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karen1980
30-06-2011, 08:19 PM
Any suggetsions please?

Im trying to clear Lily's pen this weekend as im in the house on my own and thought of bringing the devil children in for company and to see if it would work before thinking to adopt a house bun but am scared they will pee on the carpet and it wont come out.

I want to be fully prepared so any ideas would be appreciated!
Thanks

Jenova
30-06-2011, 08:26 PM
1001 troubleshooter. :mrgreen:

http://www.1001carpetcare.co.uk/index.php/1001-products/troubleshooter-spot-stain-remover

DemiS
30-06-2011, 08:27 PM
I think you can get stuff in the pound shop that gets animal wee out of carpets :)

karen1980
30-06-2011, 08:31 PM
Thanks, I was thinking bicarb of soda or vanish something like that but they are all tested on animals.. I'll see what I can find.

donnamt
30-06-2011, 08:32 PM
Ste used a carpet washing vax on the stain that was my fault from the binbag that leaked :oops:

wee stain totally gone :D :D

BattleKat
30-06-2011, 08:33 PM
white vinegar and bicarb removes most smells and stains from virtually anything.

I've used it to remove all sorts of stains from my carpets. :)

little-laura
30-06-2011, 09:15 PM
i am rug doctoring the carpets when we move out lol

Nicola1
30-06-2011, 09:16 PM
Thanks, I was thinking bicarb of soda or vanish something like that but they are all tested on animals.. I'll see what I can find.

M&S have an awesome carpet stain remover that is BUAV approved :D

karen1980
30-06-2011, 09:18 PM
Nicola thanks is it in the supermarket bit? Im that way tomorrow so will drop by and get some in preparation. Its going to be a stressful weekend
Lily was always so good but keeping an eye on 3 bunnies will certainly keep me busy!

Nicola1
30-06-2011, 09:21 PM
Nicola thanks is it in the supermarket bit? Im that way tomorrow so will drop by and get some in preparation. Its going to be a stressful weekend
Lily was always so good but keeping an eye on 3 bunnies will certainly keep me busy!

It is in the supermarket part :wave: just with the other cleaning bits, I think it is called Carpet and Fabric Stain Remover.

Astonish and Bio-D do good BUAV approved cleaning things as well but not sure if they do carpet cleaners

donnamt
30-06-2011, 09:23 PM
is it a stain or preperation for a possible weeing???

if you get it fresh don't use any chemicals i used white vinegar once (after reading on here) and it just spread worse :shock: just warm water and a cloth works with fresh pee :wave:

whitehood
30-06-2011, 09:23 PM
A steam cleaner

clutterydrawer
30-06-2011, 09:59 PM
bicarb mixed with laundry powder or liquid (but test in n inconspicuous part of the carpet first as sometimes it cleans the colour out aswell as the pee!)

karen1980
01-07-2011, 07:58 AM
is it a stain or preperation for a possible weeing???

if you get it fresh don't use any chemicals i used white vinegar once (after reading on here) and it just spread worse :shock: just warm water and a cloth works with fresh pee :wave:

Its in preparation, you can normally tell when they are going to pee but I want to be super careful as one of them I think isnt so litter trained the other 2 are fine.

Kermit
01-07-2011, 07:59 AM
Vinegar spray has been the best thing that i have used :)

GrahamL
01-07-2011, 08:33 AM
Dyson Dysolv :love:

Its the only thing i've found that gets even old (up to a year :shock:) urine stains up.

Dyson say its animal safe (i called them) but obviously, use at your own risk.

karen1980
01-07-2011, 08:36 AM
Thanks im being a good girl scout being prepared.

I figured bringing the 3 in for a try out would make me tidy Lily's things away as I guess it is time too as much as its going to hurt :cry:

I can then later assess if the 3 dont get on indooors if I want to think about adopting again x

Kermit
01-07-2011, 08:40 AM
It took me a while to pack up Kermit's stuff. I still have it all in the loft.

karen1980
01-07-2011, 08:46 AM
Kermit, yes, 4 months this saturday to the date :cry:

I feel embarrased when people come round because they are looking for the bunny that isnt there :roll:

Im thinking I can oput it in my spare room perhaps, please dont think im gross but its all as she left it, water bottle fur, poopies everything. Its gonna break my heart clearing it up :cry:

Nicola1
01-07-2011, 07:41 PM
Kermit, yes, 4 months this saturday to the date :cry:

I feel embarrased when people come round because they are looking for the bunny that isnt there :roll:

Im thinking I can oput it in my spare room perhaps, please dont think im gross but its all as she left it, water bottle fur, poopies everything. Its gonna break my heart clearing it up :cry:

*hugs*

RampantRabbits
01-07-2011, 07:54 PM
"Simple Solution" Stain and odour remover. I got mine from the farm shop, was about 4 but i swear by it!!! I think it has a money back guarentee too :wave:

karen1980
01-07-2011, 08:22 PM
*hugs*

Thanks Nicola xxx

purplebumble
01-07-2011, 08:54 PM
ive sworn by simple solution even for old ingrained subtley hidden bunny wees!!

i also then steam clean it..the heat makes it all evaporate faster;)

poor you..its coming up to a year since losing salem and my beloved bun bif. i hoovered my room eventually thought id got rid of everything..then i steam cleaned and was soo upset to find itd raised a handful of bifs fur i never even thought was there.:cry:

now ive got to hoover the carpet upstairs from where i had elsee and maxine penned off...its:cry: covered in poo and to my horror...weee everywhere:shock:
luckily last night i found whats left of my bottle of simple solution and hopefully tomorrow will be ok to hoover..treat and steam that area of upstairs carpet:wave:

fresh wee..soak up with kitchen roll..or a puppy pad till it soaks most of it up. get a scrubbing brush..a small tub of warm water and any antibacterial handwash;)