God Pee on White Sheepskin Rug

Help! Subject line says it all....nothing has worked so far, still have the yellow stain and the odor...any help would be very appreciated!!!! Thanks!
Steve
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Whoops, "Dog" Pee, not "God" Pee...... : )
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Give it a good soaking with Nature's Miracle -- available from pet stores.
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Thanks for the tip but that's what I already used.....
Steve

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Nature's miracle sometimes takes as much as 2 weeks to break down the urine. Have you given it enough time to work?
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God probably has particularly strong urine.
I suggest you first try acetic acid or pickling vinegar as a substitute, then a 20% solution of ammonia. treat Use each one by adding a small amount in the midddle of the area and tamp well in before using a wet and dry vacuum to remove any excess and then flush through with water and us the vacuum again before adding the next solution.
After that you're on to the enzyme removers. Take a look at www.DrClean.co.uk/Retail_DrClean/OdourTreatments.asp which has a very good professional solution to this problem at a reasonable price (at least in the UK).
Hope this helps -- DrClean www.DrClean.co.uk The Best Fabric Cleaning Resource on the Web

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OxiClean. You can find it at Costco, Target, probably the grocery store too... in the laundry aisle. Works great.
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