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is all Nature's miracle cat litter flushable?
Dog owner: Yes
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: Yes
Small animal owner: No
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You can flush the daily wastes on all of our Nature's Miracle litters with the exception of the Nature's Miracle Easy Care Crystal Litter. this is not recommended to be flushed. If we can help with anything further, please feel free to contact us.
Dog owner: Yes
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: Yes
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Does your waterless shampoo spray remove urushiol oil from a pet's coat?
The product description states that it "controls oil". Does this mean that it only removes the dog's naturally produced oils? My dogs are bringing in the oil from the poison ivy plant (urushiol oil) on their coats and consequently I'm getting a rash from it. If this product doesn't remove the oil from the coat, do you make a product that does?
Dog owner: Yes
Cat owner: No
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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 - North Carolina
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Thank you for contacting Nature's Miracle. Although the shampoo will assist in cleaning some of the oils as will our wipes with regards to transferring to you and giving you a rash the product will not directly break down the oil from the plant itself and unfortunately none of our products that we carry will do that directly.
Dog owner: No
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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 - New York
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Used "Housebreaking" by accident inside! How can I get rid of the smell?
We have both the Housebreaking and the odor remover from Nature's Miracle. They both work WONDERFULLY. So well, in fact, that when my daughter accidentally used the Housebreaking solution INSIDE (thinking it was the odor remover) our puppy began to dutifully go in that spot! How can I get rid of that odor in the carpet now? Will the odor remover take out that odor as well?
Dog owner: Yes
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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Thank you for contacting Nature's Miracle. Rest assured you are not the first person to have done this before. For starters I would take a little baking soda and put it on top of the areas that you sprayed with the housebreaking spray. Let it sit on there for a few hours and then vaccuum it up. After that is done yes, you can treat with the Stain & Odor Remover which should help.
Dog owner: No
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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 - New York
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How can I use nature's miracle on synthetic grass?
What is the best way to use the cleaner on my synthetic grass?
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Cat owner: No
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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Thank you for contacting Nature's Miracle. As with any other type of area you are treating the best way to treat is by pouring the product directly on the affected area. You do not say how large an area it is or if it is ourdoors. If outdoors none of our products are geared to work outside. Also, one gallon of Nature's Miracle treats a 3' x 3' area so you need to make sure based on the size you use enough product for it to work most effectively.
Dog owner: No
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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 - New York
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Have a new dog in the house and now our cat is urinating on the couches, beds, etc.....what can I use to help her???
Dog owner: Yes
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: Yes
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Thank you for contacting Nature's Miracle. Your cat is doing this because he is jealous and a bit stressed from the new dog. You didnt mention what the material was of the couches but we have a product out called Nature's Miracle Pet Block for cats that you can spray on the couches or bedding etc. (as long as not leather or suede) and this is basically a deterrent/repellant to help keep them from going on or in areas you do not wish them to be.
Dog owner: No
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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 - New York
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My cat urinates on the carpet and poos in the tub
I have an 11yr old cat and he has recently decided to start urinating on the bath mat and my area rug. I have been using the cat urine odor remover but he keeps going back. Should I use the pet blocker or the marking product? He's never had a problem urinating in the litter box before.
Additionally, he is a rescue cat and has alway pooed in the bathtub, better than some places I guess, but is there a way to deter him from that as well?
Dog owner: No
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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KathleenH
 - Columbus, GA
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Thank you for contacting Nature's Miracle. We do make a product called No More Spraying which after you have cleaned up the urine you can spray on those areas to prevent him from resoiling there. The product acts as a repellant/deterrent. As for the bathtub because it is not a porous substance I am not sure anything will truly work there however you could try the pet block to try to stop him from going in there.
Dog owner: No
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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 - New York
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laundry use -- safe for children / infant clothing
I read where the cat and dog stain & odor removers can be used in the laundry. 2 questions: 1) how much should be used for a load of laundry (in addition to putting on actual stains--if laundry is especially smelly), and 2) is the product safe to use on infant and children's clothing?
Dog owner: Yes
Cat owner: No
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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Thank you for contacting Nature's Miracle. Yes the product is safe for use on infants clothing, there are no chemicals in our products and they are completely non-toxic. With regard to the laundry for a full load it is recommended using a full cup of Nature's Miracle along with your detergent.
Dog owner: No
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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 - New York
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can I use an enzyme cleaner after using natures miracle no more marking stain and odor remover?
I used the above product on a one week old cat urine stain and there is still some odor. Does this product contain an enzyme? I didn't see one listed on the label. If not can I use and enzyme cleaner after using this product as it does contain sodium laurel sulfate which is a detergent. I know that detergents can deactivate enzyme cleaners.
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Azalea
Dog owner: Yes
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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azalea
 - seattle
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Thank you for contacting Nature's Miracle. The No More Marking is a dog product meant to deter/repel dogs from going back and resoiling in a specific area. To treat a cat urine stain and odor you should be using the Natures Miracle Just for Cats Stain & Odor remover. That is why this is not working for you. If you use that product there is no need to use another product and you should not mix products either as it deems our product less effective and can cause a chemical reaction.
Dog owner: No
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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 - New York
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can I use ultra-cleanse shampoo "just for cats" on my small dog?
Dog owner: Yes
Cat owner: No
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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Thank you for contacting Natures Miracle. Yes you can use the shampoo for your cat on your dog, this is perfectly fine.
Dog owner: No
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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 - New York
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Cat urine on my car seat.
I let a coworker use my car to bring her cat to the vet. It peed in the kennel and it leaked on to my car seat. I got the car home 3 hrs later and sprayed it with the regular nature's miracle and shop vacuumed it up but it still stinks so I think I need to use the cat urine specific product. How much can I put on in one application and how long do I let it soak before I vacuum it out?.
Dog owner: Yes
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: Yes
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Thank you for contacting Nature's Miracle. For starters when using the Natures Miracle on the car seat you need to make sure you heavily saturate the area and cannot use this on suede or leather. You are not supposed to vacuum it up but rather allow it to completely air dry naturally out of the sun as well. By using the shop vacuum you removed all the product. So you need to resaturate it, leave the windows open and keep in a shaded area and allow it to dry.
Dog owner: No
Cat owner: Yes
Bird owner: No
Small animal owner: No
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 - New York
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