Dried mucus on upholstery

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Old 03-12-06, 07:39 PM
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Dried mucus on upholstery

Help! I've tried foam upholstery cleaners, plain detergent mixes and scrubbing. Can anyone advise how to get dried cat mucus (LOTS of it) out of upholstery? I'll be grateful for any hints. Thanks
 
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Enzyme digester cleaner is recommended for organic stains. These are sold at pet stores as pet mess cleaners and are marketed under a variety of names such as Out, Nature's Miracle, OdoBan, and others. Enzymes must be given time to digest stains and repeat applications may be necessary to keep the affected area damp. Do not use enzyme cleaner or silk or wool. Make sure upholstery can be safely cleaned with water-based cleaning products. Before beginning you will want to blot to rinse out any residues from previous cleaners by blotting with 1 cup white vinegar in 2 cups water.
 
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Dried Mucus

Thanks, Twelvepole,I'll give it a try! RPM
 
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