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This article is about dog food that reduces poop.

Are you tired of cleaning up the unpleasant chore of cleaning up after your dog? Imagine not needing to pick it up and flush it away down the toilet. You can even do away with plastic bags and disposing them off in the bin! Not only that, but we all know how harsh chemicals can be on our hands, especially when we’re scrubbing them for a long time to get rid of the smell and stain marks off our hands. If you prefer some good old-fashioned eco-friendly home remedies as opposed to chemical cleaners, read on as this article will provide you some great advice on how to clean up those nasty stains and smells from your hands without having to use harsh chemicals.

This article is about dog food that reduces poop.
This article is about dog food that reduces poop.

What you need:

-Baking Soda (bicarbonate of soda)

How to do it:

1. Sprinkle some baking soda onto your hands after the accident, and rub  it until you create a lather. Rinse off with water. If you have been scrubbing for a while and the smell is still there, try sprinkling more baking soda on your hands and wash them again. Repeat as necessary until the smell is completely gone from your hands. Alternatively, mix some vinegar with liquid soap in a spray bottle and use as an all purpose cleaner to clean up those stains from the carpet or other surfaces around the house that may have been affected by dog’s inappropriate elimination habits. Be sure to use this all purpose cleaner outside as the vinegar will make your pet avoid that area in future.

2. Mix baking soda with water to form a thick paste, and apply it on the affected areas of the carpet or upholstery with an old toothbrush  and leave for half an hour before you scrub off with warm water.

3. Make a paste using borax powder (found in supermarkets) and white vinegar, which has anti-bacterial properties that are great at killing any lingering bacteria that may have been left behind after accidents. Apply to affected surface and leave overnight before scrubbing into the carpet with a mixture of warm water and dishwashing soap. Note: you can skip the vinegar if there is still vinegar smell left on the carpet after cleaning.

4. For smaller accidents on hard surfaces, mix baking soda with dish-washing soap to form a paste and apply it onto the soiled area before scrubbing off using warm water. You may need to repeat this process if you can still smell dog’s waste after 3-5 minutes. Note: Be aware that baking soda is abrasive so avoid over scrubbing or else you will start removing colour from your carpet or upholstery which can be irreversible!

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