Upon finding pet urination on your carpets, take some napkins, toilet paper, etc.. and absorb the bulk of it as soon as you can. We do not suggest using off the shelf spotting chemicals unless you have a means of removing that chemical (ie..carpet extractor machine). Depending on how big the puddle/spot was and how long it was left without attention, you could have a situation where the urine sank into the pad which requires professional extraction equipment to clean.

If you do have pets that occasionally don't make it to the litter box, a carpet extractor or spotter machine is a must, this way you can treat the stain with off the self chemicals then extract those chemicals (along with the urine). If either the urine and/or the chemical is left in the carpet for an extended period of time, you could end up with permanent carpet fiber discoloration.

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