Angry Girlfriend

I'm not really angry and I'm no longer a girlfriend. Interested in French Bulldogs, manicures, seasonally themed candy, husbands and ruminations on reality TV? Then you came to the right place!

Help!

Last night, our new living room rug was delivered. It is so gorgeous and I am in love with it.

This morning, a member of our family decided to pee on it. I’m not naming any names here, but I will tell you that it wasn’t me. I wasn’t there when it happened and am sure that I am going to need to do some damage control asap.

I looked at care instructions, and it says ‘dry clean only’. Awesome. So help me out here guys—best way to get stains out of a brand new rug without dry cleaning? Is there a super product I can buy?

  1. hershyscorner said: DO NOT USE NATURES MIRACLE OR RESOLVE they contain bleach. Blot as well as possible, use 1/2 distilled vinegar 1/2 water to erase the odor. Let sit then blot again. Also, you can try an ‘oxy’ stain remover that you’d use on your laundry!!!
  2. buildingaladder said: My parents always used Nature’s Miracle. I actually had to use it on a brand new mattress when a cat decided to pee on it. Ugh. I’m pretty sure it is color/fabric safe, but double check.
  3. ilikeyourwigjanice said: Make sure you get something (pet smart has tons) specific for animal pee so they don’t keep coming back. I used carpet cleaner on my dry clean only rug when fattie had a hairball on it within 2 hours of it arriving and the carpet cleaner didnt mess up the rug.
  4. umcanyounot said: God dammit Mike
  5. angrygirlfrienddiaries posted this