Can an Odor Eliminator for Pets Remove the Dog Smell from Your Home?

Here are some tips to remove dog smell without damaging surfaces or hurting your pet's ego, before buying any odor eliminator for pets and bringing any other chemicals into your home.
Odor eliminator for pets can be effective, but they should not be the first choice
Does your house smell like a kennel? Do you even know if it does? Since you’re probably used to the smell of dogs, you need a second olfactory opinion.
If the answer is yes, it’s time for a deep clean. It's cute to take selfies with your pet snuggled up in bed or on the couch, but it's less adorable when the smell of dog perfume seeps into your upholstery.

Why do our beloved pets smell so terrible?

Dogs are undoubtedly proud of their scent. Their scent is their identity, their mark on the world. Take a moment to imagine how stinky their breath is, or even how much saliva they have on their toys, beds, and even your face and neck. Just like humans, dogs have oily skin and waxy ear build-up. Did you know that they sweat through their feet? That's a lot of dog body odor to deal with.
Although odor eliminator for pets can be effective, they shouldn't be the first choice. An eco-friendly solution is better for you and your loved friends.

How to get rid of dog smell in your house

Fortunately for you, there are a ton of ways to get rid of that dog smell in your house besides an odor eliminator for pets. We won’t lie to you: Depending on how bad the smell is, you may have a lot of work cut out for you. Here are some deep cleaning tips to replace an odor eliminator for pets that will help you to spruce up your puppy palace.
Baking soda is odorless but can be used as an odor eliminator for pets 
  • Vacuum everything, repeat. Repeat: Hair, dirt, and dander require that you sweep, mop, vacuum, repeat. It is important to do this regularly. You should probably do it more often than you should. Vacuum everything: carpets, curtains, furniture, rugs, floors. Also, be sure to clean and replace your vacuum filter frequently. After that, keep vacuuming. Even though your dog hates the vacuum, it's a basic and necessary chore to keep your home fur-free.
  • Call a professional. Consider hiring a professional to steam clean your carpets with pet-friendly chemicals. Even a slight change in carpet odor can cause your pup to become confused, causing him to mark his territory unproductively again.
  • Eliminate unpleasant odors from the furniture. Remove any mysterious stains from upholstered furniture by scrubbing them with baking soda and washing all removable covers in the washer. You might think a man's best friend is a dog, but it's actually baking soda. Baking soda is odorless, but it absorbs other odors, which makes it an excellent deodorizer. If you can't remove the cover from your furniture, brush off hair and dander with a soft-bristled brush before wiping it down with a damp cloth. You can wipe the leather furniture with vinegar and water, but make sure not to oversaturate the fabric.
  • Speaking of the dog’s bed… Wash it. That musty dog smell is probably caused by dirt, saliva, urine, dander, and hair gathered here. Consider buying a new bed if your dog's bed stinks but cannot be washed. Alternatively, you can apply stain repellent to the clean bed to prevent future dog odors, although this is only a temporary solution.
  • Invest in an air purifier. It can assist in reducing odor issues by killing bacteria and fungi in the air.
In conclusion, if you want to completely remove all the pet smells from your home, you need to do more than use an odor eliminator for pets. To save you from putting yourself through those cleaning processes that have been mentioned, Ocean Cleans offer deep cleaning services that will help you get rid of all the odor from your pets. 
For more details about our services, please call +65 9460 5016. 
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