by Karen Bates
(last updated August 10, 2015)
No matter how much you clean, you may find that a house with pets just can't stay clean for very long. Although they certainly don't mean to be messy, your dog, cat, or other pet can still leave behind annoying stains and messes that you must repeatedly tidy up.
Still, having pets doesn't mean that you can't get a clean home. It may require a little extra work, but your efforts will pay off when your house looks sparkling clean.
There are certain areas that you probably think to clean all the time. These include floors, sofas, chairs, and windows, among others. But there are other places where you may find pet messes, and you probably don't consider these areas very often. Still, if you own pets you are likely to find a dirty, scummy build-up on your walls and doors.
Whether you are dealing with slobber, urine, dirt, or other pet-related messes, there are certain methods you can try to rid your doors and walls of pet scum:
No matter how many pets you may have or what size they are, it is important to stay on top of pet messes by cleaning up regularly. Preventing pet scum from building up in the first place can make future cleanings much quicker and easier.
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