HOW TO REMOVE PET URINE FROM CARPET May 23, 2011 15:05

Carpet is one of the most common surfaces on which both cats and dogs choose to urinate.  The good news is that it's also one of the easiest to treat.

First, if the stain is fresh, blot any excess urine with paper towels. Next, completely saturate the affected area with Wee Cleaner.  You want to soak the area thoroughly, but it shouldn't be so wet that you have cleaner pooling on top of the carpet.  ("Squishy" is one way we like to describe how wet the carpet should be.)

Allow the area to dry completely.  Repeat if odor is not removed, making sure to allow 24 hours between treatments.  Old or severe stains may require several treatments.

If cleaner does not eliminate odor after 3 treatments, allow for an extended drying time of 7-10 days.  It can be frustrating to wait this extra time, but allowing the carpet and padding to dry out completely will often make all the difference.

As with any carpet cleaner, be sure to check a hidden area of carpet to check for colorfastness before proceeding to a full treatment.  This is especially true of dark or brightly colored carpets.