Cleaning duck poop out of carpet

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by festivalfire, Jun 16, 2019.

  1. festivalfire

    festivalfire In the Brooder

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    So I guess someone left the dog door open and one of the ducks followed my dog into the house (ugh) while I was out and she (the duck) pooped everywhere :( I have tried carpet cleaner and cleaner for animal messes and my carpet still has a brownish/yellow tinit to it. Help!
     
  2. Duckworth

    Duckworth Songster

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    How frustrating! I would contact a long-established carpet store or carpet cleaning company and ask for their advice. We have all wood floors and I don’t have any ideas other than what you have tried.
     
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  3. ducklvr3

    ducklvr3 Chirping

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    We have wood floors too!

    If i were you and it looks like a scene from the chainsaw massacre except with poop, Id consider ripping my carpet up and staining the concrete floors!!!

    If the poop is like my ducks poop, that crap is pure liquid!
    Pun intended
     
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    ducklvr3 Chirping

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  5. Cailyn12

    Cailyn12 Chirping

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    My nana has always used the powder oxi clean , it literally will get everything off , including poop from her 8week old puppy when it used to have accidents in the floor , put it on it if you can’t find anything else to try best of luck
     
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  6. BigBlueHen53

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    Nature's Miracle from Pet store is great stuff! Cleans down to the molecular level, leaves no residue. Follow directions on bottle. Contains enzymes that digest the bacteria. Great for animal, er, messes. Not a perfume or cover up. Do NOT use ammonia or bleach!!!!! This stuff should fix u right up.
     
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