Spot Shot Spring Cleaning Giveaway

Amy Tokic
by Amy Tokic
Finding it hard to start your spring cleaning? Let us give you a hand – we want you to win our Spot Shot Spring Cleaning Giveaway!

Spring is in the air… and mud is on the carpet! Hands up if this happens to you: the moment you finish spring cleaning is the exact moment your dog decides to redecorate your home with a not-so-fetching paw print pattern. Some may call it art dogo, but I just call it a mess. Spot Shot feels our pain, and that’s why we’ve teamed up with them to bring you the Spot Shot Spring Cleaning Giveaway!

Carpets always suffer the most, and in my house, these stains are often left to sit. It’s probably because they’re not at eye level, so stains can hide from me for a couple of days before I get to them. Most often, Oscar is my main stain-maker. He scoots (leaving a skid mark); he pukes (right before I’m headed out the door); he pees (only when the fire alarm goes off); and he leaves his treats sitting around (to melt or meld into the carpet). And the smell that accompanies these messes… well, let’s just say that the odor left behind won’t be made into a plug-in scent any time soon!

Carpet patterns and air fresheners only hide so much… the rest is on display for guests to judge me and Oscar to show off his abstract stains of art.

But friends and neighbors can find something else to gossip about. Thanks to Spot Shot, Oscar’s unsightly stains are cast out (as is the eau du Oscar left behind).

Here’s what pet parents will love about Spot Shot:

  • It’s non-toxic and safe to use around your pets
  • Spot Shot instantly eliminates the toughest pet stains and the equally tough odors that come along with them!
  • It’s specially formulated to get out the worst stains – including urine, dog feces, and dirty or greasy paw prints – while still being gentle to your carpet’s fibers
  • All Spot Shot products safely eliminate tough, old carpet stains without scrubbing, thanks to built-in powerful cleaning agents
  • Neutralizers eliminate the worst odors and leave a clean, light fragrance

Are you ready to blast the pet stains left in your carpet into oblivion? Perfect! We’ve got a Spot Shot Grand Prize and two Runner-Up Prizes to giveaway.

Up for Grabs

Grand Prize

  • $50 Walmart Gift card
  • United Solutions 4.5 gallon plastic utility pail with handle and pouring spout
  • Libman power Scrub Brush
  • Clean Ultra Grip Latex Gloves with Pearl Lining
  • Lysol Durable Scrub Sponges (2-Pack)
  • Spot Shot Pet
  • Spot Shot Instant Carpet Stain Remover
  • Lava Soap
  • Lava Towel
  • 2000 Flushes

Two (2) Runner-Up Prizes

  • $25 Walmart eGift card

How To Enter:

Fill out the Rafflecopter entry form below. There are a few different ways to boost your odds of winning. You must leave a comment on this blog post (worth +5 points) about why you need to win this prize pack and follow Spot Shot on Facebook (worth +5 points). You can boost your chances by following us on Twitter (worth +5 points) and tweeting a message about this contest (worth +5 points daily).

The more tasks you complete, the more entries you’ll have in our giveaway. Winners are picked randomly by Rafflecopter.

You have from Tuesday, March 22 to Monday, March 29, 2016 12AM EST. We’ll announce the winner by Thursday, March 31, 2016. This giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. ONLY. Spot Shot Pet and Spot Shot Instant Carpet Stain Remover are widely available throughout the U.S. Use the product locator to find a Spot Shot near you!

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Amy Tokic
Amy Tokic

Amy Tokic, Editor of, is a passionate animal lover and proud pet parent of Oscar, a Shih Tzu/Chihuahua cross, and Zed, a Japanese Chin. Her love of animals began in kindergarten, when she brought her stuffed dog Snoopy into class with her every day. Now, she writes about her adventures in pet ownership and tirelessly researches products, news and health related issues she can share with other animal enthusiasts. In her free time, Amy loves perusing used book and record stores, obsessing over the latest pet products available and chasing squirrels with wild abandon (a habit attributed to spending too much time with her pooches).

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