How would you get doggy smell out of a couch

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10 years 5 days ago #32059 by muri
Pretty hard to drive past a nice leather couch on the side of the road [well actually two lazyboy chairs and another that form a couch, in nice black leather]
Only problem it has a VERY strong doggy smell
Its still at my friends place near where i found it until i collect it and its in a large open barn but still 'strong'
They cleaned it up with a leather cleaner for me but think it needs some kind of deodoriser.
Any ideas please

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10 years 4 days ago #428870 by igor
Let the billy goat sleep on it for a few weeks. Might mask the stink of dog to some extent. I'm sure that you will get used to it after a while though.

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10 years 4 days ago #428884 by Kiwi303
you may well have to disassemble it and get the dog hair and stuff out of all the crvices too deep for a vacuum skinny stick.

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10 years 4 days ago #428887 by Andrea1
Oust is a good spray for killing odour-causing bacteria. Cheap as, so give it a go. I like kiwi's suggestion, though. Bit of a nuisance, but worth it for a good leather sofa.

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10 years 4 days ago #428896 by muri
I will try the oust, sounds easier than either igor or kiwis suggestions.
Luckily we dont have a billy goat to help out

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10 years 4 days ago #428919 by Stikkibeek
First of all you have to remove the dog! :rolleyes:

Did you know, that what you thought I said, was not what I meant :S

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