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    Re: Tinkle Smells

    Michelle, he is an adorable stinker, though!

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    Re: Tinkle Smells

    Quote Originally Posted by Alice Kable View Post
    Michelle, he is an adorable stinker, though!
    Lol! Yes , I must agree he is.
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    Re: Tinkle Smells

    When I shampoo the carpet, I use Oxy Clean. It gets out pee smells

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    Re: Tinkle Smells

    I use Nature's Miracle too but I treat it first with diluted PIne Sol; it helps pick up the stain on carpets and gets rid of any odor.
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    Re: Tinkle Smells

    Quote Originally Posted by 2bullymama View Post
    vinegar and water mix.... I think it is 2/3 water and 1/3 vinegar... spray it on the area and away it goes
    I've used this method myself. Works for anything stinky that I've come up against. Sometimes it takes a few repeats but it does the trick, and it's natural.

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