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Tammy, it sounds to me like you’re doing exactly the right thing. And yes, the cat may get upset, and maybe a little stressed (especially for the first couple days) but… too bad. She’ll get used to it. No one would blame you for this. Just make sure you put something soft in there for her to sleep on.
All DIY projects seem to leave something out that cause the project to not come out the way you had expected. In order to remove dog urine from carpet or even a dog stain about half a gallon of a cleaning solution is required and must be left to dwell for at least 5 minutes. The question is will your shop vac remove all the solution from your carpet and below your pad? Most know vacuums do not have the lift required to remove pet urine and cleaning solution from under the pad. Failure to remove the solution from your carpet and pad will cause your carpet to have an odor and you will be disappointed.
If you smell it but don’t know where it’s coming from, you’ll need to follow your nose or find the target area with a black light. Body fluids and certain vitamins contain phosphorus. Black lights emit an ultraviolet light that makes phosphorus glow.
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Try ARM & HAMMER™ Pet Stain & Odor Remover Plus OxiClean™ to remove even the toughest pet stains* and destroy odors on the spot with a combination of ARM & HAMMER™ deodorizers and OXICLEAN™ stain fighters.
Lastly, if the cat continues indiscriminately peeing all over your stuff, be sure to have it checked out at the vet. There could be some health reasons for it, and getting those solved will help make sure there aren’t more suggest getting a wet vac and rinse the area with water until thoroughly rinsed through. Not using any chemicals or deodorizers because those can attract the pet to the area again. But to rinse it as well as possible with just water until the stain is gone.
I ran into a problem with my one dog going pee in the house and I knew something was wrong because I let her out every hour. So I ended up taking a urine sample to the vet and she had crystals in her urine which causes great pain in their bladder. The vet said it was like little pieces of glass in her bladder. I am treating her with Crananidin and Cosequin every other day because when so took it every day her poop was like soft serve ice cream. Works great no more pee in the house. Consult you vet for proper dosage. Nutramax pharm.
Well consider we clean our ears with peroxide and it can be used as a mouthwash. I don’t know the research but on our ears and in mouths and with a skunk smell do you really have a laundry list of options?
There are definitely some tricks to making sure that you’ve handled pet stains and odors in the best way possible. There are also some homemade remedies which people recommend and some of them are super efficacious.
Many people erroneously think antimicrobials remove all odors.  Antimicrobial chemicals only remove odors caused by microbes (bacteria in particular).  When microbes digest their food source, they generate malodors.  However, many odors are not bacteria-based.  Many odors are derived from non-bacterial sources (that antimicrobials would have no effect in eliminating).  So while antimicrobials will only remove bacteria based odors, Aveho will remove far more malodors, including bacteria-based odors.  In addition, Aveho can remove these malodors without destroying beneficial bacteria.  The limitations of antimicrobials can be overcome by using Aveho in conjunction with (or instead of) antimicrobials.
Thank you so much for the pet stain and odor remover. I have 3 dogs, 2 are seniors and are prone to accidents now. I have a questions for you. Do you know of anything that helps toe nail fungal infections. I has caused my nails to thicken and are very uncomfortable.
With younger or very elderly dogs who are likely to have more frequent accidents, the blacklight gadget for detecting those dried on stains could be your best friend in keeping your carpets smelling fresh and looking clean – dog urine odor removal could be much more of a breeze than you thought!
Not all enzyme cleaners are equally effective. Good enzyme cleaners are typically a bit more expensive. Cheap ones will work, but need to be reapplied over and over (and probably end up costing as much as the more expensive enzyme cleaners). Enzyme cleaners this author is aware of that work well and reliably include Nok Out, Urine Off, and Anti-Icky Poo.
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?