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Hello. I have a multi cat apartment and just recently realized there is a smell. I’m not sure if it’s urine or spray or a mixture. How can I get this smell out of my wood floors, tiles and in the air? Thank you!
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1. If the area is still wet you should first attempt to absorb the dog urine. Leaving it there to dry out will encourage bacterial growth, which causes the odor. The best method is to place several layers of paper towels over the wet area and tread on it to soak up as much of the dog urine as you possibly can. You may have to repeat this several times. Sometimes accidents have already dried because you did not notice them before. You can find dried spots on your carpet with the aid of a black light. Dog urine stains will fluoresce under the ultra violet light in a darkened room; you can always save the expense of a black light to find the odors by using your nose instead.
3 Simple Steps to a Clean-Smelling Home – using a great pet hair vacuum (that is SO budget-friendly) and this simple all-natural carpet freshener you can make for pennies, you can make your carpets look and smell amazing without chemicals!
Whether the lingering smell is from pet accidents, trash, chemicals, smoke, or coming from your sink or garbage disposal, Rainbow International is here to help. By identifying the cause of the odor and determining the conditions in which it exists, the odor can often be removed without a trace.
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 traditional methods of cleaning up the cat smell usually eliminate the ammonia smell but Uric acid in the urine is left behind. That can only be broken down by an enzyme cleaner. Here is a link Enzyme cleaner This should break down the uric acid.
Burn incense. Incense comes in many forms and in many different smells. To burn incense sticks, place the skinny end of the stick into an incense holder. Light the opposite end of the stick until the tip begins to glow, and then blow out the flame. As the incense burns it will release sweet-smelling smoke that will make the air smell great.
A good sign that your cat is urinating as a marking mechanism is if they urinate on a vertical surface, like the wall. This is commonly called spraying. While any cat may do it, those who haven’t been spayed or neutered are more likely to urinate outside of the litter box as a marking behavior. You may consider getting your cat spayed or neutered to manage this urge. Additionally, take a look at why your cat might be concerned about marking their territory. Have stray or feral cats been hanging around recently? Is there a new feline addition to the home? Have there been other changes in the home environment?
Some cleaners use oxidation as the acting agent in the cleaning process. While oxidation is highly effective in removing stains and does an excellent job of cleaning up most of the substances in cat urine, it does little break down the uric acid that causes lingering odor. For that reason, it doesn’t work to get rid of that subtle smell in the long-term. Oxidizing cleaners can be effective if your cat doesn’t repeatedly return to the affected area, but to really get rid of that barely-noticeable long-lasting smell, enzymatic cleaners are preferred.
When you have unpleasant stains and odors around the house, does your cleaner mask them with perfume? Clorox® Urine Remover actually breaks down urine to eliminate odors. And its powerful cleaner removes stains. Clorox® Urine Remover works on both stains and odors and is specially formulated for hard-to-clean porous and soft surfaces.
* 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.
This is a product I will never be without. My cat pee’d on my carpet. After 5 steam cleanings with enzymatic cleaners it still smelled bad. I was to the point of tearing up the carpet and replacing the pad and carpet plus treating the sub floor with something when a friend recommended this. I used it last night, sprinkled it on, left a fan running over it overnight, vacuumed it up this morning and there is NO pee smell! Since my super power is my sense of smell this was amazing. My friend told me it may take several applications but it only took one. I did sprinkle a little more on and will leave it today. The only downside I see (and I think it’s because it’s in a high traffic area and I know several of my lovely offspring did walk on it) is that it tracked a bit and you need a really strong vacuum to suck it up, it goes deep into the carpet but that also means it gets where it needs to be. Very, very happy with this product.