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  1. #1
    Jennifer Huff
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    Default HELP!! Dog PEED in car!!!!

    Yesterday, the whole family was traveling in the car so the dog had

    to ride in the back of the minivan. She was whinning as she usually

    does because she likes to sit up front. When we got to my in-laws

    house, we discovered that she peed on the far back seat of my mini-

    van-the only seat I cannot remove from the van!!!! She peed right on

    the bench seat and some also leaked down into the storage well (I

    have a Mazda MPV). We soaked up what we could with bath towels and

    paper towels and then I dumped a whole container of corn starch onto

    the seat, the floor and the storage well. Vaccuum cleaner was broken

    and Scrub a Dub machines were closed. So after work today, I went to

    Scrub a Dub, vaccuumed the corn starch up, put an upholstery cleaner

    on, wiped that up and then sprayed Febreeze. My windows have been

    open since yesterday, and the car still stinks! Also, there are still

    stains. I am concerned that the pee soaked into the seat so far that

    I cannot get it out and that the car will stink forever and I will

    never be able to shut my windows again!!! If anyone has any ideas, I

    would really appreciate it.

    Thank you!

    Jennifer








  2. #2
    marie selders
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    Default HELP!! Dog PEED in car!!!!

    There's some stuff called Kids 'n Pets, I think. I used it when my kitty went on the linoleum. It has enzymes in it and will get rid of the stink. I found it at Fred Meyer (I'm in Alaska). It wasn't cheap, but it was effective.

    Jennifer Huff <gjhuff44@earthlink.net> wrote: Yesterday, the whole family was traveling in the car so the dog had
    to ride in the back of the minivan. She was whinning as she usually
    does because she likes to sit up front. When we got to my in-laws
    house, we discovered that she peed on the far
    back seat of my mini-
    van-the only seat I cannot remove from the van!!!! She peed right on
    the bench seat and some also leaked down into the storage well (I
    have a Mazda MPV). We soaked up what we could with bath towels and
    paper towels and then I dumped a whole container of corn starch onto
    the seat, the floor and the storage well. Vaccuum cleaner was broken
    and Scrub a Dub machines were closed. So after work today, I went to
    Scrub a Dub, vaccuumed the corn starch up, put an upholstery cleaner
    on, wiped that up and then sprayed Febreeze. My windows have been
    open since yesterday, and the car still stinks! Also, there are still
    stains. I am concerned that the pee soaked into the seat so far that
    I cannot get it out and that the car will stink forever and I will
    never be able to shut my windows again!!! If anyone has any ideas, I
    would really appreciate it.
    Thank
    you!
    Jennifer




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  3. #3
    DGates
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    Default HELP!! Dog PEED in car!!!!

    call someone with a carpet cleaning business they usually handles this stuff and they have products specific for this.

    Donna SAHM and loving it.

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    Sabrena
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    I know that my local walmart sells ODO-BAN very great stuff...it gets the smell out of things...just use it like it says on the directions, I know it helped with my mattress when my son had a blow out and the smell was AWFUL!
    Sabrena

    [quote]
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Jennifer Huff
    To: Budget 101
    Sent: Monday, April 23, 2007 4:34 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : HELP!! Dog PEED in car!!!!





    Yesterday, the whole family was traveling in the car so the dog had
    to ride in the back of the minivan. She was whinning as she usually
    does because she likes to sit up front. When we got to my in-laws
    house, we discovered that she peed on the far back seat of my mini-
    van-the only seat I cannot remove from the van!!!! She peed right on
    the bench seat and some also leaked down into the storage well (I
    have a Mazda MPV). We soaked up what we could with bath towels and
    paper towels and then I dumped a whole container of corn starch onto
    the seat, the floor and the storage well. Vaccuum cleaner was broken
    and Scrub a Dub machines were closed. So after work today, I went to
    Scrub a Dub, vaccuumed the corn starch up, put an upholstery cleaner
    on, wiped that up and then sprayed Febreeze. My windows have been
    open since yesterday, and the car still stinks! Also, there are still

    stains. I am concerned that the pee soaked into the seat so far that
    I cannot get it out and that the car will stink forever and I will
    never be able to shut my windows again!!! If anyone has any ideas, I
    would really appreciate it.
    Thank you!
    Jennifer





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    bmxnina
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Jennifer Huff <gjhuff44@...> wrote:

    >

    > Yesterday, the whole family was traveling in the car so the dog

    had

    > to ride in the back of the minivan. She was whinning as she

    usually

    > does because she likes to sit up front. When we got to my in-laws

    > house, we discovered that she peed on the far back seat of my mini-

    > van-the only seat I cannot remove from the van!!!! She peed right

    on

    > the bench seat and some also leaked down into the storage well (I

    > have a Mazda MPV). We soaked up what we could with bath towels and

    > paper towels and then I dumped a whole container of corn starch

    onto

    > the seat, the floor and the storage well. Vaccuum cleaner was

    broken

    > and Scrub a Dub machines were closed. So after work today, I went

    to

    > Scrub a Dub, vaccuumed the corn starch up, put an upholstery

    cleaner

    > on, wiped that up and then sprayed Febreeze. My windows have been

    > open since yesterday, and the car still stinks! Also, there are

    still

    > stains. I am concerned that the pee soaked into the seat so far

    that

    > I cannot get it out and that the car will stink forever and I will

    > never be able to shut my windows again!!! If anyone has any ideas,

    I

    > would really appreciate it.

    > Thank you!

    > Jennifer

    >

    vinegar is supposed to remove urine, or buy a product at the pet

    store that removes urine








  6. #6
    ~trina~
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    Default HELP!! Dog PEED in car!!!!

    Buy a thing of NATURE'S MIRACLE? At a Petco/petstore

    OR use SIMPLE GREEN

    ~trina~










  7. #7
    Theresa Basinger
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    Default HELP!! Dog PEED in car!!!!

    Jennifer Huff wrote:

    >

    > we discovered that she peed on the far back seat of my mini-van-

    >







    I have never tried it, but have heard only excellent things about odor x

    it. http://www.odorxit.com/ It seems a bit expensive, but if I had the

    stench in my car I would be willing to do just about anything to get rid

    of it. Best of luck.



    Theresa










  8. #8
    Sarah Long
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    We breed dogs so this is a common thing that we are very good at dealing with now! Arm & Hammer makes a spray on foam for carpets and upholstery specifically designed for pets. You spray it on heavy and then let it dry COMPLETELY before using it again. I get it here at Dollar General for around $3.00. It works the best out of anything that we've tried including the really expensive stuff.

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