How To Get Rid Of A Urine Stain

Nov, 2020Stain and Odour Removal, Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery Cleaning

How To Get A Urine Stain Out Of Upholstery:

 

How to get rid of a urine stain from upholstery

How to get rid of urine stains. If the stain is fresh follow these 6 easy steps to extract the urine:

 

Step 1: Blot any excess urine from the upholstery, being careful not to spread the stain, or push it further into the upholstery.

Step 2: Mix a solution of two cups of cool water, one tablespoon washing up liquid, and one tablespoon of white vinegar.

Step 3: Using this solution, blot the spot with a clean cloth until the excess is absorbed.

Step 4: Repeat steps 2-4 until the spot from the urine is removed from the upholstery. If that removes the stain then go to step 6. Otherwise, continue on with the next step.

Step 5: If the stain remains use an eyedropper/ cotton bud to apply a few drops of 3% hydrogen peroxide to the spot, followed by a few drops of ammonia.

Advisory Note: Test both the hydrogen peroxide and ammonia in an inconspicuous location of your upholstery to make sure it does not damage it before using either on your urine stain.

Step 6: Now that the stain is removed you should use some cold water and a clean cloth and blot the area to remove the cleaning solution, and then blot dry.

Helpful Hint: Be sure to get the upholstery only as wet as is necessary to remove the stain.

How To Get A Urine Stain Out Of Carpet:

The steps, above, to get a urine stain out of upholstery are the same for carpet.

How To Get A  Urine Out Of A Mattress:

These steps to get a urine stain out of upholstery can be applied to get a urine stain out of a mattress.

If you require assistance with a particular Stain, please contact us at Acleanerplace by telephoning:
01786 817401 / 07934 557 188, or by emailing info@acleanerplace.co.uk or via our Contacts page. Alternatively, we are available on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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