*IMPORTANT: For urine contamination, saturate an area wider than the surface stain. Urine is absorbed both horizontally and vertically, in a pyramid-like pattern which makes the contaminated are below the surface larger than the surface stain. See illustration above.
- Remove any solid residue and blot up excess moisture.
- Check for color fastness. If carpet is not colorfast, do not use.
- Completely saturate the contaminated area.
- Using a soft clean white cloth, vigorously rub the area into a form, then blot up. Repeat this process 3 to 4 times until stain and contamination have been removed.
- For urine contamination, COMPLETELY* resaturate the area to provide additional solution to break down, separate and lift up any remaining residual contamination. Wait 2 to 3 minutes, blot HARD and then let air dry.
Recommended Practice for Best Results:
After the stain and odor have been removed and the area is completely dry, wipe down the area with clean water and a soft white cloth to remove surface cleaning agents. If surface cleaning agents are not thoroughly removed, they will continue to work (cleaning the dirt off of the bottoms of feet and shoes) and the area will become RE-soiled more easily. This is an advisable practice with ANY cleaning solution.