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    Can anyone tell me a good remedy for a pee stain on my microsuede couch down at the corner. I think my old boy Linus, must have peed there when I wasn't fast enough to get downstairs to let him out. Thanks.

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    What about white vinegar and water?

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    I'm big on liquid dawn.

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    I found this link... hope it helps! How to Remove Urine Stains From Furniture | eHow.com
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    Natures Miracle or other enzyme cleaner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sophiesmama View Post
    I found this link... hope it helps! How to Remove Urine Stains From Furniture | eHow.com


    I don't know about the applying ammonia part though.

    Dog urine is made of a combination of ammonia, bacteria, hormones, and uric acid. As the urine breaks down, the ammonia concentration increases and sulfur-containing organic chemical substances known as mercaptans are then produced. If mercaptans are in the air, even at low concentrations, they are very noticeable — they are the same substances that give skunk odor and rotting cabbage a trademark stench!

    For this reason, you should never clean up his pee pee with ammonia-based products. Similarly to how dogs love to mark and revisit old spots, the scent of ammonia can trick him into thinking it's an OK, previously peed upon place when potty time comes again. I'd even go so far as to not using this in a pet-filled home anyway as to not confuse a dog into using the freshly mopped kitchen floor as a prime bathroom break destination.
    Ammonia and Dog Urine

    and from many other sites.
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    Me neither... I might skip that part....
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