10 Best Carpet Odour Remover

Updated on: October 2020

Best Carpet Odour Remover in 2020


Earth Rated Pet Stain And Odor Remover, Lavender-Scented, Non-Toxic Bio-Enzymatic Pet Cleaner for Dog and Cat Urine, 32 fl oz Spray Bottle

Earth Rated Pet Stain And Odor Remover, Lavender-Scented, Non-Toxic Bio-Enzymatic Pet Cleaner for Dog and Cat Urine, 32 fl oz Spray Bottle
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Zero Odor Pet Stain Remover and Molecular Odor Eliminator, 16-ounces

Zero Odor Pet Stain Remover and Molecular Odor Eliminator, 16-ounces
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Remove organic Pet Stains and Odors caused by Urine, Feces, Vomit, and Blood
  • Zero Odor Does not Mask or Cover Up Odors with Fragrances or Perfumes
  • It Permanently Eliminates All Existing Odor. And Fresh-ens to Prevent Odor Build up
  • Spray in the air and on surfaces in any room. Leaves No Scent Behind
  • Made in the USA. It is Non-toxic, Non-allergenic, Biode-gradable. Safe around pets

Earth Friendly Stain & Odor Remover Spray 22 oz. (Pack of 6)

Earth Friendly Stain & Odor Remover Spray 22 oz. (Pack of 6)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

EARTH FRIENDLY STAIN & ODOR REMOVER,SPRY, 22 FZ

EARTH FRIENDLY STAIN & ODOR REMOVER,SPRY, 22 FZ
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
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Advanced Pet Supplies Odor Eliminator and Stain Remover Carpet Cleaner with Odor Control Technology, Professional Strength Enzymatic Solution, Natural Enzymes for Carpet and Hardwood Floors (Gallon)

Advanced Pet Supplies Odor Eliminator and Stain Remover Carpet Cleaner with Odor Control Technology, Professional Strength Enzymatic Solution, Natural Enzymes for Carpet and Hardwood Floors (Gallon)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • GALLON, LIKE OTHER PET STAIN AND ODOR ELIMINATORS that leave a strong and unpleasant smell after each use, don't remove the stain completely, or simply are a waste of your time and money, Advanced Pet Supplies pet stain remover and pet odor eliminator uses powerful natural bio-enzymes to dissolve the stain and odor particles and it doesn’t leave behind a strong overwhelming smell. This means NO UNPLEASANT SMELL OR STAIN in your carpet and a SAFER, CLEANER SMELLING HOME for you and your family!
  • FINALLY, AN ODOR FREE HOME! This urine odor neutralizer is so effective that people won't even know you have pets when they visit for the first time!
  • BREAK THE MARKING CYCLE Once your pet urinates on the floor, he might do it again and again in the same spot, but this pet urine odor eliminator can prevent it by completely neutralizing the scent
  • SAFE FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Our cat and dog urine remover uses an enzyme cleaner as its active pet stain and odor remover ingredient. It's highly effective but completely nontoxic, so it won't make you, your children or your pet sick
  • SAFE FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Our cat and dog urine remover uses an enzyme cleaner as its active pet stain and odor remover ingredient. It's highly effective but completely nontoxic, so it won't make you, your children or your pet sick

Colourlock Odour Remover Spray for Leather and Textiles to Remove The Smell of Smoke, Urine and Other unpleasant Odors from car interiors, Furniture, Clothing, Carpets, Rugs - 8.45fl oz

Colourlock Odour Remover Spray for Leather and Textiles to Remove The Smell of Smoke, Urine and Other unpleasant Odors from car interiors, Furniture, Clothing, Carpets, Rugs - 8.45fl oz
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
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Elite Sportz Shoe Deodorizer and Foot Spray - No More Embarrassing Smelly Shoes or Stinky Feet with Our Very Popular Peppermint Foot Spray and Shoe Freshener - 4 OZ

Elite Sportz Shoe Deodorizer and Foot Spray - No More Embarrassing Smelly Shoes or Stinky Feet with Our Very Popular Peppermint Foot Spray and Shoe Freshener - 4 OZ
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Our shoe deodorizer is not just a foot spray: it's also a moisturizer that goes to work controlling odors and promoting healthier feet
  • PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA Our formulation includes 7 pure essential oils and 11 helpful herbs and botanicals.
  • Also specially designed to moisturize and repair dry cracked feet: you’ll also notice an icy sensation as it soothes hydrates and cools sore tired aching feet
  • We have sourced the highest quality natural ingredients available: no harsh chemicals: no aluminium: no parabens and 100% non toxic ingredients
  • OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU, at Elite Sportz, customer satisfaction is our number 1 priority. All products from Elite Sportz Equipment come with a 1 year Warranty.

