Arm Yourself with Enzymes

From KIDS ‘N’ PETS

jamWhether you’re bringing a newborn home from the hospital, chasing after a toddler or coordinating drop off for your preschooler, there is one constant – kids make life messy! Cleaning up means dealing with stains and odors.

While many people look for cleaning products that are safe and non-toxic, the folks at KIDS ‘N’ PETS also recommend another necessary that is less well-known – enzymes!

Enzymes are the key ingredient to breaking down and eliminating both stains and odors and what’s great – they are natural cleaning agents.

How do enzymes work?

Enzymes accelerate chemical reactions and the breakdown of organic materials, helping to permanently and safely eliminate stains and odors.

Have a spill? Grab your enzyme-based product fast! They do their best spit upwork dissolving organic materials if the stain hasn’t set in yet.

What kind of stains and odors do enzymes work on?

Everything from food stains to sour milk, puke to poop, from a potty training accident or diaper blow out to marker stains and wine spills.

Enzymes are also one of the only cleaning agents that can eliminate ammonia, the stinky scent in animal urine. Have a sassy cat who preferred life before the new baby and is letting you know it? Enzymes will eliminate the cat urine scent, making it less likely they will return to the scene of the crime.

How else can I use enzymes?

DRAWINGEnzymes work on any water-safe surface. Bedding to strollers, couches to carpets, clothing to car upholstery.

KIDS ‘N’ PETS is supporting PEPS this year with a sponsorship because our cleaner was developed locally by a dad in Seattle. We also support pet rescue and adoption. Parents and pet owners are our customers and we want to show our support to organizations that support them too.


About the Author

kidsnpetsKIDS ‘N’ PETS was developed to be non-toxic and works well because it contains enzymes. It was given the Winner’s Seal of Approval from the popular Parent Tested, Parent Approved group.

 

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