One 32oz Spray Bottle
Perfect for a small amount of stains or to test the amazing odor and stain remover formula of MyPetPeed.
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The MyPetPeed Spray bottle is perfect to test the amazing odor and stain remover formula of MyPetPeed. If you only have a small amount of stains then this spray bottle will suit you well too.
Check our video on the full and amazing back story of MyPetPeed here.
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How To Use
STAINS & ODORS REMOVED:
- Urine, feces, vomit, blood and anything else that can come out of an animal (or human). Also works on red wine, coffee, tea, and soda stains.
- Remove and blot up any excess soil or moisture from area.
- Spray to saturate the area, but don't pour it on. More product at once won't speed up the results.
- Let the product work for at least 24 hours . It needs time to break down each layer of the stain/odor causing bacteria.
- Repeat as needed (like peeling the layers of an onion) until all layers have been extracted and removed.
For Hardwood, Tile, Grout or Laminate Floors:
any residue and let the flooring completely dry between applications.
For Using in a Carpet Cleaning Machine:
needed, letting the product work for at least 24 hours each time.
"It Smells Worse"
I'll take all the risk!
If you try My Pet Peed and are not completely satisfied, we offer a 100% money back guarantee. We'll refund the product price and the shipping you paid, so you have absolutely nothing to lose.
Even better, we don't require you to return any unused portion of the product for the full refund.
We are so confident that if My Pet Peed doesn't work, nothing will, and replacing the damaged surface is your only option.
If you are having any trouble, visit us a Support.MyPetPeed.com to open a support ticket. In your ticket, tell us a little more about what exactly you are trying to clean up, and we'd be glad to guide you through with a personal plan of attach for your situation.
If in the end your stain or odor still persists, we'll go ahead and refund both the product price AND the shipping you paid.
Note: I never thought I'd have to even address this, but unfortunately after a few "bad apples" abused our
"no return required" guarantee...
We NO LONGER offer refund on our "refill" products.
By definition, no one would reorder more product unless they were happy with the results from the spray bottle size.
"Refill" Products that are not subject to returns are:
- 1 Gallon
- 2 Gallon
- Cases of (4) Gallons
- Cases of (12) 32oz Spray Bottles.
Products Eligible for our 100% "No return required" money back guarantee are:
- One 32oz Spray bottle
- Two 32oz Spray Bottle Pack
- The "Starter Pack"
Have A Question About My Pet Peed?
We hear stories daily from customers who tell us how the product worked to take out a stain that had been there for years, and nothing else worked to remove it.
The only thing you need to be caveat to this is if a previous attempt to clean (with another solution, or product) may have set the stain in.
There is a lot of bad info floating around about using white vinegar to clean up pet accidents. If you do some research, people that create tie dye clothing use vinegar to SET the dyes.
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how does this work on wood floors, real wood. My two maltese have accidents and I am so afraid the wood floors will absorb this odor. Please advise. Thank you. Debbie J.
Hi Debbie, we have specific instructions for using on wood floors on our labels. Just spray the area and let it sit for 20 minutes or so to work, give it a wipe up and then repeat a few times. You just don’t want the product (or any liquid for that matter) to sit on wood floors for a long period of time.
Hi I have my granddog staying with me he’s been housebroken for years but every time I walk out of the room he will either pay or poop so if I use this will that prevent him from doing it again
Hi Terri, thats a good sign actually. It’s only temporary and means you’re smelling what’s being extracted from the area sprayed. Once all the bacteria has been extracted the smell will be gone and never return. Read the label when you gate a second, it will walk you through how to use it and why, etc.
That’s a good sign actually. It’s only temporary and means you’re smelling what’s being extracted from the area sprayed. Once all the bacteria has been extracted the smell will be gone and never return. Read the label when you gate a second, it will walk you through how to use it and why, etc.
I have multiple cats who have urinated on many different surfaces. I have used many products that didn’t work. Will this work on previously treated areas? Do you use it full strength? Will it work on vertical surfaces like walls? What do you use to put it on large areas ? Would a garden sprayer work? Sorry for so many questions I really need this to work it could be the difference between demolishing my home or being able to save it. Thank you for your prompt attention to my questions.
Will this work on wool carpets. I have tried everything and nothing works.
Does this remove the odor so that my dog can’t smell it and keep marking this spot?
Hello, What is in it? Does the product have a fragrance? Does the product leave a residue that crawling toddlers could be affected?
Will this work on pergo flooring. I had a vary sick pup and at the end went on my floor. I can’t seem to get the urine smell out.
