If you ask any pet parent what a pet adds to life, the first few things they will likely say are joy and companionship, not messes. But as every pet parent knows, a furry companion is bound to have an accident every once and awhile. Luckily, with the right pet stain and odor removal tools on hand, cleaning up those messes is no big deal. Those unexpected pet messes and the inevitable odors are what inspire us every day in our labs. The results are effective stain and odor removal products for pet messes, no matter big or small.
When it comes to stain removers, and the best way to go about removing stains, the list is pretty much endless. Grape juice, pet accidents, motor oil, mud; we could go on and on. That means that how to get a stain out is a tough question to answer. We get asked all the time how to remove stains, what is the best stain remover for carpet, or how to remove set-in stains, and we usually start with the question: Do you have any idea what kind of stain it is? If not, that’s fine. We can help with that too. But there are also some common messes we think everyone should know how to clean up, so we’re sharing tips on how to get a stain out for three pretty popular messes.
When do you spay or neuter a dog or cat? For years, you’ve probably heard that the best age for this reproductive surgery is six months, but times change. Veterinary experts and pet owners are taking a closer look at when it should occur. And the answer isn’t what you might think.
Memorial Weekend marks the start of summer. The weather is warm, the plants are in full bloom, pools are opening, and everyone wants to be outside. Don’t let your kick off to summer be ruined by stains and spills around your house. With people running in and out, it’s inevitable that stains will happen, but we have a great solution.
Has your cat peed on your carpet before? Is the stain or smell still lingering? Don't worry, BISSELL can get cat urine smells and stains out of your carpet. Mike Foote, one of our chemists, has some tips and tricks for you and explains why enzyme cleaners are the best options for old cat urine smells, while oxy based cleaners work well for stains.
Winter is still in full effect, which means both you and your pet are spending more time indoors. Frigid temps mean more cuddles by the fire, but also mean accidents become more common when your pet finds it’s too chilly to ‘go’ outside. But not to worry, this common stain can be easily tackled if you stick to the tips below.