Advanced search

dog had accident on my seagrass carpet please help!

(3 Posts)
nickstmoritz Wed 06-Feb-13 12:29:53

oh yes, Bicarb that sounds a good idea thanks - I have hoovered off the salt and can see a stain but generally these dry off well with seagrass as I had it for years in our old house when the children were little and we had the odd spill. I will try bicarb tonight overnight too. Thanks Boffinmum

BoffinMum Wed 06-Feb-13 11:56:53

I think the main thing will be to make sure it doesn't shrink, so don't get it too wet.

I would clean it carefully and put a load of bicarb on it overnight, hoover it off, and see what happened in terms of smells.

nickstmoritz Wed 06-Feb-13 10:54:44

Anyone know what I can do? In a panic I have... removed offending poop and tried warm water and blotting, liquid persil /warm water and blotting and an old toothbrush then a spray of dettox then chucked a load of salt over it ( I have no idea if any of these are ok and I haven't hoovered up the salt yet) but is there ANYTHING that might sort this out. It is a fairly new carpet and we are quite careful with what the kids take in there foodwise but our wire foxy was not very well and has had an accident. I have read about something called Simple Solution which pet shops sell but has anyone tried this especially if you have seagrass.

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now