The best way to clean urine it to gently blot the excess urine with a paper towel first. Spray stain directly and begin blotting from the outside of the stain with a clean cotton towel. Work in a circular motion towards the center of the circle. This will help prevent the liquid from spreading.
If the fecal matter is dry then dispose of it immediately and proceed with normal Fizzion instructions. If the matter is wet (ie: loose stool or diarrhea), it is best to gently wipe up just the excess amount with a paper towel and let the rest dry. It may not sound pleasant, but patience is key here. Feces is much easier and less likely to cause damage to your rug when you clean it after it dries. Often times you can just scrape it right off your carpet and then treat the remaining particles with Fizzion.
As we mentioned, the stain and odor from vomit is easily removed with Fizzion unless the undigested food contains Red 40 in it. Red 40 is a food coloring commonly found in commercial dog and cat foods. If this is the case, you want to gently wipe up as much excess as possible, and follow the same steps as above with feces and diarrhea. You may sprinkle some baking soda on the stain to neutralize the odor while it's drying. When it's dry scrape up as much as possible and treat the remaining particles with Fizzion.
First, blot up the excess liquid with a paper towel. Then, spray Fizzion on a clean cotton towel and begin to blot the stain out. As with urine stains, it is best to begin from the outside of the stain and work your way to the center in a circular motion. This will help to prevent spreading of the liquid.
Spray Fizzion directly on to the stain and begin to blot with a clean cotton towel.
You must exercise patience with a mustard stain. LET IT AIR DRY FIRST!! DO NOT ADD WATER TO IT. Let it dry and then scrape off up as much of the dried mustard as possible. Then vacuum up the remaining residue. Once you have removed as much of the dried residue as possible, apply Fizzion on the remainder of the stain and wipe it up.