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Cleaning Techniques & Troubleshooting
P-Magic is easy to use! Learn the techniques and what to do if things go wrong.
Using P-Magic: Step-by-step instructions
Need some troubleshooting? Let's go through it step-by-step! First, let's see that you are using the right type of pan and broom! See examples of what works best... Sprinkle P-Magic powder to cover your pet's pee / vomit / diarrhea and wait for 60 sec for it to convert to a gel. If the get is not forming or is still runny, just sprinkle more P-Magic! To collect the gel start by using the
Why I should not use a pan with rubber edge?
With a pan with rubber edge It is not so easy to scrape the gel from the floor or brush the remaining particles onto the pan - so we do not recommend to use it. But if you do not have another pan, it will do the job as well.
How much P-Magic should I use for one clean-up?
Sprinkle P-Magic powder on your pet's pee / poop / diarrhea / vomit to cover the mess. Around 5 grams will cover a regular pee puddle etc. If, after 60 seconds, the gel is not formed, it means that you haven’t sprinkled enough P-Magic. Simply sprinkle some more and repeat. A 100 gram bottle of P-Magic powder absorbs and neutralizes 4.5 litres of urine in a bowl. Quantity of P-Magic needed for cleaning up pee, poop, vomit or diarrhea will depend on your pet's size and habits. Please watch the
Does P-Magic remove stains or dry-clean my fabric or carpet?
P-Magic is your first line of defense against your pet messes. It is not a stain remover or a dry-cleaning product.
Can I use P-Magic on carpets & sofas?
P-Magic works on all surfaces, including carpets, sofas etc. Always remember that it is not a stain remover, just the first line of defence. After use, please make sure that your surface or furniture is completely free of P-Magic particles. Afterwards, use the regular cleaning protocol for textile surfaces to remove the stains.
The right pan and broom for using P-Magic?
You need a commonly used inexpensive dust pan with no rubber edge and a grass broom or plastic brush with soft dense bristles. Brushes with hard bristles and different types of mops and sweepers do not work for this. Please see some examples below! See which tools work and which ones do not...
What is the best technique to collect the gel?
To collect the gel start by using a pan to scrape the gel off the floor while using a broom to brush the remaining gel onto the pan with light strokes. Avoid exerting hard pressure while using the broom, as it will squish the gel granules into a sticky paste. If that happens - don’t stress, simply add a little water on the sticky gel, scrub lightly, sprinkle more P-Magic, wait for 60 seconds and collect again. Make sure you use the right tools: you need a commonly used inexpensive dust pan wi
What to do if gel is not converting or not formed properly?
If, after 60 seconds, the gel is not formed or is runny, it means that you haven’t sprinkled enough P-Magic. Simply sprinkle some more and repeat. To see the technique, please watch our HOW IT WORKS video:
What to do if waste - or gel is sticking to the floor?
If the gel - or the waste - is sticking to your floor surface or the broom, it means that you haven’t sprinkled enough P-Magic - or you are squishing the gel granules by applying too much force. Don't stress: Pour some water, scrub lightly, sprinkle more P-Magic, wait, and collect again. Remember to use light strokes for collecting the gel. If the waste or gel is still sticking to the floor...