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Guide to Nature’s Miracle Enzyme Cleaners
Enzyme cleaners are specially formulated to break down organic material, such as food stains. The enzymes contained in these cleaners bind with the organic material so it can be washed away easily. Abrasives found in many of today’s household cleaners further break down stubborn messes on carpet or upholstery so they can be suctioned away more effectively.
How do you know which enzyme cleaner to use for your specific stain?
The best way to find out if a particular product will work on a given stain is by performing a test on an inconspicuous area before treating the entire floor or fabric. If possible, place paper towels on both sides of the carpet and apply three small drops of the cleaner directly to one of the towels. Then, use a brush to work the cleaner into the fibers. After 15 minutes, blot or suction away excess moisture with another paper towel. If you see that the drop has faded significantly compared to its immediate surrounding area, this enzyme cleaner will most likely work well for your specific type of stain. Place 10 drops of water onto both sides of the fabric and follow the same procedure above.
Types of enzyme cleaners
Gel-type cleaners are the most common type made. These products are best for upholstery jobs because they can be injected into fibers using a stream of water. Liquid types of cleaner solubilize food or make-up stains faster than gels, but you might find it difficult to target specific areas in carpet with liquids. Cleaners like these come in either spray bottles or packets that can be mixed with water and applied directly to fabrics. When removing stains from your carpets, both types of cleaners work similarly; however, if you know that oil is one component of the stain, then only use an oil-specific cleaner when cleaning your floors.
What about enzymes in hardwood floors?
There are no enzymes that break down protein, carbohydrates or fats. For this reason, you may not want to use enzyme cleaners on your hardwood floors because it would be difficult to determine if the cleaner was removing dirt or just “washing” the finish off the floor.
Best Nature’s Miracle Enzyme Cleaners – FAQ
Is Nature’s Miracle an enzyme cleaner?
Nature’s Miracle Stain & Odor Remover for dogs is an enzymatic spot stain and odor remover that’s tough on dog urine, feces, vomit, drool, and other organic stains while freshening with a light citrus scent. Other cleaners and detergents may fail and chemically “set” stains that will be impossible to remove.
How do you use nature’s miracle enzyme cleaner?
The bacteria-based formula produces enzymes when in contact with bio-based messes to target spot stains and odors while freshening with a light citrus scent.
FOR STAIN REMOVAL
Wipe up as much of the stain as possible.
Allow to work for 15 minutes, then blot up stain with a clean cloth.
Allow the area to dry for 24 hours.
What is the best enzyme cleaner?
The Best Enzymatic Cleaner
Rocco & Roxie Strength Enzymatic Cleaner.
Sunny & Honey Stain Odor Miracle Enzymatic Cleaner.
BUBBAS Super Strength Commercial Enzymatic Cleaner.
Mister Max Unscented Enzymatic Cleaner.
Nature’s Miracle Enzymatic Cleaner.
Amazing Solutions Pet Enzymatic Cleaner.
TriNova Natural Enzymatic Cleaner.
Does Nature’s Miracle Stain and Odor Remover work?
5.0 out of 5 stars Works great! My carpet smelled nasty of urine/ammonia in one area and we had company coming. I had shampooed the carpet but that made it worse! This stuff worked so quickly and neutralized the odor and got rid of the stain.
Does nature’s miracle really work?
This stuff works really well if you’re using it on a fresh stain, and I’ve found a way to use it that gets old stains out super well, too! -First, I use my Bissel Pet carpet cleaner (filled with water and a bit of Nature’s Miracle carpet shampoo) over the stained area.
Is oxyclean an enzyme cleaner?
The thing with Bac-Out is that it contains live enzymes that actually ‘eat’ the source of what is causing odors and stains. One of the ingredients that helps OxiClean Laundry Detergent attack stains and smells so effectively is enzymes, specifically proteolytic enzymes.
What is the best enzyme cleaner for dog urine?
Accidents Happen! Enzyme Cleaners Will Help You Restore Stained Carpets
- Nature’s Miracle Dog Enzymatic Stain & Odor Remover.
- BUBBAS Super Strength Commercial Enzyme Cleaner – Pet Odor Eliminator.
- Rocco & Roxie Supply Co.
- PetSafe Pet Loo Wee Care Enzyme Cleaner, 16-oz.
- Simple Solution Extreme Pet Stain and Odor Remover.
Does Nature’s Miracle smell go away?
The smell will NEVER go away.
So be prepared to not use any room where you apply this product for 6-8 months without a respirator.
UPDATE – So I’ve discovered that you CAN remove the “miracle odor”.
Use a 50/50 mix of water and white or even apple cider vinegar.
Does nature’s miracle work on old stains?
Nature’s Miracle Stain & Odor Remover with nature’s enzymes completely eliminates dog and cat stains and odors including urine and feces accidents, food, drooling, bedding stains & odors, and other hard-to-get-out messes.
Safe and effective, Nature’s Miracle will also work on old and deep-set stains & odors.
Is Vinegar an enzyme cleaner?
Are Vinegar, Borax, or Hydrogen Peroxide Enzyme Cleaners
What is the best enzyme cleaner for human urine?
OdorZyme is another effective enzyme-based urine remover.
This product consists of a super-strength plant-based surfactant, which digests the uric acid crystals at the source of the odor and stain.
It comes in both a spray-on trigger bottle and a large money-saving economy size.
Is Simple Green an enzyme cleaner?
Your solution is an enzyme cleaner with live bacteria to eliminate the stubborn odor’s source. Simple Green Cat Stain & Odor Remover permanently dissolves stains and odors on both hard and soft surfaces. The formula contains safe bacteria that break down and digest soils.
Does nature’s miracle work for human urine?
Nature’s Miracle Urine Destroyer can be used both for human urine and on concrete.
Is Nature’s Miracle toxic?
While this product is completely safe to use around your pet and children, it is advisable to keep this spray out of the immediate reach of children as it may be harmful if ingested.
What is the enzyme that breaks down urine?
Proteases break down protein-based soils including blood, urine, food, feces, wine, and other beverages.
Lipases break down fat molecules like oils and grease.
How long does it take nature’s miracle to work?
Allow to work for 10 minutes, then blot up stain with a clean cloth. Just a note: the bottle says as long as you can smell nature’s miracle, it means it’s working, once the smell goes away it’s done its work, (usually takes less than 24hrs).
How do I get rid of nature’s miracle smell?
A dusting of baking soda or a solution of diluted distilled white vinegar may help alleviate the smell.
If you have additional questions, feel free to reply to this email, or to call us at 1-800-645-5154.
Which Nature’s Miracle is best for dog urine?
Urine Destroyer – Foam.
Nature’s Miracle Urine Destroyer is tough on strong dog urine and the yellow, sticky residue that comes along with it.
The bacteria-based formula produces enzymes when it comes in contact with bio-based messes to target urine and freshens with a light fresh scent.
What is a natural enzyme cleaner?
DIY Enzyme Cleaner from Scraps
- 2 cups citrus rinds or other produce scraps.
- 4 cups of filtered water.
- 1/2 cup brown sugar.
- 1 teaspoon bakers’ yeast.
How long does it take for enzyme cleaner to work?
We recommend waiting at least 15 minutes before laundering, but the longer it sits, the more time it has to work. Pro tip: If the item is wool or linen, don’t let the Stain Remover sit longer than one hour.