“cat wee smell carpet _what can i use to remove urine stains from mattress”

If there is any staining along with the odor, use this cleaning solution to remove the urine and odor. Although using the hydrogen peroxide should be just fine, you might want to test this in an inconspicuous spot first. 
It is great if you noticed the puddle immediately and started to clean up. But what should we do if the carpet is already dry and we need to get rid of dog pee smell? We should mix one cup of hydrogen peroxide with 1 tablespoon of dishwashing soap. Using the brush wash the spot properly. It is better to wash even a bit bigger surface than the spot itself.
With especially old, or deeply penetrated urine stains, baking soda and vinegar may not do enough to lift the odor and the bacteria that causes it. This is where a more powerful tool comes in handy. The Bissell Little Green ProHeat has proven itself to be a total lifesaver in my life (seriously, my mom “borrowed” mine and I immediately had to order a new one because with two toddlers and two cats, it’s become a nearly everyday essential for me).
The citrus scent is nice and easy on the nose and will also discourage all but the most stubborn pets from reusing the area. We all know the pain of having to repeatedly clean the same area and any kind of discouragement from continuing this process unabated is good for both us and our pets.
The live, enzyme-producing bacteria in Bottom Line digest organic waste and destroy urine odors at their source for permanent odor removal. This non-toxic brand stands up to high temperatures and pH without losing effectiveness.
Mrs Clean realized long ago, that a clean home is a necessity, not a luxury when we are struggling to find the time in our day to cover the very basic levels of work and/or family obligations. The battle seems to never end… (but that’s why we’re here to help!)
And to get the odor out of your vacuum: Dump a bunch of baking soda on the floor. Vacuum it up. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat probably twice more, then repeat as needed. This is NOT to be done immediately after vacuuming up the offending substance; do this on a random day when you’re vacuuming random stuff and say, “hey, gross, this smells like cat piss.” Obviously do all necessary cleaning and filter replacements FIRST, plus make sure the canister or whatever is empty….but this really works! Doesn’t matter if you use hard ground or carpet.
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Pet urine in the carpet not only leaves an unsightly stain and an unpleasant odor, but it penetrates the fibers and contaminates both the carpet and the floor underneath. That’s why it can require specialized cleaning, well beyond just a simple cleaning and treating. The longer an incident goes untreated, the more likely the urine odor is to permeate deeper and deeper into floors, walls and even the framework and foundation of the home. As the urine dries, the liquid evaporates but the urine crystals become even more concentrated and pungent. Simple cleaning will not remove this odor. To help rid your home of the smells caused by pet urine, Chem-Dry applies P.U.R.T. – specially designed to eliminate pet urine odors at their source. While most cleanings only masks the odor, Chem-Dry’s revolutionary Pet Urine Removal Treatment works at the molecular level and destroys the urine crystals to fully eliminate the odor. With P.U.R.T., your most severe pet urine odors can be solved and your carpets, rugs and upholstery can be saved.
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I know there are so many cleaning recipes out on the Internet that say to mix these two ingredients together for cleaning odors and stains for pet urine but it really doesn’t do anything useful. When you mix these two together, in the end, you’ll just end up with salty tasting water.
The first step in removing the odor of burned food is to open the windows; this lets air circulate. The fresh air comes in, helping the burnt smell fade away. There are several other options that move the process along. A burnt smell is typical when food is seriously overcooked.
Have your cat checked by the veterinarian. While accidents do happen, particularly with young or even elderly animals, there may be a medical issue at the heart of the problem if you notice your pet urinating inappropriately. Contact your veterinarian to discuss possible medical reasons that your cat is urinating outside of the litter box. Ignoring a medical issue, such as a urinary tract infection, kidney disease or diabetes, could be life threatening for your pet.
