Use Natural Enzymes to Remove Stains and Odors from Kids 'N' Pets
We have a new puppy, and you know what that means! Cleaning up pet accidents can be a pain, and the smell can be difficult to remove from carpeting and fabric.
KIDS N PETS Stain & Odor Remover uses natural enzymes to work on an huge array of stains and odors. From skunk odors to red wine, this is the only stain and odor remover you will need.
- Guaranteed to completely eliminate urine odors with no cover up scents or perfumes
- Discourages pet re-soiling by permanently eliminating urine stains and urine odors
- Can be safely used on any water-safe surface such as carpets, upholstery, mattresses, clothing, auto upholstery and more
- Safe, non-toxic and biodegradable formula can be safely used around children and pets
- Exclusively recommended and endorsed by Animal Planet Pet Video in their series "Training Your Adopted Dog" and "Training Your Cat"
I really do need an effective stain remover for my children's laundry. I hate it when their new clothes start to look dirty just because they like to play outside.
Diaper blowouts, cat pee, puke, muddy dog paw prints, bird poop, and messy eating rituals... KIDS 'N' PETS Stain and Odor Remover can remove all these. With non-toxic ingredients (yep, ingestion just causes a little gas) this is one eco-cleaning product that really works. It eliminates the toughest everyday stains and odors completely (did we mention cat pee?) with no masking scents.
This product really does have so many purposes, and it is very affordable. It is made in the USA. It does contain Ordenone, which is "natural". I am not familiar with this ingredient.
Disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.
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Posted by Jennifer Lance at February 21, 2012 11:19 AM