Cleaning Essentials for Messy Pets
Resolve Pet High Traffic Foam
4.46 / 5 based on 205 Reviews
Resolve Pet High Traffic Foam, 22 oz: Safely cleans and deodorizes large carpet areas and upholstery Leaves your carpets smelling fresh The powerful odor stop discourages pets from re-soiling the same area Protects against dirt and the toughest stains while leaving carpet plush and upholstery soft see more...
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One of our cats is the master of hairballs, usually around 4 a week. Some of them after he's eaten food... so it's gross... and sometimes on my carpet. This helps clean up even the grossest of his messes, between the times I wash the carpet. I sometimes spray it on the carpet after I vaccum just as a refresher.
With two people and two cats in a small apartment my roommate and I have plenty of stress on the carpets so I'm so glad we found this! Any accidents or spills get quickly picked up. I'm not a huge fan of the smell, but what cleaning product smells that great anyway? It gets the job done!
Works really well to get out pet stains along with other stains as well. The product really foams up. Let it work for a little bit and scrub away. Removes nasty urine and other pet odors. A definite must if you have carpet or area rugs and pets. New puppy? Invest in a few cans of this!
If your a pet owner you know that it's a long and its a tiresome day when it comes to carpet cleaning but not if you use resolve. Works great on any kind of stain no matter how bad the soiled area may be.. You can easily pick the product up almost anywhere at a fair price!!
We have two medium to large size dogs who make messes equivalent to toddlers. We purchased this at Walmart and it did not disappoint! No trace of our messy pups and their traffic. Scent was great and easy to use! Would definitely buy this product again!
I just used this after having a pup with vomiting/diarrhea all weekend and it got EVERYTHING out to the point where I can’t even tell the spots where I used it to where I didn’t have to. No smell, no stains...love it!
While this isn't quite as effective as the carpet-shampoo that comes with a pro-job, it's effective enough to get pet stains out of a light-beige carpet pretty easily.
I absolutely love this product. And I am absolutely not exaggerating. Now I know we've all been in that predicament where our dog just can't hold it or decides to be a rebel and let's nature call all over your nice off white carpet. One day when I was shopping for my household necessities I came across resolve. And let me just say, it resolved all my problems regarding my dogs accidents. It's so easy to use. You just remove the accident from the rug and then spray this bad boy. I personally like to let it soak then I come back about 15 minutes later and vacuum it. Then, voila! A nice clean carpet. Just spray and then vacuum. I definitely recommend it .
When you have pets you need carpet cleaner and a scrub brush on hand, at all times. Resolve leaves behind a nice clean scent and really gets the job done. I've used the foams, liquids, and powders and I think the foams get deeper into the carpet. But that is just a personal thought from many sick dogs, to oopses. I would recommend Resolve over any carpet cleaner, especially for animal accidents. Resolve Pet High Traffic Foam
OK this products I love the foam is so much better than the spray the foam does it leave that awful smell as it as it is working through your carpet you can go about your day and not having to smell the odor it I am very satisfied with it I still continue to buy it it is my number one go to anti-pet stain product love it especially when it comes with a brush that you can use for your carpet as well and it just gets in there.
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Pet stains seems to be hard to remove , I've tried everything but it always takes forever to remove . I was wondering if I purchase this product how long for it to dry up ? Also how much force in scrubbing does one have to do ?
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