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on February 4, 2017
WOW! ABOVEVAND BEYOND! I have tried muitiple cleaners/ deodorizer, but this one us the best! We have a cat rescue and this by far is the best. You must follow instruxtions but well worth the money. A little gowes a long way. We have it in a spray bittle and use it fir both little and big messes. Destroyed the urine!
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on March 1, 2017
My mother turned me on to this product and has had GREAT success. She had elderly dogs who constantly were urinating on her carpet due to illness and marking. After having several professional carpet cleaning companies come in and clean, she realized the smell kept coming back. She bought this product and used it in her own carpet cleaner and hasn't had the smell come back and the rug areas were super clean. I think she's bought 3 bottles now because she loves it so much! I bought it and use it on tile in our house with 2 elderly dogs and a cat. It cleans up any remnants of spit, throw up, or urine that a regular cleaner might leave behind. Smells clean and is not harsh and environmentally friendly. Highly recommended!
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TOP 50 REVIEWERon February 21, 2018
I am longtime Rocco & Roxie user, but decided to try Bubba's based on price alone. It performs just as well as far as I can tell for both urine and poo. The only difference is the scent. Bubba's has a clean smell that reminds me of a fabric refreshening spray, whilst Rocco & Roxie has an earthy, almost licorice scent. I will continue to buy Bubba's and have even changed my subscribe & save to include it.
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on January 25, 2017
I discovered Bubba's after rescuing a dog who had been chained to a tree for his entire 2 1/2 years of life. There were some challenges acclimating him to living in a house, as you can imagine. I tried this product fter reading so many of these reviews online. Now, not only do I use it for every pet issue, I have another dog, cat and pig plus friend's pets who visit, but I just sprayed it on a large wooden area in the garage where my sewer backed up!!! I was seriously ready to move out of the house until the plumber had arrived, and then I remembered that Bubba's uses enzymes to break down proteins. It was nothing short of miraculous the way it completely eliminated the smell!!!! I've even given gallons of Bubba's to friends as gifts. Please do not hesitate to discover this miracle product for yourself.
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on February 23, 2017
This product definitely saved my carpet. The scent is something to get used to at first but after it dries there is no scent or ODOR! We had trouble potty training our puppy and wanted to wait until she was fully potty trained to shampoo the carpets. I was very skeptical and very sure that we would have to replace the carpet in our living room; after renting a carpet cleaner from the local grocery store and using Bubba's the odors were completely gone. We have dark grey carpet where you can't really see a lot of stains so I am not 100% sure if it works just as well as a stain remover but it definetly served its purpose for what I needed it for. I will definitely buy again and am looking forward to trying out their other products.
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on December 26, 2017
This formula works exceptionally well. We were having an issue with our cat experiencing anxiety from a move and peeing on our brand new couch. Although the potty issue was resolved, the smell from the pee was not. I shampooed the cushions everyday with a professional shampooer and used an array of different enzyme products exactly how they were instructed to be used. Even products highly praised by both internet reviewers and pet store associates like Nature's Miracle and Dumb Cat enzyme spray weren't doing anything but masking the smell. Anytime you would sit on the couch for an extended amount of time you could definitely smell the pee.

As a last ditch effort I purchased this product since it had great reviews and I was desperate for a solution. I followed the directions exactly as they instructed and wet the affected areas to reach the urine crystals (I did this with a shampooer, being sure to soak the cushions before removing the excess water). Then I applied a generous amount of Bubba's to the cushions, soaking the area to make sure it reached the center of the cushion and left sitting for 30 minutes. Once the solution had sat long enough, I used the shampooer to soak up the excess fluid and allowed the cushions to dry fully before placing them back on the couch. There isn't a trace of urine scent left- it worked like a charm! As an added bonus, it doesn't have a strong, overpowering scent to it which can sometimes be just as bad as the urine smell itself. I would highly recommend this product to anyone experiencing the same issue we were- just be sure to test the fabric before dousing your cushions in it as it could potentially remove coloring from certain materials.
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on January 25, 2017
The product works. It eliminates the cat urine smell. I think it smells nice. I even use it for a freshener spray in areas where the animals sleep. But, I do have one complaint. I had a problem with cats spraying the base boards. The urine would run down the baseboard into the carpet and seep under the baseboard. So I did the treatment as the directions indicated. When the areas were dry, I noticed that the treated carpet areas along the baseboard were greatly discolored.....much much lighter. It was almost like I used bleach. I did a test area before I started. That area was fine. I think that is because I tested a small piece of carpet behind furniture that had no cat urine. But, when it was used on the carpet where there was cat urine, it lightened the carpet. The cat urine smell is gone. So, I guess I had a choice of carpet that looked ok, but smelled of cat urine or have carpet that looked bleached in some areas, but smelled ok. I wish I had the money to rip all the carpet up and install hardwood floors.
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on July 24, 2016
I have two (large, stinky hound) dogs, a cat, and a bird. I've tried MANY different (expensive) products to try to remove the various odors that accumulate after house training two dogs and an incontinent cat (no longer with us). After using this product on my carpets, in the laundry (for floor rugs and furniture throws), and with a steam mop (just a light spritz on the mop head) for the hard floor surfaces, my house smells pet-less. The scent is just FRESH -- not perfume-y or medicinal. It's sort of like a nice toothpaste smell, but not as minty. If you have big smelly dogs and care how your house smells, this product is for you!

