How to remove urine stains from wool carpet that have dried.

The chemical composition of dry, old urine deposits is different than when it is fresh.  To treat dry urine deposits, make a solution of 2/3 cup of cool water and 1/3 cup of white vinegar (do not use wine or cider vinegar).

1. Apply vinegar solution to spot and BLOT (do not rub) the spot with an absorbent white cotton towel.  Repeat this procedure 3 or 4 times to flush as much urine from the carpet as possible.  Please be careful not to over wet the carpet.

2. Moisten an absorbent white cotton towel with a WoolSafe approved spot cleaner and gently BLOT (do not rub) the carpet surface where the accident occurred.

3. Perform a final blotting of the area by placing a clean absorbent white cotton towel over the affected area and standing on it.

4. Sprinkle absorb-it over the affected area.  Cover an additional 2 inches of area around the urine deposit with the absorb-it. Gently press the absorb-it into the affected area.

5. Allow the absorb-it to remain undisturbed overnight. 

6. When dry, thoroughly vacuum the area to remove all of the absorb-it. If any discoloration remains, consult with your Certified Wool Care Specialist.
ALWAYS read and follow the care instructions and any warnings provided by the carpet manufacturer.  Wool carpet with certain dyes/finishes may require special treatment.  If in doubt, contact SHOWCASE CARPET CLEANERS for advice or service first.  NEVER PROCEED with any stain removal without knowing the exact nature of the stain involved.  NEVER USE any retail product to remove stains from your wool carpet without seeking the advice of the manufacturer or you could void your warranty. The information contained in this spotting guide is provided without any guarantee or warranty as to results. 
Proceed at your own risk.