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If the urine is fresh place cotton towel on the floor under where the urine is and take a folded white cotton towel and blot the spot by stepping on the towel all around the urine. When the towel has become too wet, use another clean, cotton towel and continue to step all over the spot until you are getting no more wetness on the towel. Check the towel underneath your Blanket to see if it is getting too wet. Change the towel as needed to protect your floor from the urine. Now dampen a towel with water and blot the top of the Blanket where the urine was. DO NOT RUB your Blanket in a circular motion. This causes pile distortion which is permanent. Keep the urine spot moist until you can get your Blanket to a professional wool safe area Blanket cleaner the next day. Do not wait days or weeks to get your Blanket taken care of. The longer the urine is in your Blanket the harder it is to remove. If you are unable to personally take the Blanket in see about getting the cleaners to pick it up.
When you have not seen your dog peeing on you Blanket, but find out from the odour, or you were moving the Blanket and noticed your floor has evidence of urine spots, there isn't much you can do to fix the Blanket yourself. When the urine is absorbed by your Blanket and is now dry and any efforts you make by applying miracle cleaners from bottles will completely ruin your valuable Blankets.The best and safest thing to do is get it to your WoolSafe area Blanket cleaners as soon as possible. Anything you may try can ruin your Blanket. Here at Luv-a-Blanket Cleaners in Victoria BC, Canada we see Blankets all the time that have been permanently damaged by DIY (Do-It-Yourself) cleaning. It isn't worth the hassle or expense to try to clean your Blanket yourself when it comes to urine removal or for that fact most spills.
To help prevent your dog from starting to use your Blankets as indoor bathrooms.Sprinkle your Blankets with Pepper when you first put them down, either as a new Blanket or after it was cleaned. As long as the pepper doesn't get wet it won't stain your Blankets and you can vacum it up after a couple of days. This is good to do when you get a puppy or a new dog in your house, and after you move to a new place. When you go away for vacation and have someone house-sitting roll up your Blankets and put them in an unused room. Pets don't like their routines messed with and when you are not there they can act out of character and pee on your Blankets.Check the floor where your Blanket covers and the backs of your Blankets if you suspect they may have been peed on. Whenever your dog stops following their regular bathroom routine it may because they found a more convenient place to go, your Blankets.