“best way to get cat pee smell out +best cleaner to remove dog urine smell”

For really tough cat urine odor, you may have to treat the area more than once. Carpet, furniture and mattresses typically require 1-2 treatments. Concrete, wood, tile and other hard surfaces usually need 3-5 treatments with 1 treatment a day.
Hello, one of my 2 cats has peed (a lot!) on my sofa – so that two of the large seat cushions, as well as the space between them (down into the sofa structure) are soaked. I have sprayed/soaked the affected areas with Fresh ‘n Clean, but just noticed that the label states that the formula includes baking soda deodorizers, but no enzymes. I have two main questions: (1) Since it does not contain enzymes, is Fresh ‘n Clean one of those that only mask the odor? Is it not effective in preventing repeat transgressions? (2) After soaking everything with the spray, when is the best time to launder – immediately or after the spray has soaked in & dried? Please respond as soon as possible! Thanks for any help!
A: Under normal circumstances, sewer gas vents outside the home and dissipates into the atmosphere. Plumbing problems sometimes allow the gas to escape in the home, creating an offensive odor. Stopping the odor sometimes requires a few minutes and a pitcher of water. At other times, you might need to call for professional help.
Bleach is another very common tool which is used to remove the traces of the dog toilet. Before implementing bleach on any surface make a test and make sure that the textile is capable to survive after this chemical ingredient. Especially it is important to test the surface in case you have very expensive carpet. Basically you need to try the mixture on the very small surface which is not that visible before implementing this method.
If you don’t have hydrogen peroxide on hand you can substitute it with a laundry spray stain remover. Check the bottle. If it says ‘Oxy’ anywhere on the label then it probably contains hydrogen peroxide. Preen, Sard, OxiClean etc.
If the carpet is in a room you plan to utilize until the installation date, you can easily remove only the damaged area by cutting through the carpet and pad with a utility knife. To be on the safe side, extend the perimeter by at least a foot. 
Did you know an estimated 164 million people in the United States own pets? Americans certainly love their furry friends. Unfortunately, pets often contaminate homes with foul odors. Have you recently purchased a house with a disgusting cat pee smell or a putrid dog urine smell ? We will completely eliminate the smell of dog or cat urine odor from your house leaving it smelling like to new construction.
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Most of those which aren’t direct use enzymatic products are made to be used with deep cleaning machines of various stripes. They work great for your carpet anyway, so why not make sure that you get something specifically designed to take care of the assorted feces, vomit, and urine stains that plague many pet owners?
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Odor Destroyer is not a simple air freshener designed to cover the smell with a stronger scent. Designed specifically to deal with difficult odors like cat urine, Odor Destroyer is a formulated blend of odor eliminating compounds. The fragrances in Odor Destroyer are present only to leave your home smelling fresh while the active ingredients neutralize the source of the odor.
Also, try to remove your shoes at the door to avoid bringing into the home the smells that cue “OK to pee here” response. I found that my dogs had more accidents right after professional steam cleaning because the padding released additional urine smell, again the cue. We went with hardwood and area rugs and close the doors to bedrooms that still have carpet. Crate a night. Happy life.
Keep that litter box pristine. Your idea of clean and your cat’s idea of clean may not be the same. Choose a time each day to clean the box and sprinkle a baking-soda based deodorizer to keep things fresh for your cat.
Mon4e – Since you breed cats I would definitely invest in an upholstery cleaner. I really love Bissell’s Little Green Machine (the heated one) and the pet stain formula for that particular machine. I’d check out Amazon for the best price/suggestions. Also, it wouldn’t hurt to get some OxiClean spray too to use as a pre-treat. I have two super messy tots and OxiClean has yet to fail me.
I put a few scoops in some decorative glass bowl in my living room, next day I could smell a huge difference. Works with animal urine and general funk. I would suggest being a little generous at first then scaling it back down for maintenance.
Cover the area where you used the enzymatic cleaner with a towel or anything that helps cats and people avoid the spot. If the stain and the cleaner went deep into the cushions, it could take several days to dry. If possible, leave the cushions outdoors in the sun to help dry them and remove odors.
I picked up this product from the store one day thinking it was such a great find, but sadly my expectations were not met. While the home spray has a fresh scent, it isn’t any stronger than a regular one on the market. Add to it that this scent is meant to be light and airy and you get a formula that dissipates much too soon.
Kierstin, thanks for your response. And the mention of our daughter. She’s clean right now and we’re hoping it sticks this time, as difficult a thing as that is. She’s in her early 20’s and I’d really hate to see her life go to waste to a horrible drug.
We just got two kittens about a week and a half ago. They both use the litter box, but I noticed he doesn’t cover up. As I was cleaning today I’ve noticed cat pee and a lot of different places. I caught him tonight peeing on my daughter’s bed, a mink blanket I got in Korea. He is only 7 to 9 weeks old and we got him from the animal shelter. Do you think it’s because he’s still young and having accidents or could there possibly be something else? Everything else about him is great. Oh, we do have 2 dogs but they are separated by a baby gate so they can see each other but not so much interaction just yet.
