I am very happy with the newly arrived cat or dog, until an unpleasant odor begins to spread from the house. What to do so that this also does not remain for living?
This is one of the biggest disadvantages living with pets. You don’t think you’ll regret being a host. cat or a dog If you come to your house until the period of cohabitation has passed and you do not take precautions, you will painfully discover that the house definitely smells very bad. You can pick up an unforeseen waste, but when there are four or five, you regret that you came home from work with the intention of resting and started to work on cleaning what has already been cleaned.
In these cases, the best treatment is prevention. And preventing bad odors caused by your pet means taking care of them whenever they need it, especially dogs who are more dependent and need to go outside at least three times a day. Can you imagine spending the whole day locked in a house with no possibility to go to the bathroom? This doesn’t happen often with cats because you put a litter box somewhere in the house so you only need to clean it from time to time. However, even though you have brought it up well, it is possible for it to bring impregnated dirt from the street or to leave liquids in important parts of the house such as beds and sofas. What to do about it?
The most normal is that you should do a deep cleaning of the carpets at least once a week or every two weeks.
One of the simplest solutions for the couch (a black spot in the house if you have a pet) is to put covers in those areas where they like to have the most fun after a walk. Covers that you need to wash regularly (have to get a spare) so that the smell doesn’t stay there, on the surface. In pet stores, they always sell special products designed to prevent these areas of the house from getting dirty. If you suddenly have an unexpected visitor, you can remove the cover and throw it in the washing machine so the bad smell goes with it.
“Pets carry a lot of dirt, dust, allergens and unpleasant odors that can stick to floor coverings”
In the case of cats, they don’t need to go outside several times each day to relieve themselves, so you have an advantage, but a relative advantage because they do this instead of a sandbox.
From an article published in Salon magazine, they advise, “To minimize dog odors and keep your cat happy, remove the litter daily and replace the litter at least weekly.” “If you have more than one cat,” which is unlikely if you are affected by animals, “you may need to remove the cat more often.”
A timely depilatory…
There may still be some odor in the litter box. You must thoroughly clean and dry it to remove it, and if it still gives off a particular odor, it’s best to spray it with an aromatic product that combats that odor. When it comes to carpets and furniture, in areas where pet hair and dirt tend to accumulate, you just need to get a good vacuum cleaner or depilator. But the most normal is that you should do a deep cleaning periodically or over a not too long period of time. Most people need to deep clean their carpets once a month, but if you have pets, it’s best to vacuum once a week or at most once every two weeks. “After all, pets carry a lot of dirt, dust, allergens and unpleasant odors that can cling to the floor coverings and make the entire room smell,” they recall from the magazine. As a last resort, and just as importantly, apply an air freshener to rooms that you like and that resists odors well from these animals.
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