Gets the Stink Out or your Money Back
Simply put, Anti-Icky-Poo is one of the best products available today to remove Pet Stains and Pet Odor from carpet and fabric. Removes stains and odor caused by Cat Urine, Dog Feces, Skunk Spray, or many others. Recommended by veterinarians, animal behaviorists, pet trainers, professional carpet cleaners, and many others, Anti-Icky-Poo is guaranteed to "get the stink out or your money back."
Anti-Icky-Poo will remove cat urine, dog urine, skunk musk, vomit, feces and a whole host of other decaying organic materials. Remove cat smells, dog smells, urine smells, skunk smells and more from your carpet today with Anti-Icky-Poo.
How Does Anti-Icky-Poo Work?
Anti-Icky-Poo uses a live bacteria to eliminate any organic material left behind by your pets in fabrics and carpet. Unlikle some chemical cleaning products that only mask over the smell, Anti-Icky-Poo not only removes the stain, but it also eliminates the source that causes pet odors to come back over and over again.
Anti-Icky-Poo is simple to use. Simply spray Anti-Icky-Poo on contaminated surfaces and allow to dry. For carpets, inject Anti-Icky-Poo into the carpet pad using a carpet injector. Once Anti-Icky-Poo evoprates, it leaves nothing behind.
What Can I Use Anti-Icky-Poo On?
Anti-Icky-Poo elimintes any decaying organic material. So in addition to Pet Urine, it also works on Skunk Musk, decaying animal bodies, or any other decaying organic material. Anti-Icky-Poo will remove Pet Odors and Pet Stains from most materials such as carpet, fabric, upholstery, tile, wood floors, stainless steel, linoleum.
Why Clean Pet Stains with Anti-Icky-Poo?
Pet urine and soiling in carpeting and other fabrics is difficult to remove, particularly cat urine. If it is allowed to dry, it becomes impossible to thoroughly clean using any conventional method. If left unchecked, a single pet urinating inappropriately can quickly turn your home into a grim nightmare. Even a single small "accident" can result in horrendous odors when proper cleaning measures are not taken. As their sense of smell is much greater than ours, Cats and Dogs will usually urinate in locations where they smell urine, even if those smells are undetectable to your nose.