IF URINE LEAKS ON TO YOUR CLOTHES:
If your clothes are washable you should attempt to wash them in cold running water, then leave them to soak overnight in a solution of biological detergent and warm water, then wash as normal. If your fabrics are not washable; dissolve the biological detergent in luke warm water, sponge the mark and repeat with cold water before taking them to the dry cleaners if necessary.
IF URINE IS ON CARPETS OR SOFT FURNISHINGS:
Mop up any excess and dissolve the biological detergent in warm water. Test the fabric for color fastness in a hidden area and if there are no problems sponge the selected area and repeat with cold water. If necessary shampoo your carpet.
IF YOU HAVE FAECES ON CLOTHES:
You should wash your clothes using a biological detergent as soon as possible, if they are non-washable you should take them to dry cleaners.
IF FAECES IS ON CARPETS OR SOFT FURNISHINGS:
Sponge with warm water, blot dry, then sponge with a mixture of biological detergent and warm water ensuring you do not get the area too wet. If the stain persists mix 1 part distilled vinegar with 3 parts water and use it to sponge the stain before blowing it dry. Remember to try this on a non-visible area first.