blankets to get odors out? Anyone know?
I've never tried this in the laundry but I've had good luck with OxiClean powder detergent. I just finished using it to wash a throw rug my dog peed on and it seems to have gotten all the odor out, so I'm guessing stinky bedding wouldn't be a problem at all.
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Can this be used on the source of the stains and odors?
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