Furry Friends? No Problem.

Our furry pets are a part of our families. Here at Home Zone, we understand the reality that is loving your pets but also longing for a pristine, squeaky-clean household (or as close to it as possible). It’s definitely feasible – and we’re going to show you how with three quick steps!

Cleaning Up the Carpet (or Upholstered Pieces)

If you’re wishing for a miracle product in a bottle, then this is it. The Spot Shot carpet cleaner definitely packs a punch when it comes to getting rid of some not so desirable liquids, whether it be on the floor or (even worse) on your actual furniture. Simply dry it up with some paper towels or towel, and spritz onto the affected area. Let it sit and then dry it up! It’s a super easy, fairly quick remedy to those unfortunate accidents that are bound to happen from time to time.

Cordless Solutions

If your furry friend has quite the mane, chances are it ends up in tufts all around your furniture, carpets, and all the random nooks and crannies. If that’s the case, then a cordless vacuum could seriously change the game for you! The beauty of it being cordless means you can take this little guy absolutely anywhere in your home, including your car. This is a purchase we would recommend all around, especially because it doesn’t strictly apply to only pet hair.

Spritzing It Down

After you’ve gone through the hassle of cleaning your furniture, in particular, any sofas or upholstery you may have, the finishing touch is to spritz it down! Many might not realize this, but your pet’s odors get stuck in between the fibers of your furniture, and although it may be clean, it might not smell as fresh as it should. Opt for either a scented spray from Febreeze, or use a home perfume such as one from L’Occitane.

Do you have any secrets up your sleeve when it comes to cleaning up after your pets? Be sure to share the wealth down in the comments below or on our social media!

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