Why does none of the links that supposed to tell you how to use it work? Would like to know because that will tell me how much I need to purchase.
Sorry Debbie, Jarrett is still updating a lot of the links. For carpet, rugs, tile/grout, concrete, furniture, etc you just spray to saturate the area needed and walk away. Repeat after 24 hours until the stains and odors are gone. For wood, you want to let it sit to work as long as you can the wipe it up. You don’t want liquid on any wood for too long, so you can’t let it sit and work all day like you would on other surfaces. So you need to repeat more for wood. Hope this helps!
I have submitted all I have time to if I don’t hear back from you I will cancel this Chgd on my Amex! Sandi
Follow up to my previous response, I just searched all orders for the past 2 days and don’t see one from a Kessler, or your email address provided here. Could you please email me with the info it was ordered under so I can fix it. firstname.lastname@example.org. If items are still in your cart and you didn’t click sumbit order, then you can just clear your cart and start fresh.
We have two large dogs. When we are gone for the whole day, or when it rains, they tend to go to the bathroom on our downstairs tile floor in 3 spots. But bc it’s tile it tends to spread. Would you recommend mopping with the solution? And how long should I let it sit on the tile/grouts??
And do we wash it off afterwards?
I’ve tried a lot of things. What makes yours different. I shampooed 10 times. My cat spray in my dinning room. I read that some kind of enzyme has to be used. Nobody can smell it except me. one of my friends said my house smell great. A neighbor said it smelled different from one side to the other.
We don’t use enzymes. You need to extract the bacteria (urine). Shampooing usually just masks the scent for a while and then it will resurface. Our product extracts it layer by layer until you’ve reached the source and it will never return (unless they spray again). Our product is 100% odorless but you will smell what’s being extracted from the area during the process. Its temporary and once gone it’s gone for good.
Does this work on concrete? My dogs have at times gone on my basement floor and nothing working
Hi. We have a chihuahua and a rescued greyhound. My chihuahua has marked in spots where previous dogs did. We are adopting 2 more greyhounds and want to get the house ready for them. Is this non toxic to animals once dry? Greyhounds have very sensitive skin and I don’t want to use anything that will cause them discomfort.
Is there a standard “dry” time for this product? I have an area at the landing of my stairs that my cat pee’d on a while back. I would like to apply the product over night so that my children don’t walk on it during an evening. ALSO, because I am just ordering the product and don’t have instructions on how to apply yet – is there a need to vacuum after dry?
HELP!! We were effected and devastated by Hurricane Irma this month. Fortunately we did not sustain any internal flooding as the sandbags held back the flood waters. However, we were without power over a week and in coastal humid Florida the tempatures and lack of circulating air caused the carpets to expose years of dog urine areas with nasty stains. Because of the external damage, replacing carpets and flooring isn’t in our budget. I am on chemotherapy and the smell of these areas have become a tremendous issue. And we don’t even have any pets. Will this product remove the smell and stain from my carpet? How many times do these areas have to be treated? Does the pad need to be treated first, then the carpet? Or if used in my carpet cleaner would that saturate the area appropriately as long as it isn’t sucked up? I have read ALL of your reviews, questions and testimonials and feel this may be my best option as removing and replacing is not a financially feasible option for our family, especially when battling cancer. I apologize for the length of this post, but you are my last hope because we aren’t eligible for FEMA assistance or home owner insurance assistance as no water damage occurred inside. Praying for a miracle.
We feel for you. We just went through Harvey here in Houston, so we get it. Yes, our solution will extract all the old urine odors and stains. I can’t tell you how many applications it will take, that all depends on how bad it is. For a large area you can use it in a machine, try not to suck it back up. Let it sit and work, then it will evaporate. The smell will be horrendous during the extraction process, know that now. Use fans or whatever you can to help ventilate. Wait 24 hours and repeat. I don’t know how many times you will have to do it, but it will eventually all be extracted. When I pour a gallon into our machine I can do our 11×15 area rug, a 2×11 hallway runner and part of our office carpet before I run out. I do it at night before bed and by morning it’s dry. Hope this helps!!
I live in an apartment with a small patio. I let my small chihuahua use the bathroom there and clean up after her daily. I even scrub the concrete weekly with bleach. My problem is I have a indoor outdoor mat that she’s been peeing in. Will this help with the smell that seems to be sticking to that?
Hi Colleen, it will yes. Spray to saturate it well. Leave it alone. Spray to saturate again after 12-24 hours. Repeat that until all bacteria is extracted. I would take if off the floor while treating it, so the kitty doesn’t smell the urine coming out and pee on it again.