“dog urine scent remover cat odor eliminator”

A. First, it’s important to determine if your cat is truly spraying, or whether he is urinating. With urine spraying, cats tend to stand upright and eliminate a small amount on vertical surfaces. Cats that are urinating usually squat and eliminate larger amounts on horizontal surfaces. If you’re not sure, it’s best to have your cat examined by a veterinarian to determine the cause of the problem before you try to treat it on your own.
Rachel, those things work great and there are enzymatic cleaners designed for use in them. I’ve always just used the ones you can rent from hardware stores so I don’t really have any brand suggestions for you. Honestly, I’d just check Amazon and start reading reviews. Good luck!
We suggest giving fabrics a weekly refresh (but we won’t blame you if you spray all day, every day). It’s the perfect topper to your regular cleaning routine (and a great addition to your OMG-my-parents-are-visiting panic-induced cleaning routine).
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You can use it wet or dry and with hot or cold water but my favorite thing about the Little Green ProHeat is that used on the hot water setting, it helps loosen pet urine stains before lifting them and I feel like there’s at least some germ-killing action happening as opposed to using plain cold water and sopping it all up with a rag or paper towels.
Thanks for the tip because my cat just pee’d on my body pillow and my blanket and the worst part is that the pillow and blanket were my favourite pillow and blanket so now I’m very sad and I wish there is also another pillow the same and also the blanket as well and this did help me a lot but the worst fact is that we don’t have white vinegar or baking soda at our place. So I might be out of luck right now but maybe we will go out and maybe buy the ingredients and maybe that will help me but at the moment I really dislike my cat we are not letting him back in the house because we don’t trust him peeing on anything else in our house and thanks again for making this website so I will know what to do if he does it again and I will know exactly which website to go on and of course I couldn’t thank you enough so bye bye and maybe you’ll see me put another message on this app again I don’t know what will happen but I just wanted to tell you I could not have thanked you enough whoever made this website thanks and I hope you will live the best life ever you probably will since your already making everybody’s else’s lives better so bye bye now!!!! Your the best
However, you need to be careful when making a purchase of any household cleaning products for a home that has pets. Because of the chemicals they contain, you must first confirm and ensure that they will be safe for your dog. Here are the five best pet odor eliminator products that work great for dogs urine smell (and cats, too):
If you have access to a full size deep cleaning machine, Bissell 2X Pet Stain & Odor Full Size Machine Formula is definitely worth a try, according to many satisfied customers. This best pet odor eliminator smells good and works best on fresh stains (as most cleaners do). Reviewers say that this is the best cleaner for upright machines without a doubt, and can be used on flooring or furniture.
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Wow! The All-Surface Granules really work and it is so easy to use. I have a 15 year old cat who had soaked my new sofa with urine. I had done everything I knew of to try to rid it of the stench. Twenty-four hours with Odorzout, and you would never guess there had ever been a problem. I also have a pouch hanging by the litter box. I never intend to be without your product again.
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Anyone who has dealt with cat urine issues (and really loves their cat, like I do) knows the frustration that goes comes along with it. Why do our furry loved ones do this to us? Since we may not ever know the answer, at least we have SUN to clean it up in the meantime. Not only does SUN smell great (not like urine at all) my cat does not urinate on the same spot again after it has completely dried and I have completed my “method. I wrote this review on my accord and made it so detailed because I know someone out there who is at their breaking point and needs try something new. For only 7.99, you have to try this stuff! My only compliant… please make a bigger bottle!
Just tried this and it really works! It completely removed the smell on carpet that had been repeatedly peed on. We got a dog from animal friends and when I went back to teaching she’s been peeing in the corner area of my living room. It smelled like a kennel. All of the smell is gone!
Great article Sally, definitely covers this topic in-depth! However, we’ve got some carpets in a rental apartment that have old, and I mean really old, and now somewhat crusty, pee. What would you recommend as the best carpet cleaner for old pet urine?
Urine is composed of things that require enzymes to break down its chemical bonds.[2] For example, when a pet pees, urea in their urine breaks down into a bacteria that produces the distinct scent of urine. As the urine is left longer to decompose, the smells become worse. Fortunately, most chemicals in urine are easily removed by water and other household detergents. However, uric acid is the only component that is not water soluble and must be broken down by enzymes.
