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Hi I'm Rachel Yatuzis and I'm going to teach you a little bit about pet stain carpet cleaning. It happens to all of us if you're an animal lover, you bring a new puppy home and it takes a little while for them to go adjusted to the home and for you to teach them that they need to go outside. I do know that dogs don't like to go to the bathroom where they sleep so crate training works good is what I've heard but if you are left with a stain like this urine stain on the carpet, there are a couple of different things you can do. You can buy pet stain removers at your local grocery or any kind of store you can get pet stain removers for carpet. If you don't have that at home, vinegar and water works excellent. If you fill a squirt bottle up about a third of the way up with vinegar and the rest of the way with water, use that to spray on the stain and try to work it in really well with some sort of brush. The vinegar will kill any bacteria, it is a disinfectant so and vinegar will also get rid of the smell better than anything else will. You can try this same thing with rubbing alcohol. You can either dump a little bit of rubbing alcohol on the stain and then blot it or you can put the rubbing alcohol on your rag and then rub the stain, it's really depends on what your carpet can handle. You can get these little, this is a little pod is what it's called and it comes with the solution you put inside and it's ready to go, you just go grab it from under the sink, squirt it on the stain, scrub it and then you're done. So trick is getting to it before it's too late. Try not to let it dry but that's how you do it. I'm Rachel Yatuzis and those are, that is how to remove pet stains from carpet.