Hoover PetPlus Pet Stain & Odor Remover Solution Formula, 32 oz, AH30325NF

Hoover PetPlus Pet Stain & Odor Remover Solution Formula, 32 oz, AH30325NF
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Concentrated and Enzyme Enhanced Detergent Solution: Powerful cleaner that removes and deodorizes pet messes, odors, and stains on carpets, area rugs, upholstery, and car interiors
  • Fresh Linen Scent
  • Use with a Hoover PreTreat Spray to ensure best results and continue to use it as part of a regular maintenance program to extend the life of your carpets
  • Safe for use in leading spot and full size deep cleaning machines, including Hoover, Bissell, and Rug Doctor, when used as directed
  • Phosphate Free and Septic Safe; Made in the U.S.A

Nature's Miracle Sunny Lemon Advance Cat Stain and Odor Eliminator 32 oz

Nature's Miracle Sunny Lemon Advance Cat Stain and Odor Eliminator 32 oz
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Enzymes target severe cat messes
  • Works to discourage re-soiling by removing the odor of pet messes
  • Works to eliminate severe stains and odors
  • Fast drying, for use on carpets, hard floors, furniture, fabrics and more

Eco-88 Pet Stain & Odor Remover - 1 Gallon

Eco-88 Pet Stain & Odor Remover - 1 Gallon
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
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Tips, Tricks & "How To's" for Common Household Cleaning & Stain Removal

We can all benefit from helpful hints to assist with such universally familiar setbacks, everyday cleaning, and tips for when it is time to hire a professional.

Before beginning any cleaning task, always remember a few important rules of thumb: Start the process of removing any stain as soon as you notice it. The longer the stain sits and sets, the longer it may make it more difficult to remove. Always blot wet stains first (being careful not to increase the stained spot) and for dry spills (such as tobacco ashes) vacuum the spot using a tube attachment. Using that attachment will help to avoid spreading the stain or grinding it deeper into the carpet. It is also helpful to use a tape roll to remove excess debris. Additionally, you should perform a test spot in a non-conspicuous spot before treating, especially carpeting and furniture.

Removing fruit juice, wine and other colored liquid from carpeting...

Situations like this can be quite annoying but you must be patient. Some stains may take repetitive attempts before a successful outcome, so do not give up right away.

Mix 1/2 teaspoon of dishwashing soap or fine fabric detergent into one cup of warm water. Apply a small amount of the mixture to the stain and blot. Keep repeating until the stain is gone. It is best to use a light colored towel(s) to blot so you can see the as the soiled area disappears. Then, cover the stain with a dry towel and press down to absorb the liquid. Once the stain is fully gone, rinse with cold water and blot dry as much as possible. I have often used the product "Oxi Clean" for many stain removals with successful results.

Going crazy over Crazy Glue?

You didn't mean to glue your fingers together, did you? As careful as I always try to be, I always seem to get super glue on my fingers! Whether you get the superglue on your skin or anywhere else by mistake, you can use some nail polish remover or Acetone and it will remove it without pain. Wash the area with a mild soap after word to avoid any possible irritation or drying out of the skin.

Removing tape adhesive from painted surface...

Did you know that WD40 has more uses than just to lubricate that squeaky door hinge? In fact, it has many uses.
After a test spot, you can spray WD40 on your cotton rag and apply to tape adhesive. Let the WD40 soak in first and gently rub the surface. Repeat a few times but be careful not to scrub too hard and damage the paint. Use a solvent or paint thinner only as a last resort. However, be aware that you may damage and/or remove the paint using the solvent. Clean the spot when finished. WD40 is also good for removing stickers, sticky residue (such as the price tag stuck to the glass of a picture frame,) crayon marks, and gum. On a personal note, I removed ink splatters from numerous areas of my kitchen floor using WD40 after my dog decided to chew up an ink pen. I simply sprayed a small amount to each spot and lightly scrubbed them for no longer than a few seconds because it came right out. If you use this method, be sure to clean the floor right away because obviously, WD40 and other products such as "Goo Be Gone") are lubricants. You don't want you or anyone else to accidentally slide across the floor like an ice skating rink!

Computer printers

If you have ink smudges in the printer, you can safely use a soft cloth and alcohol or alcohol pads. Use cotton swabs for hard to reach areas. Avoid purchasing poor quality ink cartridges or refillable cartridges. Check the printer manual to be certain you don't damage the machine because there are certain parts you should never touch, such as the belt and electrical contacts on bubble jet printers.

Candle wax drippings... We've ALL experienced this!

