Cleaning up after accidents requires products that safely remove the odor. Conventional cleaning products (although they seem to clean up most messes) often do not remove odors; they merely mask odors. That might be ok for human noses, but dogs have many more scent receptors so their ability to smell is between 10,000 to 100,000 times more acute than ours. The next consideration is that you want the products to be safe for dogs. Many conventional cleaners are toxic and have very strong fragrances. That could be unsafe for dogs (especially dogs prone to seizures). I have used the MyCleaningProducts pet messes on carpet and fabric and I have used PureAyre for urine and poop cleanup. PureAyre can be used to remove odors in any stinky place. I have used it to clean out my kitchen trash can. It is a fabulous product.
PureAyre Odor Remover is the only odor food grade eliminator made from California Class 60 food-grade enzymes. It contains NO synthetic chemicals. PureAyre is safe enough to humans and dogs to ingest. It was seen on the TV show Shark Tank.
As long as it comes into direct contact with the odor source, PureAyre works immediately, meaning you don’t have to wait for it to soak in and then dry. And because it breaks apart the molecular compounds causing the odors, it eliminates the odors permanently. PureAyre works on most pet stains, is completely safe for your pet, and works as a general purpose fabric and air freshener as well. Most enzyme-based odor eliminators contain bacteria that produce the enzymes. PureAyre contains no live bacteria, just pure enzymes to destroy odors (usually with just one application).
For messier situations I use the Stainerizer Natural Pet Stain and Odor Remover or Monsieur Poopy Pants Natural Pet Odor Remover. For odor removal (without stains) I prefer to use the PureAyre. Both products from MyCleaningProducts have a soap-like quality so it is great for cleaning up and removing urine and poop stains on fabric or carpeting.
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