Pet stain (cat vomit) won't budge, after multiple treatments

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  • Pat Pat on Nov 04, 2017
    unless previous treatments have set the stain, should remove easily with a paste of Ocyclean. Let set until not quite dry, vac up or sweep, blot with clean water and repeat if needed.
  • Katie Dressler Katie Dressler on Nov 04, 2017
    I had two cats for 17 yrs. and one or the other vomited just about every day on light green carpet. I let dry and used the nozzle with no brush and vacuumed well. Spray with 2 parts water and one part vinegar. Scrub with a toothbrush. Blot with paper towels and let dry. Repeat a few more times if necessary. It really helped but I guess it depends on what they eat! good luck! Katie Dressler, Winter Haven, FL

  • Sch27257268 Sch27257268 on Nov 04, 2017
    I have good luck with ZEP Spot Remover. Spray it on, leave it to air dry. Or, as second choice, Spot Shot.
  • Irene Irene on Nov 04, 2017
    Spray stain with white vinegar, then sprinkle with baking soda. Leave 24-48 hours, cover with a plate or bowl to avoid stepping on spot. Remove plate or bowl, let air dry and then vacuum. The spot should be gone.
  • Ogmom Ogmom on Nov 04, 2017
    SCOE10 has several products. is it on floor or rug?
  • PAMELA PAMELA on Nov 04, 2017
    WHAT WORRIES ME, IS THAT THE CAT IS VOMITING, THAT IS NOT NORMAL. DOES YOUR CAT GO OUTSIDE, PERHAPS ATE A LIZZARD OR BUG, BUT IF NOT, YOU HAVE A SICK KITTEN. FOR VOMIT...FIRST USE A GREASE RELEASER LIQUID EXTRACT THAT AND THEN ADD WHITE VINEGAR AND SMALL AMOUNT OF LIQUID DISH SOAP IN ANOTHER SPRAY BOTTLE. USE A BRUSH THAT IS NOT TO STIFF YOU COULD MESS UP THE CARPET FIBERS. , BLOT UP, OR BETTER YET USE AN EXTRACTOR APPLIANCE. SPRAY CLEAN WATER ON SPOT AS YOU EXTRACT, THEN BLOT DRY WITH TOWELS.
    • Rosy Reilly Rosy Reilly on Nov 04, 2017
      Inside cat...we feed her premium food. And brush her daily. She usually vomits up hair, so she is grooming herself in places the brush won't reach.
  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Nov 04, 2017
    Insurance claim???
  • 27524803 27524803 on Nov 04, 2017
    The mixture of equal parts Dawn and peroxide should do the job.... sometimes it is not the product used... it is the time you allow it to sit and soak.
  • Dfm Dfm on Nov 04, 2017
    i have a cat with food allergies...give him the wrong food and he "tags" anything from the carpet to the walls. if you try to clean it up "wet" use a paper towel, be careful not to mush down on it. i prefer to have it air dry then take an old fork to the carpet to break up the solids, then vacuum. if it looks like a discoloration is happening use an enzyme cleaner. naturals miracle etc.
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