Cleaning Vintage Upholstery

August 10th, 2008 in blog     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Meet Lilly, my Jack Russell Terrier. Nutorious for causing trouble.
Mom gets in on the act. Stars can be so high mantainence.
Meet Lilly, my Jack Russell Terrier. Nutorious for causing trouble.

Meet Lilly, my Jack Russell Terrier. Nutorious for causing trouble.


 

 

Nature’s Miracle – Pet Stain and Odor Remover

I know this is a stinky job, but someone has to do it. Look at it this way, better my nose than yours doing the smell tests! Have you ever purchased an upholstered piece of furniture from an open-air market, brought it home with excitement, and then discovered it was used as a litter box by the previous owner’s kitty? I have to admit that I have made this mistake on more than one occasion. This is exactly why I sacrificed my nose. The good news is, I think I’m in love! I have been trying, for what seems like an eternity to come up with a fool proof method of removing pet stains and odors from the those vintage upholstered pieces and the well-worn rugs picked up at the flea markets. I’ve followed all of the suggested cleaning guidelines and numerous products, but have been wholly unsuccessful until now. I like the pet stain cleaners that clean "organically," which means they use natural enzymes to eliminate the stain, and specific kinds of bacteria that actually digest the waste and thus the source of the odor, so Nature’s Miracle is paws down the best product I’ve tried thus far.

Nature’s Miracle comes in a handy 1.5 gallon size with a battery operated sprayer for easy application. I had a little trouble with the sprayer, but knowing myself as well as I do, I attribute that to operator error. Simply follow the directions on the container and say good-bye to pet problems and hello to fragrance free furniture. For further information and other products in the line please visit www.nature makesitwork.com.

Tip: If you are having trouble removing odor, it may be because some stains are difficult to see, therefore left untreated. To solve this problem purchase a UV flashlight for urine detection from your local pet store.


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