Update: I sprayed this on my workout clothes before washing them. It worked! If you have trouble with odors lingering in clothes even after washing in hot water, try this before you throw away your favorite workout shirt!
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on January 25, 2018
Y'all, just buy this stuff. I've been trying to get puppy stains out our rentals carpets for a LONG time. I even tried a bleach mix. These photos were taken a half hour apart. The directions recommend spraying the stain and letting it sit for 10 min before wiping with a cloth. When I came back after 10 min, I couldn't even tell where I needed to wipe because the stains were already gone! I was hesitant to spend $40 on carpet cleaner when resolve is like 5 bucks, but this is definitely worth the $$!
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on April 11, 2016
This stuff seems so far to be a MIRACLE product. My rescued pup, between upset tummy caused by a certain food and his neutering around the same time began to forget potty habits and used my carpet every single morning religiously at a minimum. It took me three weeks to pinpoint his food was bothering him, and that diarrhea smell made matters worse. The Bissell carpet cleaner wasn't cutting the smell, and if I could smell it, he could as well.
Saturday night, I got my bottle in the mail, and went right to work on it. For deep nasty smells, you are supposed to pour directly on the carpet into the padding, cover with towel and place a heavy object on the spot. That's kind of tough considering a. it is hard to find the spots. I have to smell for them b. there was so much square footage to cover and c. I had no idea how much product was required to get to the carpet padding.

You aren't supposed to have prolonged skin exposure to the product, so I would recommend gloves, but when I did was pour enough product that when massaged foamed up kind of soapy. I covered the area up (the biggest treated are was probably 100-150 sq ft) and put boards weighted down on the them. I left the whole set up overnight.

In the morning, I woke up to the first morning in probably a month to not poop on the floor and no pee in my dog's belly band. I wasn't sure if all the weighted stuff made my dog avoid using that area as a toilet, so I picked up everything and did a sniff check. No smell; just the product. The floor was still wet.

After an afternoon air drying, the floors were completely dry and I vacuumed them (the last step on the bottle). I woke up this morning to clean carpets once again. My only skepticism would lie in what happens when the scent wears off. I'm hoping the dog smell does NOT come back nor the accidents, but will update if this is the case.

I used this product to clean up a canola oil spill on my carpet as well. I sprayed it on, and as per instructions, let the product sit for at least 10 minutes, scrubbed with a rag and repeated the process. The stain appears to have come out 80-90%. I'm thinking if I use the product and then shampoo the area I might be able to get the rest of it out. which I didn't think was possible.

The smell of the product isn't overbearing. It kind of has a minty-Vicks rub smell to it. If you only have a few spots on the floor, it shouldn't dominate your house. My house, since I had to treat around 20% of it, definitely smells heavily like this product and my rags still smell like it even though I washed them. I'm okay with it though because I don't mind the smell of the product even though I'm typically sensitive to things like that. Not sure if it is a pleasant smell or just a great alternative to dog pee smell. I can see how some people may complain about the scent though.

Total I treated about 200sq ft of space I would say and I still have some of the product left. The gallon went a lot further than I thought it would. I can imagine if you treat as accidents happen this product would last quite a while. So worth the $40 and elbow grease to have a clean house again! THANK YOU!
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