46th Street - Custom Residence by RafterhouseTransitional Entry, Phoenix
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Gather your suppliesStart by gathering your cleaning and deodorising supplies. There are plenty of pet odour removers available at pet supply stores. In my experience, it’s best to choose an enzyme-based cleaner over an ammonia-based one as they are better at removing scents. For a more natural solution, mix two cups of white distilled vinegar with two cups of lukewarm water and four tablespoons of baking soda in a spray bottle. Focus on those areas where your pet spends most of their time. And keep an eye out for hidden messes – they can often be the culprits behind stubborn, lingering odours.