Carpet Stain Removal – Cat Vomit

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Cat owners know that cats can be a real pain to clean up after at times. They knock things over, leave hair everywhere and often vomit up fur balls on your carpet. Even if you only have one room of carpet in your home they will find a way to make that room their favorite place to vomit. This article will give you some advice on cleaning cat vomit from your carpets so that you can get back to enjoying your pet.

The first thing you need to do is clean up as much of the material from the surface as possible. Using dye free paper towels, scoop up any material you can and then blot up any remaining liquid. Next try using a damp cloth on the spot. Do not use any cleaner at this time. First try just plain water. You will be surprised at what plain water can do. Gently blot the spot , do not rub, until the stain is gone or until no more of the stain transfers. If the stain is still present you can now use a bottle of your favorite stain remover. Spray the cleaner on a rag or paper towel and gently dab the spot until the stain is gone or no more color transfers to the towel. Once again be sure to dab the spot and do not rub it. Lastly spray a mixture of 1 part white distilled vinegar to 2 parts water on the spot to neutralize the spot cleaner. Let it sit for a few seconds and then blot the solution up with a rag or paper towel.

That’s all there is to it. It will only take you a few minutes and then you can get back to enjoying your pet. Good luck.