Read the LabelBefore you purchase or use any cleaning product on your carpets, carefully read the instructions and warnings on the back of the package. Even if it is meant to clean up pet odors or stains, it can still be dangerous to your animal. If the package indicates that you should keep your pet away from the area for a certain amount of time, it isn’t 100% safe for your pet.
Ingredients to AvoidChlorine can irritate your pet’s eyes and skin and tends to settle on the carpet, as it is denser than air, which means your pet gets the brunt of the irritation. Ammonia can cause sneezing and watery eyes, and many cats are sensitive to the ingredients in commercial carpet deodorizers or sprays
Written by: Amanda Bell