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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 STAIN REMOVAL Page

For years people have been asking us if DooDoo Voodoo is effective on stains as well as odors.  We've generally shied away from making stain removal claims 'cause we didn't want people hating us if DooDoo Voodoo didn't fully remove their stains.  We knew that we'd personally had incredible luck removing stains with DooDoo Voodoo, and that over the years people had reported total success at removing urine, vomit, feces, cranberry juice, grape juice and lots more.  Well, we thought we'd strut our stuff a bit here and show you an example of how well DooDoo Voodoo can remove cat vomit staining.

One of our kitties, Georgette, has been diagnosed with cancer of the pancreas, liver and spleen, as well as likely other places, too.  We're choosing to believe she's being cured and are treating her with conventional medicine, alternative therapies like acupuncture & energy healing, and lots of natural supplements (noni juice, digestive enzymes, vitamins, mushroom extracts and more).  She has an abdominal feeding tube and we're feeding her every 3 hours 'round the clock.  She's also receiving daily subcutaneous fluid infusions and, as you might imagine, LOTS of love.  She's acting totally cat-like and looks darned good considering all she's been through, but she's prone to vomiting, sometimes quite violently...as you'll see below.

Sometimes she'll go over a day without vomiting, but that's rare.  She typically vomits a few times a day.  In between bouts of vomiting, she acts totally normal and, aside from her feeding tube and shaved sides from her ultrasounds, you'd never know she wasn't absolutely healthy.

Sorry to be so graphic, but some of the times she vomits, it's just foamy bile, which is typical of a kitty with pancreas/liver/spleen issues.  Other times, though, she'll totally unload the food we've put through her abdominal feeding tube.  She's being fed a couple special foods that are made for tube feeding, and they are quite dark and staining.  We have light-colored carpet, so the staining is a real issue for us.

Yesterday, Georgette had the run of the house (without our being around) only during a specific time period, so we were able to ascertain what time of day she vomited.  We log all her feedings and other treatments, so we knew when she'd been fed.  We didn't find the vomit until today 'cause it was in a room where she doesn't usually hang out:  our exercise room.  (Neither do we lately, but that's a whole other story.)

Today I fired up our portable carpet extractor, 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 just suction.)  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 or a truck-mount machine would have.  Still, the results I achieved with less than a quart of DooDoo Voodoo RTU and a few minutes' time were nothing short of amazing.  I videotaped the cleaning session, narrating as I went, and am planning to post the video to our website in the future.  For now, though, the two before and after pictures shown below will have to suffice.

The pictures are absolutely unretouched and unaltered in any way except having the text added and being resized for the website.  The difference in color between the two photos is due to the automatic white balance of the camera I grabbed. Please excuse this slight mismatch, but I wanted the pictures to be absolutely unaltered in any way so you could see for yourself just how clean the carpet looked when I finished.

I poured RTU DooDoo Voodoo on the vomit, then let it dwell for about three minutes, at which point I extracted it with our portable.  This whole thing took me less than 5 minutes to perform...and with only suction from a portable, not agitation.  The vomit had dried totally hard over the last 26 hours, so it wasn't as if I was just pulling up liquid.  Even with that, there was no blotting, no scrubbing, nothing.

Note that I did NOT use all the quarts of RTU (ready-to-use) DooDoo Voodoo shown in the picture; I only used less than one quart.  If you buy DooDoo Voodoo Concentrate and add your own warm water, the quart of RTU would cost you as little as $0.31 depending on dilution ratio and which size Concentrate you buy.

The carpet remained slightly moist with DooDoo Voodoo, which would negate any remaining staining (and odor) as the area dried.

It would've been interesting to see what just DooDoo Voodoo alone would have done.  We've used it alone on other urine, feces and vomit stains and, in a lot of cases, DooDoo Voodoo alone totally eradicated the stains.  There was a lot of solid material associated with this cleanup, though, so extracting was necessary.

We hope you'll be impressed by these photos and will purchase some DooDoo Voodoo for yourself today.

(Click on either picture to see a larger 640x480 version.)

 

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

In addition, I've put together a page dealing with the cleanup of the blood and blood clot Georgette once vomited.  The page is in PDF format and is 384Kb in size.  While it does show a couple blood stains, it's not really all that gross...and is a dramatic testimony (perhaps even more than the two photos above) to DooDoo Voodoo's stain-removal abilities.  You can access the PDF document here.  You can also find it on our DOWNLOADS page.

You should also check out a page I put together to chronicle my Saturday project of cleaning up vomit, poop and pee left behind by our special-needs rescue dog, Rocky, who recently began having issues with his kidneys and developed a polyp in his bladder.  Click to visit the Rocky Cleanup page.

You also may want to check out an alternate, "quickie" method of stain removal as discussed on our Cleaning Up Cat Barf On Carpet page.  It is applicable to dog vomit and other such stains, too.  It doesn't do squat for odors and is no substitute for the DooDoo Voodoo method (either with or without a carpet extractor), but in a pinch it does a good stain-removal job.

DooDoo Voodoo alone is phenomenal at removing stains and odors.  But, if your odor problems are more in-depth than you think you can tackle yourself with just DooDoo Voodoo alone, you might desire to enlist the services of a professional with a specialized, patented device we own multiples of and have found to be extraordinarily effective with DooDoo Voodoo:  the Water Claw (the family of products is shown to the right).  To find a carpet cleaner in your area who uses the Water Claw (you might have to provide the DooDoo Voodoo yourself), visit this link.  It takes you to a page where you can locate a company that distributes Water Claws in your area.  By calling them, they should be able to refer you to a local carpet cleaning company you can hire.  If the company has questions about using the Water Claw with DooDoo Voodoo, have them call or e-mail us and we'll step them through it.  To see short videos of a couple of Water Claws being used, visit http://www.waterclaw.com/videos.html.  One view, and you'll forever understand why conventional carpet cleaning isn't in-depth enough to eradicate pet odors.

Now, some of you won't have visible stains such as I've shown above and on the linked pages, so you'll need the help of a blacklight to ascertain where all your stains and odors are.  We sell two types of blacklights, which you can learn about and purchase on our PRODUCTS page.  You can see a comparison of the two types by visiting our BLACKLIGHT page.

Regardless whether you use DooDoo Voodoo or not (and we certainly hope you do), you and your animals could also benefit from purifying your air.  We put together an educational page about how we accomplish this, so check out our Freshen Air page.  One of our favorite new tools is Dr. Whitaker's Neoair Plus Total Shield air purifier, which we recently bought more than a dozen of.

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


(Editor's Note:  Unfortunately, Georgette passed away on November 16, 2006.  You can read the story of her life, and see some cute pictures, by clicking here.  She had an incredible will and personality, and we learned a lot from her about grace during adversity.  What a gal!)
 


 



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