Clean + Green, Pet Stain and Odor Removal Product Works!

by Mary Haight on September 30, 2009

I got a sample the other day of SeaYu’s Clean + Green Products, and since October3970162191_4555839894_m[1]CleanGreen is National Pet Wellness Month, now is, as it happens, an especially good time to share what I found.

As a person with asthma, I really appreciate products that do not contain VOCs or heavy scent. Whenever I spray things, I usually need to get away from the area quickly which may be funny to watch(spray, turn, run :), but is born of the need to breath! Clean + Green claims products are non-toxic, non-carcinogenic, and 100% biodegradable and recyclable. That’s quite a list—but there’s nothing I appreciate more than a product that is proactive in addressing the laundry list of concerns most of us have these days.

Each Clean + Green product is formulated to address a specific odor and/or stain problem. I received the spray cans for use on carpets and upholstery, and wood floors and tile. They do have products for cement, fabrics and litter boxes, not included in this review. Clean + Green products are also non-flammable, and are made with all natural ingredients—you don’t need to have a science degree to know what’s in the product. Just read the label and smile for a change (cane sugar, mixed botanicals, hydrated cellulose, purified water, and nitrogen propellant)! If you get it in your eyes, rinse with water. And did I mention there’s no scent??

Now to the results: I tried the Carpet & Upholstery product on two oriental rugs, two different types of wool rugs, and a wood floor. You do need to keep the can in as upright a position as possible due the type of propellant used—if you hold the can at what might be a natural 90 degree angle, you will probably release all the nitrogen.

Both oriental rugs had bile stains where water and blotting had already been used to extract the stain. There was an ugly residual stain left, I sprayed on the Clean + Green, followed the minimal instructions, and the stain was gone with no change to the dyes in the rug (do a spot test). It was also used with excellent results on a urine stain on a thick pile wool rug. Just for grins, I tried it on an old stain, something the product is not intended for, on a white rug that had been professionally cleaned. While the stain is still present, it is noticeably less yellow than it was. I call that a great bonus! Clean + Green works.

Next, the Wood & Tile floor product was used on a urine spot in a home with a puppy—what an easy and convenient testing environment—and it was like it never happened. No smell, no stain, and with the encapsulated action this product uses to capture smell, this should not be a “return to the scene of the crime” spot for other dogs that come into the house. I’m thinking with my other hat now, about the patient and dedicated foster families we have at Lake Shore Animal Shelter and am putting this on the list for their (early) Christmas and Hanukkah gifts.

Visit the Clean+Green website for more information on their product line—they even have something that remedies a skunk attack on Buster!  Hey, if anyone has tried this one, let me know!


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