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Earth Friendly Stain and Odor Remover -- 22 fl oz


Earth Friendly Stain and Odor Remover
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Earth Friendly Stain and Odor Remover -- 22 fl oz

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Earth Friendly Stain and Odor Remover Description

  • Natural Pet Formula
  • All Natural, Biodegradable
  • Petrochemical Free - Made from Plants
  • Neutral pH • Formaldehyde Free
  • Guaranteed to Instantly Remove Organic Stains and Odors

The Original Earth Friendly Products, since 1989

Our Stain & Odor Remover utilizes nature's way of dissolving organic wastes. Enzymes occur naturally, and are responsible for keeping forests and streams clean despite tons of organic wastes from dead trees, plants, animals insects and birds. Enzymes digest and liquefy dead organic material the same way enzymes digest the foods we eat. Our Natural Pet Formula also utilizes natural enzymes to eliminate organic stains and odors caused by pets. Use on most everything; fabrics, carpets, upholstery, rugs, and floors. Safe for everyone in your house. Stain & Odor Remover is gentle, non-toxic, non-flammable and never "sets" stains or fades colors.

 

Guarantees to Eliminate the Following: Pet accidents, foods, grease/oil, urine, blood, grass, dirt, coffee/colas, perspiration, smoke, wine/juices, vomit natural waste by products.


Directions

Shake product well before using. Fabric and Carpet Stains: Test in an inconspicuous area prior to use for color fastness. Apply directly on stain. Saturate well, after 5 minutes wipe off with cloth. If stain persists, reapply and soak overnight. Wood Floors: This product can be used, but wipe clean after use and do not leave on overnight. Odor Removal: Saturate source of odor and soak overnight. If odor persists, enlarge target area and reapply. Odor may persist while product is working.  Allow up to 2 weeks for product to evaporate, Reapply to problem area if necessary. Laundry Stain.: Apply directly onto stain and let soak for 5 minutes, wash with EFP ECOS® laundry detergent. General Cleaning Tips: Absorb as much of liquid odorant or stain as possible before beginning treatment. Do not dilute, use as is. Do not use other cleaners first as the may set stains.
Free Of
SLS and gluten

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Water, enzymes, ethanol (derived from corn), biodegradable surfactant (derived from coconut) and lemon oil.
Warnings

Mild eye and skin irritant. In case of eye contact, flush with water. Consult a physician if irritation develops. In case of ingestion, contact a physician.

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"Help! My House Smells Like Dog!" 9 Natural Pet Odor Removal Methods to Try

You love your four-legged family members fiercely, but you don’t love how they make your home smell. Not to worry! We’re sharing some simple steps to help stop pet odors from permeating your humble abode:

Smiling Woman Learning How to Get Rid of Odor from Pets Hugging Dog on Couch | Vitacost.com/blog

Groom your pet.

If your furry friends are bathed and brushed often, they will be less likely to smell and therefore, so will your home. To help ensure freshness, wipe your pet down with a grooming wipe between baths.

Clean your hard-surface floors.

Start by gently sweeping your linoleum, tile, hardwood or other hard-surface floors. This helps eliminate foul-smelling fur and dander as well as any stinky dirt and debris your pets may have tracked inside your home. Next, mop the floor surfaces thoroughly to remove any particulates you may have missed while sweeping.

Vacuum your carpets and furniture.

If you thought your hard-surface floors had significant fur, dust and dander buildup, just wait until you see the accumulation in your carpets! Be sure to vacuum all the carpeting in your home, including area rugs, and sprinkle an odor eliminator as needed. Then, use those handy vacuum cleaner attachments to remove putrid pet debris from your furniture as well. Although any vacuum cleaner should suffice, you may want to consider one that’s specially designed for pets.

Steam clean your carpets.

If your home is especially smelly, you may choose to take the odor elimination a step further by steam cleaning your carpets. This process can help dislodge any odor-causing debris that is trapped in their fibers. Be sure to keep pets away from the treated area until it is completely dry.

Wash your linens.

Nearly every fabric in your home can develop pet odors, so take advantage of your washing machine. Use it and with a natural laundry detergent to clean bed linens, throw pillows, couch cushion covers and any other textiles in your home that are machine washable. Remember, your clothes can carry unpleasant pet odors, too, so be sure to clean them regularly rather than letting them pile up before washing them.

Clean pet beds.

Caked in dirt, fur, dander, saliva and even urine, pet beds are probably among the stinkiest items in your home. Fortunately, most pet beds are machine washable, so simply remove the covers, run them through the wash and replace them once they’re dry. It’s also a good idea to treat pet beds with a stain repellant, which can help alleviate unpleasant odors in the future.

Air out and purify your home.

Open all the (screened) windows and doors in your home to let the fresh air in. Then turn on any fans to help circulate it while pushing the foul-smelling air outside. And speaking of fresh air, you may also want to invest in an air purifier, which can help trap malodourous pet debris and dander. Just be sure to choose one that’s designed to eliminate pet odors.

Stay ahead of messes.

The longer messes linger, the more difficult it may be to eliminate corresponding odors. If your dog has an accident, clean it up right away using an enzymatic cleaner, designed to tackle tough stains and smells. And don’t forget to scoop and toss cat litter and pick up after your pup in the yard immediately—this decreases the chance that someone will accidentally track the mess into your home.

Enjoy some aromatherapy.

Odor-neutralizing sprays don’t typically mask pet scents completely, but they can help combat minor smells. You can also cover up unpleasant pet odors with scented candles, potpourri or essential oils. Just be sure to keep these fragrant solutions out of reach of your pet.

Sniff, sniff...still smelling the stink? Try adding these natural products to your cleaning routine: 

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