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September 26, 2014

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Why do I have organic stains? How to get them out!

November 19, 2014

 

No matter how hard you try to keep the home sparkling with magnificence, organic stains can appear anywhere and ruin it, and everything around it. Frustratingly, these little stains can appear at almost every place from carpet and upholstery to even tiles and wood surfaces. There are ways people have attempted to eradicate organic strains, but the smell remains after the visible stain is removed. To completely remove both the stain and the smell completely, it’s important to understand what constitutes an organic stain and what causes them to appear.

Origins of Organic Stains

The usual culprits of organic stains are spillage from drinks and foods, but pet urine and saliva can also cause big troubles too. Bacteria thrive on such stains and cause discoloration on surfaces. A permeating foul odor then develops over a short period of time which is nearly impossible to fully remove. If you don’t have any in the house, and you’re wondering where the organic stains came from, then you may have to look for another source, a human one. 

Human discharge such as urine and blood can also be the cause of organic stains around the house, and bacteria thrive in these as well. Other than these, certain foods and drinking material can also cause organic stains. Coffee, tea, wine, sweet syrups and beer are some of the other common causes of such stains. 

Homemade Solutions

If the organic stains are not very old, then some homemade solutions can work out just fine. Vinegar with a bit of lime water can produce good results against common organic stains. However, if the stain is little more stubborn than you thought then soak this solution in borax for even more effective results. Unfortunately, while most visible stains can be removed in this way, the bad odor remains. Some cleaning experts suggest using detergent with enzymes to remove organic stains. You can spray the mixture overnight and clean it later with warm water, but even then, odor still remains to haunt you.

Wee Off Removes Stains and Odors Completely

Let’s face it no matter what you try, removing organic stains is tricky. And in such efforts to get rid of these stains, at times the underlying surface can become damaged. Homemade solution can be good but at the end of the day you want to deal with stains in a more effective and subtle way, a way that has been scientifically developed to remove bacteria that causes deep permeating bad odors. 

Wee Off is an all natural made solution that effectively removes tough stains by targeting the underlying factor, i.e. bacteria. By doing this, this stain removing solution not only gets rid of the patch, but also the foul smell. This revolutionary all natural product comes in a convenient spray bottle which you can use on almost any surface including carpet, upholstery, wood floors, tiles and even pavement - literally any surface. 

Whether its foods, drinks or urine from either animals or humans, Wee Off can effectively removes awful stains and bad odors by removing the bacteria that cause them. For more information about the all natural stain remover Wee Off, please visit their site: www.weeoff.com.au.

 

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