I use white vinegar and baking soda for stain removal. It also takes care of odor. Blot first, sprinkle with baking soda and spray on vinegar. It will bubble up. Carpet is tricky, because it may have soaked into the padding. Let the area dry, vacuum. Don't overdo either product. It's easier to repeat the process, than to clean up a lot of powder.
Do you want to find the brand and buy their product or make your own?
If you want to make your own here is a great site:
Hello. I use the oxi type carpet cleaner sorays and a rug doctor carpet steam cleaner unit.
You need an enzymatic cleaner for the stain removal. Odoban is a good disinfectant and odor neutralizer.
I do this task lots for my disabled clients who have pet accidents frequently. I like the tablets that you mix in warm water as your mixing it fresh..... not something thats been sitting on the store shelf for god knows how long. I get it on Amazon, either Fisson or Jackson Galaxy Pet Stain and Odor Remover. I put the tablets in my carpet cleaner reservoir with warm water and then do the carpet or use the upholstry tool to do furniture. Never had to do it twice.... it works. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=jackson+galaxy+stain+%26+odor+remover&crid=CYUYNHUMKX46&sprefix=jackson+glaxay+%2Caps%2C552&ref=nb_sb_ss_sc_3_15
this method works for getting pet stains out of fabric https://www.charlestoncrafted.com/getting-pet-urine-odor-out-of-a-microfiber-couch/
There is a product called Icky Poo that works well on pet stains.
We use Nature’s Miracle, which you can buy at the pet store or Target. It works great.
This one is my favorite: https://amzn.to/370aQgN
This is a good DIY method
I use Young Living's Thieves cleaner for accidents from our dog. Here is more info: https://www.aratariathome.com/blog/non-toxic-switches-we-have-made
Hi Michele, hope these help you out,