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"Adopt Your Pets From Animal Shelters & Be Sure To Have Them Spayed & Neutered!"

Photograph Copyright 2002, Eric Smith.  All rights reserved.  Photo and quote are not to be construed as an endorsement of DooDoo Voodoo in any way by the Mannings; they simply support our animal charity work.  We & they believe in saving animals' lives.

 

Welcome To Our ROCKY CLEANUP Page

In 2007, we rescued a little terrier mix named Rocky who turned out to have some pretty serious health issues.  His latest challenge is kidney disease, which is what's been contributing to house-soiling behavior lately.  We clean up as we go (or as he does, actually), but recently I felt it was time to do a thorough cleaning of the carpet.

Here's Rocky:

This weekend, I fired up one of our professional, portable carpet extractors (shown below), which is known in the carpet cleaning industry as a "spotter," meaning that it's not made for cleaning entire rooms...just spots or upholstery.  The unit uses a 3" wand and only provides suction, not the agitation some consumer-grade carpet cleaning machines provide with their rotary bristles.  (Agitation gets out a lot more than suction alone does.)

While our machine is pretty powerful, it's a small little thing that's meant to be carried from room to room, so it doesn't have nearly the oomph that a larger portable extractor or a truck-mount machine would have.  Still, the results I achieved in our spare bedroom with less than two gallons of RTU DooDoo Voodoo and a couple hours' time were fantastic.

In addition to the little red extractor shown above, I also used two of our Water Claw subsurface extraction devices (shown in the family photo below), which are designed to much more thoroughly flush contamination out of your carpet, backing, pad and subfloor than a conventional carpet cleaning could ever do.  You can see the two Water Claws in action in some of the photos further down the page.

I'll tell you the process I went through and show you some photos in a moment, but first I want to mention two things.

One interesting thing to note was that when I assessed the area, both under normal light and blacklight, I saw no poop stains.  But once I flooded the area with DooDoo Voodoo and began using the Water Claws...BAM!...here came a terrible brown stain, emanating up from the backing, pad and subfloor.  It was amazing!  I kept Water Clawing it and applying more DooDoo Voodoo to the area, but the stain kept coming...and actually grew to be inches across in both directions.  But the DooDoo Voodoo neutralized the stain and the Water Claws successfully pulled all the organic contamination out.  How do I know this?  Because I never saw any more stain...and even now that days have passed, no further stain has wicked up to the surface.  (The photo that shows the poop stain was taken immediately when the stain began to appear.  Imagine my horror...especially when it kept growing and growing and getting darker and darker.  But I ultimately triumphed, as I knew I would.  This wasn't my first rodeo.)

I did not have time to go over the whole room yet with one of our self-contained professional carpet cleaning machines (the blue one shown in the last photo), but at least I have the satisfaction of knowing that I've removed a TON of Rocky's soiling from the carpet, backing, pad and subfloor.  The recovery (waste) water I was flushing down the toilet was really, really yucky, but it didn't stink at all, thanks to DooDoo Voodoo.

Let's Get Down To Work
Here's the process I went through to eradicate all the dog urine, vomit and feces from the bedroom carpet:

I assessed the carpet with a DooDoo Voodoo Blacklight, which you can learn more and purchase here.

I applied DooDoo Voodoo by bucket to the areas most affected.  This may seem extreme, but I knew I needed the areas totally saturated so the DooDoo Voodoo could come in contact with all the organic contamination and so the Water Claws would work properly.  You have to be careful if you're going to flood an area.

I put on my blue disposable shoe covers and tamped down the areas I'd flooded with DooDoo Voodoo.  When you do this, you want to hear the squishing sound, which means that DooDoo Voodoo is being drawn into the cells of your carpet pad, and to see the foaming such as what you see in the photos.

I let the DooDoo Voodoo dwell for about a half hour so I could be sure that it was re-liquifying all the organic contamination.

I then used the Water Claws, one of which is a hands-&-knees device and one of which you stand on, to thoroughly flush the DooDoo Voodoo out of the carpet.

Next, I flooded the same areas with clean, warm water and went over them with the Water Claws again.  The clean water is shown in the green bucket on the right; the remaining DooDoo Voodoo I mixed up is in the bucket on the left.

I then used the orange upholstery tool shown in the photos to go back over the areas.  This gets rid of the Water Claw surface waffling, which is from the sculpted bottom surface of the Water Claw, and extracts even more moisture from the carpet.  Once finished, I dumped the extracted yucky water down the toilet, then stuck the orange upholstery tool down in a bucket of water and sucked it through the red extractor to flush everything out.  I then dumped the red extractor's tank down the toilet and let the extractor air dry.  I also rinsed out the Water Claws in our mop sink.

Last (but not photographed), I used one of our carpet rakes to groom the carpet and make the fibers stand straight up.  This allows them to dry in a neutral, vertical position and helps the carpet dry both better and faster.  It also provides a nice finished appearance to the carpet fibers after cleaning.

The green bucket shown holds 3 gallons up to the level shown in the first photo.  But as you might be able to see in a couple of the pictures, I didn't even use all 3 gallons to do this job, which included not only the two areas circled in red, but also another 9 square foot area in front of the door to the bedroom.  This was an amazingly successful job that only required part of a quart of DooDoo Voodoo Concentrate to make a couple gallons of RTU.  Very affordable!

We hope you'll be impressed by these photos and will purchase some DooDoo Voodoo for yourself today.  Remember:  your purchase helps provide lifelong care for the special-needs animals in our rescue facility.

(Click on the pictures to see larger 1024-pixel versions.)

DooDoo Voodoo for dog pee on carpet     DooDoo Voodoo flooded on carpet to clean up dog pee

Tamping DooDoo Voodoo into dog pee on carpet     DooDoo Voodoo tamped into dog pee on carpet

Water Claw extracting DooDoo Voodoo on dog pee on carpet     DooDoo Voodoo & Water Claw on dog poop stain on carpet

DooDoo Voodoo & fresh water for cleaning dog pee on carpet     Dog pee on carpet flooded with fresh water after DooDoo Voodoo

XL Water Claw extracting dog pee on carpet with DooDoo Voodoo     Clean carpet after DooDoo Voodoo extraction of dog pee

Clean carpet after DooDoo Voodoo extraction of dog pee with Water Claw & upholstery tool     Rinsing hose, upholstery tool & extractor with fresh water after DooDoo Voodoo

EDIC Fivestar is great with DooDoo Voodoo & the Water Claw for dog pee on carpet

Note:  Since your stains and environment are totally beyond our control,
no guarantee is offered or should be inferred.

If you've got stains, you may also have odors in your subfloor.  For info on how to deal with these types of issues, visit our Pet Urine Case Studies and Salvaging Pee-Soaked Subfloor pages.

To purchase DooDoo Voodoo, click here.  Thanks for reading!
 



 



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