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Grizzly&Charcoal
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PostSubject: Pet old stain and odor   Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:24 am

How do you guys remove the pet dog a year old+ stain and odor from urine, feces, vomit?
Recently found this my pet peed sounds logical but seems too magical to be truth.
nutshell of truth pet stain remover
How does it sounds to you?
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PostSubject: Re: Pet old stain and odor   Sat Aug 30, 2014 1:28 pm

Things that sound to good to be true often are.  I've gone looking at this web site and a few related links and found that it has nothing for BBB online.
I also watched the entire video (your second link) and, well, it's interesting, but I also have to take it with a very big grain of salt. Videos that seem to be simply reasons for a product, produced by the manufacturer seem to draw that "grain of salt" reaction from me.
While they have a stated guarantee (completely refund all cost and shipping and handling) I have to assume that any qualifications or directions on how to get the refund come with the package, 'cause I can't find anything on line.

So, lets look at the web site for the parent companyPetPeedSolutions ... er, well (if you looked there) maybe not.  That's not encouraging.

So, a couple of other web sites:
Old Maid Cat Lady raves about it.
While RipOffReports is obviously angry about a product that he says doesn't work.

A few oddities that make me uncomfortable - as if the above shouldn't be enough - why would anyone spray an unknown substance on their carpet or furniture, leave it and pretend that not only is the original "item" still present but whatever is the cleaner is also there .... ???

BTW, other than the one entry on RipOffReports, I can't find anything about the product of the company that they didn't produce themselves .... very odd ...
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PostSubject: Re: Pet old stain and odor   Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:22 pm

@aljones wrote:
Things that sound to good to be true often are.  I've gone looking at this web site and a few related links and found that it has nothing for BBB online.
I also watched the entire video (your second link) and, well, it's interesting, but I also have to take it with a very big grain of salt. Videos that seem to be simply reasons for a product, produced by the manufacturer seem to draw that "grain of salt" reaction from me.
While they have a stated guarantee (completely refund all cost and shipping and handling) I have to assume that any qualifications or directions on how to get the refund come with the package, 'cause I can't find anything on line.

So, lets look at the web site for the parent companyPetPeedSolutions ... er, well (if you looked there) maybe not.  That's not encouraging.

So, a couple of other web sites:
Old Maid Cat Lady raves about it.
While RipOffReports is obviously angry about a product that he says doesn't work.

A few oddities that make me uncomfortable - as if the above shouldn't be enough - why would anyone spray an unknown substance on their carpet or furniture, leave it and pretend that not only is the original "item" still present but whatever is the cleaner is also there .... ???

BTW, other than the one entry on RipOffReports, I can't find anything about the product of the company that they didn't produce themselves .... very odd ...

Al Jones
Much appreciated that you taking time and effort to look it up. You shed some light on that.
What is your favorite product to clean up this old mess?
Many thanks in advance
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PostSubject: Re: Pet old stain and odor   Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:43 pm

Since I only have one rug in my place and the dogs sleep on it they've been nice enough to not leave me any presents there. The tile in the kitchen on the other hand seems to call to both of them. Soap, water and vinegar ..... and a bit of elbow grease.
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PostSubject: Re: Pet old stain and odor   Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:53 pm

Lucky you! I have been washing the rug back and forward a few times now in this summer but still have no luck. It real smell. I wish I can just throw it away.
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PostSubject: Re: Pet old stain and odor   Sun Aug 31, 2014 1:10 am

Nature's Miracle. It works really well and can be purchased in most pet stores. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Pet old stain and odor   Sun Aug 31, 2014 9:50 am

I agree with Kim, I too like Natures Miracle. I have not used the Natures Miracle for carpet machines but that might be what you need for an old stink stain. Also, the pet store should have a black light available to find the source of said order. Best of luck!
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