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- April 23, 2007 at 9:34 pm #251689Guest
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.
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
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.
Ahhh…imagining that irresistible “new car” smell?
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