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Urine Stain Removers

Protect your mattress from unpeasant urine odors and stains. Our stain removers fight tough urine stains and odor at the core. designed for soft absorbent mattresses and rough carpets. Our store carries stain removers in both travel size and full size. Also available in concentrated solution.

How Stain Removers Work

A stain is a discoloration that can be clearly seen from the surface or material on which it is found. When you have small children, who are playful or wetting the bed or incontinent adult, or your favorite pet, stains are bound to be found on carpet, floor or bed and you know how difficult it can be to remove urine stains and odors. Urine, contains uric acid crystals, which can only be removed by using an enzyme-based cleaning product. Most stain removers rely on a combination of chemical strategies to remove or mask stains. Stain removers commonly are solvents, surfactants, and enzymes. They are powerful oxidizing agent, that works largely by breaking the chemical bonds that hold large organic molecules together, rendering them soluble and easier to remove by washing and simply "hide" the stain

A stain remover typically employs one or more of the following four techniques:

Dissolve the Stain in a solvent - Stain removers often contain alcohol which acts as a solvent for both water-based and oil-based stains.

Emulsify the stain - This technique is based on the surfactants, which cover the stain and lift it from the surface.

Digest the Stain - Oxidizers can break apart a long-colored molecule, making it easier to lift away or sometimes rendering it colorless.

Hide the Stain - Many stain removers contain whiteners they may render the stain invisible or draw the eye away from it or making it less noticeable.

How to Choose A Stain Remover

Stains like Urine or any kind of spill are difficult to remove with just regular soap and water. What you’ll need is an enzyme-based product, which work to break down the uric acid crystals found in urine. A major trick to good cleaning is to match the solvent to the stain and to the stained surface. Once you’ve taken note of what caused the stain and the surface that needs to be cleaned, you will want to choose the stain remover that will do the best job. The label on the containers of solvents will contain much useful information that may inform you as to whether it is the right one to try. When choosing stain remover, it’s essential to remember important factors.

The faster a stain is treated, the easier it is to remove

Before using a stain remover on your carpet or floor, it’s best to make sure that you know it will work.

It’s important to remember that stain removers with ammonia has a pungent aroma that can affect humans and pets.

Don’t use a steam cleaner when dealing with urine spots because the heat will set the stain and the smell.

For fresh stains, blot as much of the stain away first and then rely on a carpet stain remover designed specifically for dirty stains.

Before using any type of stain removal, test a little area first.

How to Remove Pet Urine Stains

When your favorite pet leaves a puddle on the floor or carpet, he also leaves behind an obvious stain and odor. Cleaning up pet urine can be a frustrating and smelly job, but it doesn’t have to be. Removing a dog urine stain is easiest right after it happens, but they dry up and becomes hard to be removed. For years, the home products were used for cleaning up pet urine like baking soda or white distilled vinegar but they aren’t able to work because they do not break down the uric acid crystals. These enzyme-based urine removal products do more than dilute the urine. They break up uric acid crystals and destroy bacteria that surrounds it.

The enzyme products with the correct combination of enzymes and other ingredients to destroy the uric acid crystals really works and eliminate the bacteria surrounding the urine that causes the odor. The enzymes are applied to the stain in a liquid form and take the same path that the urine would have taken originally.

Recommended Enzyme-Based products for Pet urine Removal —

OdorZyme - A revolutionary Enzyme based formula that not only neutralizes odors on contact and removes stains but it penetrates and breaks down the source of the odors for lasting results. It immediately neutralizes stains and treat small spots with the easy to use spray on applicator.

Urine-Erase - An enzyme-based formula that is guaranteed to remove urine stains and breaks down the source of the odors for lasting results regardless of age even if there are 30-year-old set stains! An amazing product to eliminate urine odors and stains.

DP (de-pee) - This odor remover comprises of a proprietary Bio-Enzymatic formula. DP (de-pee) uses the power of nature to immediately and permanently remove stains and odors resulting from pet accidents.

Blue Marble - Made from all-natural compounds with Bio- Enzymatic formula Starts fighting urine and stain odors on impact.

How to Remove Stains from Carpet and Hardwood

How to remove old stains from carpet is important for those who want to get their carpets in tiptop shape. Every home is prone to the occasional coffee spill or dirty urine stain, when you have small babies, incontinent adults or your favorite pet. you know how difficult it can be to get rid of urine stains and odors from carpet. The reason that this type of stain is so difficult to remove is because of the uric acid crystals found in urine. which can only be removed by using an enzyme-based cleaning product.

If there are urine stains on your hard wood flooring they can be the most difficult to remove. Repeated urine stains will turn the flooring area black that indicates that there is a heavy build-up of dried uric salt crystals and wood damage has taken place.

What you need to know Before cleaning Stains

Before using any products, make sure you have checked the area you are treating for colorfastness.

Clean up urine or any stain as soon as it hits the floor and while it’s still wet.

Lightly blot the urine stain with Paper towel to remove excess urine.

Use the Recommended Enzyme-Based products for urine Removal as they penetrate and breaks down the source of the odors for lasting results and destroy bacteria that surrounds it.

OdorZyme, Urine-Erase, DP (de-pee) Blue Marble stain removers break down the uric acid crystals and work great on carpets as well as floors. Read the instructions before use for best result.

For hardwood stains treat the entire affected floor area until it is completely saturated.

Spray the stain and allow the cleaner to work for few hours. If the stain is not gone, repeat the process.

Keep children and pets away from treated area until dry.

Testimonials from Stain Remover Users

"I purchased the portable size urine stain remover for my son specially when we travel. It works great at removing small urine sport and stains from the bed in hotels!" - Jackie

"Using a urine stain remover in conjunction with a bedwetting alarm was such a good idea. These stain removers actually saved my mattress and it is just as good as new. I recommend it." - Maggie

"One Stop Bedwetting is a great site for urine stain removers. They carry a large selection of the very best urine stain removers. I buy them often for my accidents from children and pets." - Archie

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