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You can buy washable ones on different sizes off Amazon. I did this 5 yrs ago when we got out puppies an put them by out back door. Even though they go out right before we go to to bed, theres still times one or the other will pee on it 2 or 3 times a week late at night or of im gpne to long during the day. They’re 5yrs old now. I just wash one at a time with only vinegar an air dry while I put the other down. Well worth the $$
UPDATE: Dec 20, 2014… my beloved cat, in her effort to tell me how much she wanted to go outside right that MOMENT, spilled a glass of RED WINE on beige carpet around 3AM. I didn’t realize this until waking, and found that it was soaked into the carpet…and some had started to dry. Of course, company is coming… classic panic moment… sounds so cliche but this is the truth (it IS the Saturday before Christmas)… soaked it with Rocco and *poof!* now I am only left with a wet, clean-smelling spot to let dry while I wait for my friends to arrive. This stuff CONTINUES to amaze me. I am so glad they have it in gallon size…I LOVE IT.
Assuming the pee has not saturated the padding underneath, I have used Odormute, for over fifteen years with excellent results. Originally, I was told by a local police that they use this product to remove the blood from cement at crime scenes. It is natural enzyme product and totally safe as far as I can tell and I am a fanatic about natural products. You will still need to use a cleaner on the carpet; nonetheless, the odor should be gone.
They 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.
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.
Place fabric softener sheets near stinky culprits. Fabric softener sheets make your clothes smell great, and they can do the same for the air in your house.[16] To use these as an air freshener, place sheets in smelly areas around the house, such as in:
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For carpet, mattresses and upholstery stains: Blot with a dry clean cloth or towel to absorb excess liquid. Spray directly onto stain until completely covered. Allow to stand for 3 minutes. Blot area with a clean damp cloth. Repeated applications may be necessary for heavy or old stains. Keep children and pets from contact with sprayed area until dry. Safe for all colorfast upholstery, fabrics and carpets, including stain-resistant carpeting. Do not use on silk or leather upholstery. 
Toni, depending on the size of the stain this may work or you may want to try a method that would penetrate into the rug pad. I use the BISSELL Little Green ProHeat. https://www.amazon.com/BISSELL-ProHeat-Compact-Mul…
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.
Your recipe for bulk says 1/2 tsp of dish washing liquid. Is this correct? Because it’s less than what a single recipe calls for. We’re using for a whole house. Previous owner had 16 cats :/ and 2 dogs. Thanks for the recipe!
Mix up a vinegar solution. If an enzyme cleaner didn’t completely remove the smell, use a vinegar solution. Combine equal parts of white vinegar and water in a bowl or spray bottle. Saturate or spray the soiled area. Saturate a little bit beyond the soiled area so you can be sure to remove all urine.
Understanding a little about the behavior and physiological capabilities of your pet helps in understanding why enzymatic cleaners are so useful for removing pet stains. Dogs and cats have a much more highly developed sense of smell than humans do and can detect odors that we cannot smell. We think the carpet is clean because the odor and stains are gone–and then the dog/cat returns and pees on the same spot.
For linens, blankets and cushion covers, add a ¼ cup of apple cider vinegar to any oxy-powered detergent powder, such as boric acid, and launder as usual. Also, leaving a deep glass dish of vinegar standing in a room with an offensive odor usually takes the odor out of the air.
I discovered this product after my mother remedy doesn’t work on our cat urine on the carpet. I was about to take it to the laundry if the remover doesn’t work. But it really surprised me that the stain got destroyed after a few minutes. But my husband doesn’t like the smell very much, that’s strange, because I find it completely normal.
When cat urine dries, the urea is broken down by the bacteria. This is what makes it smell like ammonia. As it decomposes further, it releases thiols that make the odor worse. (It is the thiols in skunk spray that make it SO potent and difficult to remove).
Rocco and Roxie has an OxyClean product. This carpet cleaner gets out the toughest stains including my error of Angry Orange stains. Spray the product on any stain, let it sit for 5 minutes, and then start working on it with paper towels.
Remove pet accidents from carpet: Mix 1 part water, and 3 parts vinegar. Let it soak for 30 minutes. Mix 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide, 2 teaspoons of baking soda, and a squirt of dish-washing liquid. Shake it well. Spray, and let it soak/dry.
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. To 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.