First the bad news: Not all urine stains are removable. Thetypes of damage caused vary according to the urine content. Thisis determined by the pet's diet, age, sex, and any medicationsbeing taken. If it is removable, the following steps may get itout.
1. Blot up the urine as soon as you discover it. Use plainwhite paper towels to avoid dye transfer.
2. Mix 1/4 teaspoon liquid dishwashing detergent (non-bleachand non-lanolin) in a cup of warm water. Apply this to the spot.
3. Blot up the moisture, rinse with warm water, and apply moreof the detergent mixture. Rinse, and continue the process untilyou don't see any urine transfer to the paper towels.
4. Mix two tablespoons of ammonia in a cup of water. Apply thisto the spot, blot it up, rinse with warm water, and repeat. Blotthe area dry.
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