Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Odor Eater?

Okay, I'd like to move on from thoughts and descriptions of doggie deposits on my rug as much as anyone, but I am still dealing with it, and I figure who better to help than the Internets?

The spots are coming out very well, but I think I have an odor problem. I mean the rug has odor. I don't have a very good nose so I'm not sure if it's the smell of dog doo, carpet cleaner, baking soda, or some unholy combination of them all. I wish it would be sunny so I could put the thing outside. What's my best bet for stench removal? Will an Oxy-something product help?

Oh, and while you're at it, what's the answer to the question of life, the universe, and everything?

5 comments:

Carrie said...

You need an enzime cleaner. They sell them at the pet store. I like Nature's Miracle Stain and Oder Remover or BacOut.

Guruzilla said...

Cleanse it with fire! :D

Stacie said...

I have no answers - we had to throw our area rug out after our beagle ate a tub of butter and then... well, you know. We steam cleaned it, used every kind of cleaner imaginable... and then threw it out.

Good luck - hopefully you don't have our same fate!

Kevin K said...

I'd just rub more poo all over the rest of the rug...that way it will match!

Amy said...

Well, it's 42. I don't know you well, but I figured you knew that. :)
As for the rug, we used Nature's Miracle (cat pee) and for one-time accidents, it took the smell right out. Assuming it's an area rug, a couple good spot-cleanings and you'll know if it can be saved.