Pet Areas

Question 1 of 12.

When cleaning pet areas, what PPE is required?

Gloves and spill apron
Safety glasses and gloves
Safety glasses and steel toed boots
Spill apron and steel toed boots

You should wear gloves and safety glasses when working with chemicals and coming into contact with pet waste.

Question 2 of 12.

Before spraying with LOD, it is important to:

1. Wear your personal protective equipment (PPE)
2. Remove feces and debris
3. Spray the turf thoroughly with water
4. All of the above

Before spraying with LOD, you should put on your PPE, remove feces and debris, and thoroughly wet the turf.

Question 3 of 12.

What is the dilution ratio of LOD to water?

None of the above

The dilution rate is 50:50, meaning there should be equal amounts of LOD and water in the pump sprayer.

Question 4 of 12.

When is the best time to clean turf?


LOD works best when it remains wet. Early in the morning, surfaces are cooler so the product won't dry as quickly.

Question 5 of 12.

Where else can LOD be used to eliminate odors?

Pavers, concrete, and tile
Dumpsters, trash chutes, and outdoor walls
All of the above

LOD is a versatile product that can be used on a variety of hard and porous surfaces including all of those listed above.

Question 6 of 12.

True or False: When wet, LOD doubles in strength every 20 minutes.


As long as the turf is wet, LOD will double its strength every 20 minutes, eliminating foul odors and leaving behind a pleasant, mild fragrance.

Question 7 of 12.

How often should pet areas be cleaned?

1. Once per week
2. When tenants complain
3. On a regular schedule based on your facility's specific use patterns

It is very important to establish a regular cleaning program for pet areas. Factors that may impact your cleaning frequency include pet use and outdoor temperatures.

Question 8 of 12.

During which season does turf need to be cleaned more frequently?


The heat in the summer can increase pet odors and attract flies, so it's important to clean turf more frequently during this season.

Question 9 of 12.

If pet odors start to get out of hand, what additional step(s) can be taken?

1. Spray with Super Deodorant to contain the smells
2. Increase the frequency of cleaning
3. Both of the above

Diluted Super Deodorant can help contain orders while LOD does its job.  Increasing cleaning frequency will reduce the spread of flies and odors.

Question 10 of 12.

What product should be used to wipe down waste stations?

1. LOD
2. Super Deodorant
3. TurboKill

Turbo Kill RTU Disinfectant Cleaner should be sprayed onto a clean towel to wipe down pet waste stations.

Question 11 of 12.

What product should be used on pet “issue” areas, such as walkways, walls, and planters?

1. LOD
2. Super Deodorant
3. TurboKill

LOD diluted 50:50 with water should be used with a pump sprayer to clean pet problem areas as soon as possible after soiling.

Question 12 of 12.

Which of the following is NOT a step in the Pet Care cleaning process?

1. Clean up feces and debris
2. Empty trash receptacles
3. Refill dog waste bag stations
4. Disinfect turf with Turbo Kill

Each of these are important steps in the pet area cleaning process, but Turbo Kill RTU Disinfectant Cleaner should only be used to sanitize touch points such as the waste station. Using Turbo Kill on turf is wasteful and will deactivate the LOD.

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