A four step how-to guide for cleaning dog feces from concrete floors to effectively remove stains and odor in minutes.
My 70lb lab is fifteen and a half years old and can’t always make it outside, which means a daily cleaning ritual in his and my favorite place, my garage.
Honestly, I don’t mind a little cleanup after a lifetime of slobbery kisses and his undivided attention. Unfortunately, his waste was staining the unsealed concrete. I used bleach and other harsh chemicals, but nothing worked and my man cave smelled like a high school locker room.
My go to product is Stain & Odor Remover. It helps me remove any trace of the accident without leaving a residue or unnatural scent behind.
Cleaning Dog Feces from Concrete
Here’s my process:
Step 1: Remove as much of the pet waste as possible
Clean up the surface of the area as best you can before going to battle with the deeper-set stain.
Step 2: Saturate the area with Skout’s Honor Stain & Odor Remover.
Step 3: Allow the cleaner to work its magic for a couple of minutes
Grab yourself a drink or snack while you wait, or, if you’re particularly unlucky today, clean a nearby urine stain.
Step 4: Wipe away with clean rag or paper towel.
Repeat until the paper towel comes up clean.
Step 5: Keep area well ventilated and allow to air dry.
The next day:
With this short process, you’ll have a stain-free, odor-free floor in around 10 minutes.
I love my dog, I love my garage, I love this stain remover, and at this point I can’t have one without the others.