“cat urine spray +pet urine smell in carpet”

Chloe, thanks for the insight! You’re right, if a cat is suddenly urinating outside her box when she’s never done it before then that’s a red flag to take her to the vet. I will add that to this article.
If you’re a pet owner, PureAyre is your lifesaver for pet odors and stains. It’s the safest and the most effective way to eliminate urine and other odors without harming your pet. Instructions for eliminating pet odors.
While some forms of odor removal can be done by a homeowner without any technical experience, professionals will be needed for more stubborn, unpleasant smells. The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification, or IICRC, is the agency in charge of certifying technicians skilled in this field. Through training supervised by IICRC approved instructors, these technicians possess the best methods and products available for handling this problem. Their advanced skills allow them to eliminate smells caused by fire, smoke, mold, and thorough pet soiling. While homeowners have some tools available to help control these issues, professional help is usually required to eliminate them completely.
As air cycles through the air cleaner, the CADR measures the volume of air actually moving through the system, and the percentage and size of the particles being removed. CADR tests for pollutants like tobacco smoke, dust and pollen. These tests determine, in cubic feet per minute (CFM), how effective the air cleaner is at removing specific pollutants.
But even for him, that rule wasn’t good enough. Throughout the day he would relieve himself in one litter box, then the other litter box, and then – not finding it suitable to re-use one of the litter boxes – the carpeted corner of my bedroom.
Use baking soda. Baking soda is one of the most popular deodorizers around, because it’s effective and cheap. To absorb smells around the house, sprinkle some baking soda into a couple of small dishes or plates and distribute them around the house. The baking soda will absorb odors the rooms and get rid of bad smells.[12]
That being said, together they don’t make a good cleaning agent, but used together, they can dislodge hair and residue buildup in a drain. That’s where the fizzy fun and the bubbly reaction come into play.
Personal helpful tip: at step 5, I simply cover the entire stain area with a dry towel and place some weight on it. It ensures maximum contact and all the liquid goes up into the towel without me having to hold it. Try it.
what works for me….I have a a hoover steamvac carpet cleaner …so worth it… I soak up original area …poor vinegar solution over allow to sit then do the whole rugs with the cleaner and the solution you buy to go over it. Then I fill it with the vinegar mixture then add 100 percent pure essential oils (lemongrass, tea-tree,bergamot maybe 10 drops per gallon of each or just until im satisfied with smell) then i do the rugs with that mixture…the oils are antimicrobial, antibacterial,anti-fungal and anti viral…oh the antiseptic qualities among other things!!…it smells great..i will be adding the baking soda Thanks guys
Aveho can be used in a wide variety of applications. Aveho can be applied to fabric, upholstery, carpeting, absorbent materials, hard surfaces, and many other places. Due to the high capacity of Aveho to remove malodors, there is no need to over-spray or over-apply Aveho, as this may leave a residue.  Aveho is water soluble, and may be washed away or vacuumed when dry. 
Our cat throws up….a LOT. we’re in a rental and moving at the end of August. I was thinking we’d lose our deposit because of these stains, but now I’m thinking maybe not!! Claire, thank you! I’m trying this right now!
Cleaning cat pee out of carpets and large rugs that can’t be thrown in the wash is a different game. While the agitation from the washing machine helps to throw the urine out of the fabric, so to speak, cleaning carpet is tricky. This is because, if you’re not careful, you’ll just sort of rub the pee in more. Thankfully, if the urine hasn’t been there for too long, you may be able to save the carpet—or at least prevent the stain from soaking too deeply into the baseboard. Try the following before ripping any of your Berber up:
You might think by using your dishwasher on a daily or almost daily basis, it cleans itself. Not so. They should be cleaned just like anything else around the house. Here’s a few things you can do to prevent dishwasher odors.
My now deceased cat used to be very territorial and marked the perimeter of the house under the ground floor low windows in living room and dining room, presumably to deter raccoons, other cats, and possibly larger predators (we have coyotes, wolves, cougar, fishers, and bear around– so much to his dismay he was an indoor cat and had to defend his kingdom mostly from the inside of the house). Part of the flooring was marble so I could not use vinegar on that (vinegar eats marble, as does CLR). What I found helpful was powdered hydrogen peroxide diluted with a LITTLE bit of water to make a very strong hydrogen peroxide solution (use gloves). It is marketed under various labels including Oxiclean (or Oxyclean, not sure of the spelling). I also use it on soft furniture and on car upholstery as a spot cleaner. I also use it for washing the removable coverings of sofa cushions or clothes in my front loader washing machine for any places where he had “accidents”. However, you can NOT use oxiclean on silk, leather or rubber.