Bac-Out Carpet Stain + Odor Remover Foaming Action Spray - 32 Fl Oz


Our Bac-Out’s bio-enzymatic cleaning power removes the toughest stains and odors. From pet mishaps to wine spills, Bac-Out’s foam action clings to stains and odors, which is great for vertical surfaces and works wonders on fabrics, laundry, carpets, furniture and more. It safely eliminates stains, odors and urine from your furry friend's favorite areas. It contains live enzyme cultures that break down stains and odors into tiny particles.

  • Enyzmatic formula breaks down stains & odors until they're gone

  • No phosphates, chlorine, ammonia and artificial fragrances or dyes.

  • We use biodegradable ingredients, never test on animals, and are manufactured in the USA with US and imported parts.

My sprayer is not working what can I do to get it to work?

Slowly pull the trigger all the way back then release. This may take 5-10 times in a row slowly (without force) to get the sprayer to work. If you are still having trouble please reach out to our customer service team.

Contains: water, glycerin (plant-derived), viable bacteria culture (plant-derived), phenoxyethanol, C12-16 pareth-7 (plant-derived), tetrasodium glutamate diacetate (plant-derived), disodium citrate (plant-derived), and citrus species leaf oil (plant-derived).

Contains No Phosphates, Chlorine, Ammonia, Brighteners, Artificial Colors, Artificial Fragrance.

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