How To Remove Skunk Spray From A Dog

 

Watch the video and follow the simple directions to safely wash your dog when it has been sprayed by a skunk. Make sure to take your time and thoroughly lather up all areas allowing the detergents to remain 5-10 minutes prior to rinsing. Repeat the process several times if necessary.

We use a similar method when removing the tracked-in skunk odor from carpeting, upholstered furniture and Oriental rugs.

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How To Remove Skunk Spray From A Dog

 

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