Please don’t keep a pit outdoors. They need their people. You can use a puppy pad and train her to use it. I use adult human incontinence pads – the extra large size for my dog. They’re cheaper than the specialty dog ones. The other option is to check out eBay or Amazon for doggie diapers. They come in a disposable type and various cloth versions where you put a pad in it. The pet stores carry them, too, but they’re more expensive. Keep your dog sleeping beside you.
The service told me they would come back out believe it or not – for a 3rd time. (Free of charge) They are sending someone else. I guess they are going to blacklight everything again and if nothing is showing up on the surface, they will perform some kind of moisture testing. Told me that if it is in the pad of the carpet they are able to pull up those areas and replace sections of the pad. Really hoping the carpet doesn’t need to go. Nothing is visible and it is certainly much better, but I am ready for my house to smell fresh again. (and be sanitary of course) Hopefully the third visit will be a charm. They have actually been very understanding – thank goodness.
If you’ve got a carpet cleaner already, then this might be just the solution you’re looking for. If not, you can try and mix it in a spray bottle to take advantage of the lowered cost but you might be better off with one of the other standalone products we recommend.
Hydrogen peroxide is another great substance when it comes to breaking down the “crystals” of urine and pulling out stains. Combine it with naturally deodorizing baking soda, and you have another great solution for cleaning up stains.
Give Fido a bath. As much as you love your dog, it’s possible that your pup is bringing some bad smells into the house. eliminate this odor source, give your dog a bath in a tub or sink with pet shampoo, take a trip to the groomers, or visit a pet bath station at the local pet store.
Burn incense. Incense comes in many forms and in many different smells. To burn incense sticks, place the skinny end of the stick into an incense holder. Light the opposite end of the stick until the tip begins to glow, and then blow out the flame. As the incense burns it will release sweet-smelling smoke that will make the air smell great.
Most reviewers love the smell, stating that it is not too overpowering, but nice, clean, and great for a fresh smelling house. Although most people enjoy the smell of this product, a select few say it is too strong and unpleasant. Some also claim the product does not work at all, saying you can smell oranges for a day or two and that, once that scent dissipates, the urine is back again.
I have two cats. One male and one female. My male is just over a year old. He was born feral. I have had him from about 8-10 weeks of age. He had few accidents in the first couple of weeks but that eventually stopped. My female is only a week over six months of age. She was litter box trained when I brought her home but still had accidents for the first couple of weeks. She has stopped. I have had cats almost my entire life so I know that when a male sprays the smell is stronger. That being said, my male has started spraying again. Most of the time I catch him in the act because he seems to be doing so out of anger. Most of the time it seems to be on my bedding (pillows or blankets). I am able to take those things to a washer and clean them with vinegar and/or baking soda and the smell is gone. My problem is that he is spraying in some other spot within my small living space. I cannot clean it because I cannot distinguish where he is spraying. Is there a way to mask the smell while i continue to try to clean a possible areas? I clean their litter box as often as possible (believe me they let me know if I am slacking) and I am sure that the smell is not coming from that.
I had dog pee on couch cushions so I first used my green machine wet vac to do an initial clean and remove as much pee as possible and then used this solution where there were some lingering smells. It’s working. I’ve very impressed! I did a test patch overnight and didn’t notice any discoloration. I think the reason some people get discoloration and some don’t is because they are using different strength peroxides. I plan on using this for a general freshening up of my other cushions as well. I will write back if the smell returns.
This is a great product. I first used it twenty years ago when my parents German Shepherd tangled with a skunk… It solved the problem! I most recently used it when an aging pet had an issue with incontinence… Problem eliminated!
“I had a real problem in my garage/basement from 7 cats!  I tried everything, scrubbing, soaking, spraying, you name it, Well, I sprinkled the granules on the floor and the smell vanished in a few hours.  I am incredibly impressed.”  Susan, Kansas City
I had come on here to find a way to remove pet stains. After reading through the comments, I found one person who said about Genesis 950. I had never heard of it before, however I had gone through virtually every cleaner at the pet store and nothing was working. I was about to give up and replace the carpet . . . I probably could have with everything I spent on cleaners.
I have 3 dogs been having them for 2 years 1 is trained but the other two they go back and forward with the accidents and ive had enough withh the ammonia smell making me sick.i do everything thats possible take them on walks but sometimes they just rather come home and do their business here.Please help any suggestions are well appreciated .thank you
The PurAyr™ process is natural and effective thanks to a simple element we call Oxygen. Most of the offensive and potentially harmful odors we experience are created by organic compounds such as bacteria, mold or incomplete combustion (smoke, soot, etc..). Although completely different in nature, these contaminants have at least one thing in common, they are held together by carbon bonds. When organic contaminants are exposed to the PurAyr™ gases, composed of purified Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) and Ozone (O3), they quickly begin to break down into the simple elements they were made from, the PurAyr™ gases in turn fall harmlessly back into Oxygen (O2). In essence we are speeding up time and doing what nature would take care of eventually.