LR, I would give it a good soak in soapy water with some vinegar, then I’d rinse it really well, then I’d give it a soak with some enzymatic cleaner and let it air dry. As for not being able to see pee on dark objects…. that’s new to me. It makes me wonder if your cat has very dilute urine. It’s possible it has some kidney problems. Might want to see a vet.
When antimicrobials are used, they destroy the organisms that produce bad odors, and thus, if the microbes are dead, they can’t keep stinking things up (although you would think that rotting microbe carcasses would produce a stink of their own).  However, these chemicals may also kill the microbes we want to keep around.  Microbes create unpleasant odors when they excrete what they have eaten. (except they don’t use toilets – savages).  Aveho targets the resulting unpleasant odors, but does not target the microbes themselves. 
Urine Pre-Conditioner removes odor while breaking up and liquefying deposits for fast decontamination. This pre-treatment can be used on wet-cleanable carpet, upholstery, draperies, bedding, mattresses, and clothing.
Dog Urine Odor Be Gone! Tested and proven. All you need is a water bottle + + White Vinegar + Tide Detergent. Use 6 oz water, 2 oz Vinegar and 1 tablespoon of Tide. Squirt on affected area and Voila, odor should be gone in less than 24 hours!
Step 4: Once the carpet is almost dry — which could be several hours later — sprinkle a little baking soda on the area to absorb the odor. Allow the baking soda to settle into the carpet fibers for about 15 minutes, then vacuum the area.
“I’ve been training dogs for ten years, so I’ve dealt with a lot of pee. My newest thing is Biokleen. I can’t use chemicals with the dogs I train — they get sneezy — so I like to go natural. Biokleen works with plant-based surfactants and doesn’t leave a layer of artificial perfume. It’s the same cleaner I use in my home.” — Elizabeth Reddin, dog trainer and owner of The Dog Institute of Williamsburg
Let me set the stage for this long review. I am diagnosing myself as CP phobic (cat pee phobic). This is not yet an official disease but I am working on a patent. The roots of my CP phobia come from my childhood days as does everything else that is wrong with my life but I will skip the details for a book I will later write and discuss with Dr. Oz. Cats were around me in my childhood days and due to absent parents, they peed everywhere and little was done to clean it up. Therefore, the smell of cat pee brings severe anxiety, anger, and anything else that is related to a negative feeling. In 2002, a small kitten followed me into a 7-11. She was friendly but obviously abandoned and probably had her days limited if left in the busy parking lot of this convenience store. So on this wonderful day in the winter, I walked out with a Diet Coke, a pack of Marlboro lights, and a kitten. All three items were destined to deteriorate my health.
For Tammy who posted on Nov 26, 2015: I rescued a stray cat in March 2013 and had to take her to Vet right away because she had lots of blood in her urine. They found out from an x-ray that she had a huge bladder stone that stemmed from having a UTI for a long time. They told me they would put her on antibiotics and some other meds as well as change her diet. If this didn’t work it would mean surgery, which I couldn’t afford. I had to buy her Hills Prescription Diet- Urinary C/D. It’s $20 for a 4 oz bag but low and behold, and possibly by a miracle, her bladder stone disappeared. She will be on it for life but it sure beats having your Cat in pain, urinating all over the house.
If all else fails or you have many messes you might want to consider renting a rug doctor with upholstery attachment, upholstery cleaner, and odor removers. It can save a lot of stressing out and leaves the upholstery looking new.
Step 1: Create a vinegar cleaning solution consisting of one part white vinegar to one part water. Vinegar neutralizes the ammonia smell of urine without fading carpet fibers, making it a good choice for cleaning and protecting your carpet.
That’s a great question Gary. Regarding how to remove dog urine from carpet that has set in, we recommend the same products and techniques. People really rave about Nature’s Miracle and some members of our team have used it as well. We’ve read that it performs well for urine that has dried up, so I would recommend purchasing it and seeing how it works. Best of luck!