To begin with, the best advice is to remove as many large portions of wax as possible and then depending on the surface, there are a few approaches to attempt. If you have a candlestick of any kind, the first method is to freeze the wax by literally placing the item into the freezer. Once it is frozen, pick (or peal) off the wax. Personally, I have used this system many times and it has always worked perfectly! However, I don't recommend freezing glass, as it may crack in the freezer. I have also used the method of holding the item under very hot, running water to loosen the wax. Without allowing the wax to cool, use a butter knife to scrape away the wax. If the item is small, such as a candleholder or a vase, you can try lining the bottom of the item with aluminum foil and set your oven temperature to 160 degrees. Place the item upside down over the foil and allow it to sit for an hour. Then remove it and allow it to cool. Wash it with regular dish detergent in your dishwasher on a regular setting but using hot water in order to remove any remaining debris.

For wax stuck to fabrics and carpets, you can use a warm iron and an old terry-cloth bath towel. Place the moistened towel directly on the wax and then place the iron over the towel. As with regular ironing jobs, do not keep iron in one spot for more than a few seconds. Keep repositioning the towel so you don't scorch it. Be certain not to scorch the surface. You can also try using a hair dryer and the same rules apply. If after removing the wax but the color remains, use the same method as you would for any other dye/color related stain. Candle dye can be permanent so a bit extra effort may be necessary.

Tending to Eucalyptus

Many households have vases or other décor containing eucalyptus. A very common type is the eucalyptus wreath or arranged stalks. The inviting fragrance is wonderful. However, eucalyptus can get dusty and age just as many other home décor items. However, you may not know that you could simply take your eucalyptus and run it under cool kitchen faucet water (or even the bath water or shower.) Will that method, it will not only rid it of dust, it will also renew the eucalyptus fragrance back to the first day you got it! After rinsing, lightly blot with a towel and allow the rest of the wetness to air dry.

Quick hair and dirt removal

When we are time crunched or have visitors coming over within minutes, it is common to discover dog hair or other miscellaneous debris lining the baseboards or behind the door in the bathroom. Those are perfect examples of locations often forgotten during routine cleaning. Don't panic. If there is no time to grab the vacuum or the hand vac is uncharged, grab a roll of tape and run it along the problem area. Any type of household tape will work and your dilemma is fixed in seconds!

Avoid more dust bunnies than you have to!

Dust is inevitable. Nevertheless, we may not realize that we could be doubling our dusting workload. After dusting one piece of furniture and moving on to dust the next, we may be causing dust in the air or from the next piece back onto the surface we just cleaned! This is especially common when using feather dusters. Feather dusters are helpful when dusting blinds, the tops of pictures, and other more intricate items. On the other hand, they are actually flinging the dust particles into the air and literally only spreading the dust around the item. Keep in mind, what goes up must come down. The dust will eventually settle somewhere! Using a slightly damp rag or a dust product on a rag is the best bet. Once you have dusted a piece of furniture and plan to continue dusting elsewhere in the immediate area, place a bed sheet or lint-free towel over the clean area. Do this with each thing you clean. Leave the "covers" over the areas for at least an hour after completion of the entire job. That will allow enough time for any dust to settle; and not settle on your freshly clean surfaces. Covering surrounding items when using a feather duster is a definite aid, too.

Finding the right cleaning serviceto hire...

There are times and circumstances when we are unable to perform routine household cleaning on a regular basis. Occasionally, a one time, more thorough cleaning project may be necessary. A "move in" or "move out" cleaning may be required, yearly spring-cleaning, or even a bi-weekly or monthly cleaning may be the help we seek.
Word of mouth is one of the best ways to find a decent, trustworthy service of any kind. That type of referral is especially recommended when it comes to people entering your home. It is always unsurpassed to speak with your friends and neighbors to find someone with whom they have been or are presently satisfied. Regardless, always ask for and check references. It is imperative that they are insured and bonded.
Be specific about exactly what you need cleaned and all your expectations. Ask if they bring their own cleaning supplies and if not, find out what you need to provide. Inquire about a window of time it will take to complete the job and the entire cost.

Every so often, attempting to clean a stain out of carpeting or fabric can actually create a larger spot than the original. Such mistakes can create an unpleasant outcome. It isn't always necessary to actually hire a professional. When in doubt about how to tackle a difficult cleaning task, don't be afraid to consult a professional cleaning company for advice. Many reputable companies will be happy to offer counsel and will not focus on attempting to convince you to skip the self-treatment route and hire them to do it. They may offer their services to you, but decent professionals will offer advice first if you simply ask. Taking a little extra time to consult with a few experts may save you the heartache of a failed result and the possibility of further staining.

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