Thursday, March 30, 2017

Review & Giveaway: Cleaning up "Accidents" with OmegaPet's Pet Odor & Stain Remover

Review & Giveaway: Cleaning up "Accidents" with OmegaPet's Pet Odor & Stain Remover

The Chesnut Mutts were compensated in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are genuinely mine and we would not share a product that we did not fully believe in. Please do not use any image without permission. This post also contains affiliate links.

So we just moved, surprise! And we now have carpet. Pets and carpet don't mix very well, do they? Accidents happen and all good pet parents have some kind of cleaner on hand. Let's look at an affordable brand who offers a great odor and stain remover: OmegaPet!

OmegaPet Logo


OmegaPet was founded in 2012 and is based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. I was contacted to review their carpet cleaner/stain and odor remover. Knowing I was moving into a carpeted living area it was the perfect time to test it out. I was kind of skeptical because they do seem like a "no-name" brand, but they do have satisfied customers on Amazon and you shouldn't base a book on their cover, right?

OmegaPet Pet Odor & Stain Remover


Pet Carpet Cleaner to clean stains

Shipping was really fast through Amazon and I had to use it right away, unfortunately. Bailey, for some reason, has some potty training issues that we are working on so I've had to use most of the bottle in 2 months.

Jada next to the OmegaPet bottle of carpet cleaner for pets
"Look what I found, Mama!"

So you've found a stain or fresh pee spot. Now what? First dab the spot with a towel to get any excess liquid, then grab your trusty Pet Odor & Stain Remover and completely cover the area with the spray. (if you are worried about the spray discoloring your carpet or other fabric, try it out first in another area) Let it sit 10 minutes and then blot with another towel and vacuum if wanted. For our hardwood floor and readers who live on other surfaces besides carpet, you can use this spray as well!

Using OmegaPet carpet cleaner to clean pet stains
Pee spot is all gone!

So how does it work? The key to its effectiveness is the bio-enzymatic formula. The combination of enzymes and surfactant break down the pee and other odor causing ickiness. I do have to warn our readers that the fragrance is very perfume-like. I'm sensitive to certain smells and this does get me coughing a bit. A good thing is that all the ingredients are natural, biodegradable, and environmentally friendly.

Jada and OmegaPet pet odor spray

Does this work with other things besides fresh pee? Why yes, it does! It is perfect for old pee stains and we have even tried it on some vomit which had the potential to do some serious staining. I had to repeatedly spray it every 10 minutes, and it worked out really well. I am sure this also will work really well for cat boxes, but be wary if your cat is sensitive to smells. One thing to note is that the results are very quick. I spray it and it immediately starts to foam up and do its thing. After dabbing it with the towel, there is no evidence there was ever a stain, except for some slight dampness which goes away within time.

Jada cleaning up a pet accident with odor removing spray
"Helping Mama out with cleaning..."

In a Nutshell...
  • OmegaPet was founded in 2012 and is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
  • Their Pet Odor and Stain Remover works well because of a bio-enzymatic formula getting rid of the odor or stain causing nastiness.
  • It works well on all kinds of stains, new and old,  and works fast!
  • You can find OmegaPet's Pet Odor & Stain Remover at their store or on Amazon


Considering I was going into this review extremely skeptical, I was thoroughly surprised! It is easily comparable to name brands and I love how fast and efficient it works. Thumbs up from us! Ain't nobody got time to sit around cleaning up pee!

How often does your pet have an "accident"?
Let us know in the comments below!

Jada and OmegaPet Pet mess cleaner
"Thanks, OmegaPet!"

Want to try it out? We have a special coupon available to the first 50 readers who use the link below!
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Also, we are having a giveaway!

One reader will win a bottle of OmegaPet's Pet Odor & Stain Remover (ARV 24.95)
U.S. Only, 18+, Ends 04/13/17 at 11:59 pm EST
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32 comments:

  1. My cat gets a little too excited when i give him wet food that he will eat it super fast and sometimes puke it right back up! I could def use this cleaner to clean up kitty puke every week!

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  2. I have 2 Boston's and one is 11 years old. He has accidents about once a week, but I also foster and they will come in and have accidents.

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  3. Whenever one of dogs gets excited and happy she has a little accident.

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  4. My old girl has quite a few so I have ben shampoing the carpet quite a bit.

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  5. My cat has an accident maybe 2 times a month. Usually when I'm not home.

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  6. Thankfully, not very often. My cats do have hairballs every so often though.

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  7. i have 3 little gals, they have accidents if i leave them alone too long. my oldest has accidents a lot now. i have tarps on my floor, she has dementia, is almost blind, deaf and has terminal cancer. she still tries though. so i would say i have accidents several times a day. though today was a good day, did not have any.

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  8. I have 6 dogs & cats in the house. Between hairballs, barfing, piddles and piles - there is always something going on!

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  9. I would say 2-4 times a month.

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  10. They don't have potty accidents but we do get some vomit on the carpet at times and it needs a good pet enzymatic cleaner! We also have fosters sometimes that do but our dogs don't potty on the carpet

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  11. We just got through a big move, too and now have lighter carpets. Need to get some good stain remover!

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  12. Maybe once a week when she gets hyper about people coming over to the house.

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  13. My baby rarely has accidents, so I would say once a month.

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  14. Until this time last year, my senior Treeing Walker Coonhound, Suki, was having frequent accidents in the house. We lost her on April 20th of last year and had a bit of a break, but more recently my senior cat, Moko, has been having health issues and one of the downsides is that she was wetting on furniture. Even when we got her to stop going on the furniture, she would still wet on the cat tree. It's to the point where I actually have attached a small litter box to the second level from the top. She spends most of her day on the smaller, upper level, which is also where I put her food. She's been doing better - only going in the box (although it's small and sometimes she puts her butt too close to the side and misses). Today, though, she pointedly peed on a suitcase sitting near the cat tree. I would love a product like this to get rid of the odor.

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  15. My dogs don't have accidents except when they're left in the house too long.

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  16. Very rarely my cats will have an accident. Only if they get stuck in a bedroom and cant get to the litter box.

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  17. I have a older male cat that has an accident about one a week

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  18. Our american eskimo is very good, and only has an accident if we are gone a really long time. Our pomchi is temperamental. He will purposely go if we do something that makes him mad. Our cat is fairly good too, but she gets a little sick if she gets anxious

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  19. Mollie still has quite a bit of accidents we've had her for 2 months now and shes still a puppy at 5 months. Shes doing good but still has lot of accidents

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  20. sometimes if we have a long day at work and they're by themselves for a long day

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  21. Between our dog and our cat, I'd say once every two weeks. Our dog is 14 years old so things happen...and our cat - well, you know those furballs. Lol

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  22. About once a week, she gets anxiety and she hides and goes.

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  23. I have five senior dogs, so accidents happen a lot. I baby-gate my one dog in the kitchen when gone, and probably at least two out five times, she'll pee. But that's an easy place to clean up messes.

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  24. Dixie rarely has an accident but has a nervous bladder and has squirted when stressed like someone trying to grab at her

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  25. Our dog has an accident maybe once every monnth or two

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  26. Every couple of months, she may have an accident if she is not feeling good

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  27. Our dog has accidents maybe once per month

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  28. It's not that bad, but my senior Monty gets confused and has an accident about once a month.

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  29. Hi there! Just found your blog through the Pet Parade!

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