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I can't seem to get the smell of pee out of the carpet in the bedroom. My ds had an accident (we sometimes sleep on the floor on a mat together). I didn't realize it had gone through the mat and gotten into the carpet, and I think by the time I did notice, it had really soaked in. I've tried soap, baking soda, enzymes...I can't seem to get rid of it. I'd be glad for ANY and ALL suggestions. This is a rental, otherwise I'd rip out the carpet. Thanks.
 

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Do I just pour it over the smelly spot, or should I dilute it and spray?
 

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We got this recipe over the internet when we had a puppy. We used it more than a year ago and there's still no smell. It was like a miracle, and it saved our carpet. We made TONS of this stuff and completely soaked our living room floor.<br><br>
2 cups hydrogen peroxide<br>
2 tsp baking soda<br>
2 small drops liquid dishwashing soap<br><br>
Place all ingredients in glass jar or bowl, gently stir until BS is dissolved. Pour over area, let soak the spot, then let sit for 24 hours. Then blot up any excess liquid and allow to dry completely.<br><br>
I hope this helps.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">We got this recipe over the internet when we had a puppy. We used it more than a year ago and there's still no smell. It was like a miracle, and it saved our carpet. We made TONS of this stuff and completely soaked our living room floor.<br><br>
2 cups hydrogen peroxide<br>
2 tsp baking soda<br>
2 small drops liquid dishwashing soap<br><br>
Place all ingredients in glass jar or bowl, gently stir until BS is dissolved. Pour over area, let soak the spot, then let sit for 24 hours. Then blot up any excess liquid and allow to dry completely.<br><br>
I hope this helps.</div>
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This sounds really hopeful. Sorry if this is a dumb question, but won't the peroxide "bleach" the carpet?
 

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Peroxide won't bleach a carpet that's 100% synthetic. If there are natural fibers, it might bleach it. Try it in an inconspicuous spot first.
 

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