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While we are all doing our best to housebreak our pups, sometimes accidents do happen. I have a great product for the spot stains that is an enzyme cleaner, but does anyone know of a rug shampoo that you can put in a machine to clean the entire rug. I am getting a new puppy in a few weeks and want to make sure that the rug is cleaned before she comes. No traces of Jack's previous accidents. If I use the stuff that I have now, it would cost me a fortune to do the whole rug. I am looking for an enzyme cleaner that you can dilute for the machine. Thanks!

PS How did you guys get the pics at the bottom of your posts? Especially the ones that change. I managed to put a picture on the side, but that's it. Thanks again. :D
 

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Originally posted by saltymalty@Feb 16 2005, 09:16 AM
I'm not really sure if this would work or what type of carpet cleaning machine you have, but you could try a product like Oxy-Clean diluted in water.  Maybe if you check their website.  Another suggestion would be to contact the carpet cleaner manufacturer to see if they have any recommendations or special products.  You also may want to look into getting a "fiber sealer" for your carpet.  It's kind of like scotchguard.  My neighbor uses it on her rugs twice a year.  We have antique orientals, so they are not treated, nor is the puppy allowed anywhere near them.  She's confined to a small area of my kitchen right now.
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That fiber sealer, is it a spray or is it something to put in the rug scrubber?

PS I have a hoover spin brush. Is oxyclean an enzyme cleaner that gets rid of the oder and stain completely? I tried it in my wash for a while and I didn't notice any difference in the whites.
 
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