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All natural odor eliminators by Earth Care Products offer safe odor removers for you and your pets and family. They will safely remove pet urine odors.  Simply sprinkle the granules on the accident or in the litter box.
Also, has anyone else had an issue not being able to see urine stains on dark colored items? I also have two very dark burgundy blankets that I know were peed on, but have tried two different black lights and do not see the stain on either. They were on top of each other on a bed and the cat peed in one spot that was wet to the touch. Now they have dried and I have had both in a completely dark room and used blacklight to try to find the stains and can’t. Does blacklight not work on black or dark colored items?
As we talked about in Removing Smoke Odors above, ammonia is good for some odors but do not use it to clean urine stains. Your pets urine breaks down into the same components as ammonia. If you clean with ammonia, your pet will come back to pee there over and over again!
Clean the garbage can. Before putting a fresh bag into the empty garbage can, give the can itself a good cleaning to remove any spills or particles that could cause lingering smells. To clean the garbage can:[7]
The reviewed removers are chosen from the best cat urine removers that have been proven to be very effective. All the formula is safe for hand contact, you only need to be careful not to let it touch your eyes. Wearing safety glasses is fine and don’t let children get close to the product since they might try to drink it. Depending on the type of stain that you’re going to apply on, choose the right remover. For food stains, it’s best to use natural bacterial formula products. But if it mostly contains chemical components, a chemical formula might work better.
Trish, most enzymatic cleaners work by supporting the growth of the naturally occurring bacteria that will, over time, break down the urine, and thus, the odor. So yeah, it is possible that it’s still working. However, I’d call them back on like…Friday. At least that way you’ve given it a full week. The thing is, you paid for a service that they said they could do, and if it doesn’t work, the alternative is to tear up the carpet and then you’ve completely wasted all the money you spent on the cleaning service plus you’re gonna be spending more. Before you call them, however, bring other people in the room (as embarrassing as it may be) to see if they smell it, too.
We have 3 cats one pees on carpet down stairs not all time but regularly she has diabetes we are getting the carpet professionally cleaned soon and wondered if it would help if I sprayed the carpet down with vinegar a while before they come to neutralize the pee ?
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I used this method on a bed set my brother was going to throw away … it is an expensive set … with the vinegar and baking soda I added liguid dish detergent … The cat pee stain and odor was removed and now I have a Queen size bed … it works great … Thanks for sharing your knowledge
Dog Urine Odor Be Gone! Tested and proven. All you need is a water bottle + + White Vinegar + Tide Detergent. Use 6 oz water, 2 oz Vinegar and 1 tablespoon of Tide. Squirt on affected area and Voila, odor should be gone in less than 24 hours!
In order to get rid of dog pee out of carpet we need one cheap but extremely effective product: hydrogen peroxide. This liquid you definitely already have at home or you can easily buy it in every pharmacy all over the country. Because of some chemical properties hydrogen peroxide is mostly used on the linoleum or tile. However we still can use it for the carpets which are of a light color.
To remove odors from sponges, you can run them through the washing machine or the dishwasher on the top rack. You could also soak them in one gallon of water and 2/3 cup of household bleach. Not only will this get rid of odors smell but it will also help to get rid of germs. Kitchen sponges should be changed often, regardless of how well you think you are sterilizing them.
Go ahead and replace the cover, then allow the area to air dry. A high-quality enzymatic cleaner will continue to consume odor sources until they’ve been completely eliminated. If after the first application, the odor remains, reapply after the surface has dried.
So while we’re trying to get back on track, we have a huge uphill battle to fight. Today at work the guys I’m working with said I smell like cat pee. The clothes I’m wearing came straight out of the laundry. A big problem is I can’t smell it anymore. I put the clothes on my nose and I can’t smell anything that smells like cat pee. My sister told me the same thing last week so I’ve been trying to wash my clothes and put them away right away. I feel awful. How am I suppose to fix the problem with odor if I can’t smell it to know if it’s gone or not? My sister said that Odoban makes a laundry detergent that has enzymes and that I should try that. Odoban Sport or something? She said it’s on Amazon. Anyone have experience with that?
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Clean old messes thoroughly. Cats are creatures of habit. No matter how many times you say “No! That’s a bad kitty!” your odorous little friend will continue to think it’s ok to utilize the new pee pad until they can no longer smell their own vile urine on that spot.
@Johnny Our vet said that incontinence would occur in little dribbles as opposed to her squatting and peeing a bladder full, which is what’s happening. Anyhow, you may want to post your comment as an answer. Thanks! – glenviewjeff Mar 17 ’14 at 3:10
I found an area of carpet that one of my cats had peed on twice. It was so bad, it went all the way through to the sub flooring and into the baseboards. I have taken up the carpet and padding and have saturated the flooring with an ineffective odor eliminator. Any suggestions?
Try different litters. Your cat may not like the texture of your current litter, so find out what he does like. Line up a few disposable litter boxes next to your cat’s regular box, each with a different brand and/or texture of litter, and see which one your cat likes best.
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.
For odors in your refrigerator, it may be simple as going through the contents and removing old and smelly foods. That being said – if the old or expired food items or spills haven’t been cleaned up and have been in the fridge for a long period of time – you may need to take everything out and give it a good cleaning.
Eric, thanks for the suggestion, I will try that. As for the black light, I have three cats so not 100% sure which one has pee’d. But I suspect it might be my oldest cat, who is 19. She does have slightly lowered kidney function due to her age, and I take her to the vet 3-4 times a month to get additional fluids. So you may very well be right about her urine being diluted such that I can smell the stain but not see it with a black light. Just surprises me I wouldn’t see at least an faint outline, especially on items that smell strongly of urine. First I tried a small, bar shaped blacklight that came with one of the cleaners. I thought perhaps it was not powerful enough so ordered another blacklight that is like a flashlight in design and supposed to be much stronger. Neither seems to show any stain, either on the blankets or on the canvas bag. Strange, but I guess I will just trust my nose to treat the areas!
Charlotte, it should work without the peroxide, but I’m having a hard time believing you can’t find it. It should be in any shop you go into right next to the rubbing (isopropyl alcohol). It’s used as a cleaner and disinfectant for minor scrapes, burns, etc.
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Wipe up and blot. Using paper towels, blot up as much of the urine as possible if the surface is fabric or carpet. With these surfaces, there is a danger of the urine soaking into the fibers of the material. Use a gentle dabbing motion to blot up the urine.[4]
It’s also important to consider your dog’s motivations for peeing inside. Sometimes, inappropriate elimination is a sign of a medical issue. It can also indicate anxiety or emotional distress. If your dog is peeing indoors, start with a vet visit to rule out physical causes.
Once you’ve lifted as much of the liquid as you can, saturate the area with white vinegar. No need to go overboard, you don’t want to spread the urine further into and around the area you’re cleaning.