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Home Remedy for cat urine smell. This is a great recipe for removing cat urine odor from carpet. Start by blotting up as much of the urine as possible with old rags or paper towels. Next mix 3 parts water with one part vinegar and saturate the spot.Dry thoroughly using the same method mentioned above. Once dry, sprinkle the area with baking soda. Next mix ¾ cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide solution with one tsp. dish detergent and sprinkle over the Baking Soda. Try this first on a small inconspicuous area of the carpet to make sure the hydrogen peroxide won’t discolor your carpet. Next, use your fingers or an old brush to work the Baking Soda in. I’ve used an old hairbrush with little bits of plastic over the tips with good results. Allow this to dry and vacuum it up. If there’s still a slight odor when done, lather, rinse and repeat.
Rosemary, as for who and why, that’s tough. I have two cats and when things happen, it’s usually somewhat of a guessing game. However, one of my cats is considerably more spiteful, and territorial, than the other. So most of the time, even though she’s a lovely animal, it’s a fair bet to point a finger at that one. I mention territorial because it may be possible that she/he was upset about an unwelcome (to the cat, at least) house guest. Has this been a fairly isolated incident? I only ask because if it’s happening frequently, you may be right, and the cat may not be feeling well. One last thing, did the suitcase get urine on it, too? Or did the clothes catch it all?
This home remedy is a life saver! My cat likes to pee in the dining room (of all places) to teach me a lesson when I go out of town… and this is the ONLY thing that works to eliminate the odor…and I’ve tried EVERYTHING! Thank you SO much!
Rub the hydrogen peroxide/dish soap mixture into the carpet and scrub the fibers, but blot it quickly so it doesn’t take the coloring out of the carpet. For hard floors, it may be better to put this mixture in a spray bottle and spray the area and wipe it.
We hired a professional carpet cleaner to do as much as they could, not knowing how much to expect. The carpet cleaners made a difference – but not enough. We then started online researching. The first method we tried was saturating with the diy mixture of liquid dish
It gets rid of the smell and doesn’t make you sick in the meantime. Can’t seem to find it on line just yet. It’s a little upsetting me as the smell is absolutely tolerable. Help me find it PLEASE. Thanx.
Sometimes we are so distracted by the fact that dog puddle appeared again on our favorite carpet that we immediately forget about all the tips and secret methods. Some of us start screaming at the pet and the others just throw the carpet out on the balcony until it will dry out. Unfortunately liquid will only evaporate but not the smell.
Carl, I just bought a house and the carpet looks great but reaks of cat urine, I do not see where the cat peed. Can I saturate entire floor and tha will take care of it? Also is it safe or do I need to wear mask or something, just want to make sure it’s safe.
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If the vomit was on the carpet, after wiping it with a damp rag, sprinkle baking soda over the stain and let it sit for an hour to absorb the moisture. If the stain is on a hard floor, proceed to step 3.
* I have just used your cat pee cleaning/neutralizer recipe after finding that my cat had been peeing in the corner of our lounge room. I am glad to report that this is wonderful stuff as I had just spent the whole weekend washing my carpet trying to get rid of the smell.
While it’s not a standalone product, if you’ve invested in a carpet cleaner then you’re going to be quite happy with Bissell 2X Pet Stain & Odor remover. It’s also a lot cheaper than most standalone options.
Hey, this may be a bit late for the one commenter talking about pee soaked plywood subflooring but maybe it can help someone else in the future. After treating plywood with vinegar, bleach, whatever else, let it dry thoroughly and then use Killz primer on it. Do a couple of coats. This will seal the plywood and hel prevent any residual urine smell from coming up through new carpeting.
At this point, I am satisfied I have fought a good battle but I am still wary. I have an oreck orbiter to clean my travertine floors. I bought the attachments for cleaning the carpet and also Oreck Dry Carpet Cleaner. I spray the Rocco and Roxie OxyClean product as a mist on a 6 by 6 foot spot and then sprinkle the dry carpet cleaner all over. A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY. I rub the cleaner into the carpet with my oreck orbiter. Wait 45 minutes to 2 hours and vacuum. The Dry Carpet Cleaner gets out stains but it also gets out all the allergens and cat litter smell. I am not a fan of steam cleaning carpets. I have never had success. The Dry Carpet Cleaner is great for spring cleaning carpets or being completely unhinged by cat pee and needing to verify, the carpet is indeed clean.
I’ve used this in litter boxes, trash cans, dog beds…it’s very effective without adding perfumes or other scents. I have also added a small amount to the wash when laundering litter mats and dog beds with excellent results.
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Close off the affected area. Once you have cleaned the soiled area and are giving it time to dry, close off the area to prevent your cat from having access to it. This will give you time to be sure that the stain and its odor have been eliminated. Then you can open the area again.
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If the area you are working with is the carpet, work the baking soda into the carpet fibers carefully with an old toothbrush or something similar, something that won’t damage the carpet fibers. And do be careful that you don’t pull or snag the carpet fibers.
There is one thing…I’ve used the solution for years. But I make only what I need for that one moment. It will not work if you let it sit. I also do not use it in a spray bottle. I pour tiny bits and saturate the area. The only time I’ve used a large amount, I made a bucket of the stuff. My cat got stuck in the bathroom by shutting the door for a weekend and peed EVERYWHERE on natural stone tile. I made a bucket at a time, and it took three times pouring it on the floor and swabbing it around and letting it dry…. but it is not no longer there!