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Rug Doctor Urine Eliminator Cleaner - 2pk

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  • Specially formulated to remove odors and stains associated with urine, vomit, feces, blood, perspiration and other pet and human-origin stains
  • Active enzymes eliminate the source of the stain and odor
  • For use on carpets, upholstery, mattresses, color-safe fabrics and more
  • Trigger spray makes it easy to apply
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  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002WPK1D2
  • Item model number: 04019
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,124 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Rug Doctor's Urine Eliminator is specially formulated to remove odors and stains associated with urine, vomit, feces, blood, perspiration and other pet and human-origin stains. Active enzymes eliminate the source of the stain and odor. It can be used on carpets, upholstery, mattresses, color-safe fabrics and more. Urine Eliminator is safe for humans and pets.


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I really was skeptical about it really working.
Thomas
For fresh spots, we grab newspaper and blot up as much as possible, then spray the spot well and put a couple of damp paper towels over it.
Ann Onymous
We found it worked better than any other product we had purchased previously for removing the stain and smell.
Sharon Riley

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ann Onymous on January 2, 2012
We've always had two or three dogs at a time and there always seems to be one in the crowd that just doesn't get the idea of asking to go outside when he/she needs to. Our rugs had collected stains and, I'm sure, smells that the dogs could detect. There were stains that even the professional carpet cleaner wasn't getting out. When a stray puppy adopted us recently I found the UE and can tell you that it does work on fresh spots and old stains! For fresh spots, we grab newspaper and blot up as much as possible, then spray the spot well and put a couple of damp paper towels over it. To keep the puppy from playing with the towels, I cover them with floor tiles left over from the latest remodeling. Because the UE has live enzymes that actually consume the urine, you have to keep it damp for a day or two to keep them alive while they do their thing. For old stains, we just spray thoroughly and cover with damp towel and tile. It has cleaned spots I thought were going to be permanent and works on any human or animal body fluids or waste. Great for not-quite-potty trained toddlers and upset stomach incidents.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By thrifty mom on February 6, 2012
With a recent move toa new home, our 6 yr. old shipoo has become a little possesive of her new bedroom and has been marking the carpet and not telling us when she needs to go outside. She has been relieving herself in the early morning hours and not barking like she used to to let us know she needs to go outside to pee. Until I can catch her in the act and stop the behavior, I needed to find a resolution. I read reviews online and purchased a few things that will hopefully help you resolve your problem. Get a trouble light with a long cord, also get a black light - they make them in the new twirly light style and that worked best (over the traditional lightbuld style black light), buy the rug doctor urine eliminator. When it gets dark, turn the trouble light on with the black light installed and hold it a foot or so away from the floor. The urine spots will glow! Kid you not. It's the coolest thing. You only need to saturate the spots you find. You do not need to saturate the entire carpet. Read the directions on the back of the bottle and follow them. In hours your home will be smelling fresh and new again. If you have kids, you can then take the black light into your own bathroom and shine it especially around the toilet. You'll be discustingly amazed at what you find ;-) ... good luck! I highly recommend this product!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By LaurieLou on May 14, 2013
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I have much experience with cat spray. Scout is neutered, so the smell is not so bad but it must be thoroughly removed for him to stop spraying in that particular spot. (He will then find another area). I have been using Kids & Pets Stain & Odor Remover, which I also purchased from Amazon, and it does work but Rug Doctor puts it to shame! Rug Doctor removes the smell AND the stain, even stains I have worked on for months. They disappear! And unlike Kids & Pets, it doesn't leave a sticky feel and telltale odor.

My most recent success story: Scout had sprayed the back of a chair in my office and it ran down and pooled on a very big and very nice oriental rug, particularly the fringe. SO impossible to clean without moving major furniture and taking the rug to a cleaning service. However, I put a towel down to cover the hardwood under the fringe, placed wax paper over the towel and then sprayed the fringe and rug heavily in the effected area. Next I placed a wet cloth on top of the area. Left it two days until the cloth dried on it's own. The fringe was dry also, clean, and fresh as a daisy!! I LOVE THIS STUFF!

I am a very patient person; I continue to deal with Scout's spraying. But I feel I am now armed with a resource to help me through the ordeal!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Texas Girl on May 1, 2011
After adopting a second cat (who apparently wasn't completely litter box trained) he decided to pee on the carpet in my bedroom. And it was a huge spot...I don't know how he did it. It smelled to high Heaven and since I hadn't had a cat since childhood, I had no idea how to get that God awful cat pee smell out. The first and only product I tried was Rug Doctor Urine Eliminator. I saturated the spot with about 3/4 of the bottle, opened some windows and let it sit over night. The next day I was on my hands and knees with my nose in the carpet and couldn't smell a thing. In fact, it smelled quite fresh. I was amazed! Since it was a fresh pee spot I can't say if it gets outs stains, but it certainly got out the smell. For that I gave it 5 stars.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Gurney on December 29, 2012
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I already have two dogs who are housebroken and great with not attempting to ruin every carpet that I own. However, I was headed to the grocery store and nearly hit a chihuahua in the parking lot with my car. After a valiant two week attempt to locate the dog's owner (people, please microchip your dogs), we've resigned ourselves to the fact that she's here until we can find a good home for her. I guess from living outside on the street for so long, she is deathly afraid of cars. It has become a problem because, when we go outside, she tucks her tail between her legs and just runs for the front door over and over. We're trying to help her get over this problem, but unfortunately, in the meantime, this means a lot of accidents in the house. I ordered this because the cleaner I purchased at the supermarket just wasn't cutting it.

It's a great product, although sometimes it takes more than one use to get the doggie pee stains and smell out of the carpet. However, it works much MUCH better than the supermarket Resolve pet odor stuff, which just basically spread the stain and faded it a bit, but never actually took it out. I would give this five stars, but, for the price, I expected it to be a bit speedier (I end up using a LOT of product trying to get a single stain out).

If there are people having a difficult time with it, it DOES work, you just have to do some work too. Here is what I've done that has worked well:

1. I pretreat the stain with a mixture of half vinegar, half water. When that is done, I further pretreat it with some Hydrogen Peroxide (make sure the bottle says it's 3%, no higher, or you WILL bleach your carpet) mixed with a few drops of dish washing liquid (before you freak out about the peroxide, do you have any idea what's in OxyClean?
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