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      Nature's Miracle vs. Vinegar

      Cash has been doing really well with potty training, however he does still have an accident sometimes. I've read about using Natures' Miracle to clean, but it's kind of expensive. I've also read about using a vinegar/water mix as well, so I've done that so far. I'm wondering though, does it work as good as Nature's Miracle or should I shell out the money for the NM?

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      Natures Miracle User here. Bacon has been potty trained for about 6 months, and he never re-marks old spots.
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      Vinegar might not work very well for dogs who like the taste. But vinegar works for us. We use it full strength, only cut 50/50 with water for rinsing smells off the dog.

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      Nature's Miracle has saved my rugs many times. It works very well on barf!
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      Nature's Miracle is an enzyme killer, meaning it not just covers up but removes odors, so it's pretty much the gold standard. I don't think vinegar is nearly as effective.
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      I have always used vinegar and worked really good for all my puppies

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      I'm a Nature's Miracle girl.
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      I have used both and don't see a difference except the natures miracle has a pleasant scent while the vinegar burns my nose, but only for a few minutes.

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      Nature's Miracle user here. Besides the pleasant smell, it gets stains out. We don't have puppies so oops are often of the diarrhea poop variety. I have cream colored rugs and it gets them clean.

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      i use both along with the bissel cleaner for the machine.

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