Date: 2007-11-23 18:40:44 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: ferret safe grease remover
Take the rugs outside and hang over a fence or something. Use the dawn
on it and then hose it down with the water hose to get all the soap
out. Hanging allows gravity to help pull it DOWN. Hose from the top
down to remove the soap.
Yes, water will stain the unfinished floors, but it can be corrected.
Use the Murphy's wood soap on the floors. But, save yourself the
trouble and clean them outside and dry before bringing it in. If you
don't want to take them outside, you can slip a plastic placemat under
the area (yes, you may have to move a bit of furniture) before cleaning.
--- In email@example.com, "Sheryl" <miwok34@...> wrote:
> We did use Dawn to get most of the grease off the cat.
> I was thinking about using it on my rugs but I don't know how easy it
> would be to get the suds out of my rugs and I also don't know if the
> water I'll have to add will do any damage to my unfinshed hardwood
> floors underneath. [A safe approach for ferret was requested since
> they will later use the carpet: Mod]
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