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A malodor is what we perceive when our noses detect certain chemicals present in the air in very small amounts, between less than 1 and 100 parts in 1 million.  Aveho traps or breaks down these chemicals.  As these chemicals and the Aveho particles come into contact, Aveho will capture many of them, whether they are in the air or water.  Once they are captured, they will either remain bound to the Aveho particles, or they are converted into different chemicals that do not smell unpleasant.
Charged Media filters are also effective against nasty odors. Through the use of electrostatic energy and synthetic fiber filters, many charged media filters can collect particles as small as 0.1 microns. The media filter, made from synthetic fibers, is charged through the manufacturing process and attracts airborne contaminants electrostatically before trapping them inside the fibers of the filter.
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Clean old messes thoroughly. Cats are creatures of habit. No matter how many times you say “No! That’s a bad kitty!” your odorous little friend will continue to think it’s ok to utilize the new pee pad until they can no longer smell their own vile urine on that spot.
If you wish to keep your cat away from certain areas that are at risk from your cat’s urination such as sofas, beds, rooms etc then I recommend a product called SSScat. It is a motion activated spray which delivers a noisy burst of air to frighten your cat away from an area. It is completely safe and harmless.  Now watch this video of SSScat in action. You can usually purchase it on ebay.
Good information! After you have done all these things, spray the area with straight Listerine (or a knock-off). It will kill the odor, and dogs and cats don’t like the smell the Listerine, so it will help prevent their returning to the scene of the crime. Voted up and useful! 🙂
Freshening up a room is a real Febreze. A few squirts around the room and odors are spritzed away. When I change the bed linens I spritz a shot of Febreze between the layers of sheets and blankets as it makes it a pleasure to get into bed.  see moreof hillguy802102014’s review
We have cabinets in our laundry room that the cats can get up under but we can’t get to them, the smell was awful, I mixed up a double batch of the recipe and took a bulb syringe, squirted it up underneath the cabinets and it worked like a charm… Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I was so upset, we just built this house and the smell was knocking me over everytime I walked in there. Thanks again for taking the time to post.
“Keeping cupboards secured, bathrooms closed, bathroom garbage stowed away, medications locked up, and any chemical spills cleaned up quickly and thoroughly are just some basics that all pet owners should keep in mind.” – Dr. Medora Pashmakova, Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine
I have been using vinegar for years to get rid of the smell of cat urine. I have an easier way. When I find a wet spot from the cat or dog on the carpet, I pour vinegar straight on the stain. Then I put an all white towel, (in case colored one should fade on the carpet) folded on the spot and step on it pulling the moisture from the spot. I leave it over night and part of the next day. When it is dry I pick it up and no more spot or smell!
To treat a mattress, use essentially the same process as for the couch cushion (you don’t need to remove the mattress from the bed!). Slowly pour the enzyme cleaner on/around the affected area, ensuring it has the chance to really soak in thoroughly. Let it sit for 15 minutes, and then blot up what you can with a lot of towels. Place several layers of clean towels over the area, and then make the bed. Just swap out those clean towels each day (if done properly it will take days to dry). To discourage peeing on the spot while the mattress dries, cover the bed with a large plastic sheet or tarp when you’re not using it, or take a large box, cut it down, and lay it over the top of the bed when you’re not using it.
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Same issues my friend had. She crated but dog was so unhappy. She finally decided controlling area is best option for her. She put a puppy pee pad in her bathroom suite & dog at least has better option which, while not ideal, allows her to keep her buddy close at night.
There is nothing more embarrassing than hearing someone ask, “What’s that smell?” when they enter your home. Many things can cause lingering odors, and they have nothing to do with how much you clean. Once odors are embedded deep down where normal cleaning cannot reach, those unpleasant smells will hang in the air. In some cases, they can even make the air unhealthy and cause an array of health problems. If you have odors that won’t go away then it’s time to call the professionals.
If your cat’s not using the litter box, it’s likely that he or she is trying to tell you something. The first thing you need to do is rule out a medical problem, said Bruce Kornreich, DVM, PhD, DACVIM and associate director of the Cornell Feline Health Center.  Medical issues related to inappropriate urination can include urinary tract infections, kidney disease, diabetes, hyperthyroidism and feline lower urinary tract disease, and can cause a cat to urinate outside the litter box, particularly if he or she associates the litter box with pain. If you believe your cat is suffering from any of these conditions, or is exhibiting additional symptoms, bring them to your veterinarian immediately, as untreated conditions, like urinary tract infections, can become serious.
This product claims to eliminate both new and old stains and odors with its natural enzyme formula. It is said to work on stains like urine, feces, and vomit. This odor eliminator from Sunny & Honey prevents pets from returning to the same spot more than once. It can also work on pet bedding, litter boxes, crates, cages, and in cars.
All DIY projects seem to leave something out that cause the project to not come out the way you had expected. In order to remove dog urine from carpet or even a dog stain about half a gallon of a cleaning solution is required and must be left to dwell for at least 5 minutes. The question is will your shop vac remove all the solution from your carpet and below your pad? Most know vacuums do not have the lift required to remove pet urine and cleaning solution from under the pad. Failure to remove the solution from your carpet and pad will cause your carpet to have an odor and you will be disappointed.
After many years of pet ownership and trying various brands, I found this brand several years ago and have been sticking with it ever since. I would warn anyone with sensitivities however, it has an extremely strong deodorizing scent while wet; hard to describe, but the fragrance is almost overwhelming, somewhere between perfumey and detergent-like. BUT: It works, so I keep buying it despite the strong scent. It doesn’t just mask the urine odor either, it genuinely seems to eliminate it and once the product dries the odor isn’t overwhelming anymore and the urine smell is gone. I have a senior-aged kitty who suffers from Urinary Tract Disease and he goes outside the box when it’s acting up and he’s in discomfort. I’ve tried many other brands offering various promises and none that I’ve tried work as well as this. You pour it on the stain and leave it to dry, very easy. It warns to test for color fastness but I’ve never had any issues with it on surfaces or fabrics. I particularly like it for my unfinished hardwood floors because it’s otherwise impossible to clean into the floor boards with any degree of success when cat urine odor is involved. So I just pour this in the cracks and leave it. As a further testament, just this last week I ran out and of course that’s when my cat had an accident. After scrubbing and scrubbing I thought I might have to throw away my area rug because I could still smell it and it had dried days before my order for this bottle arrived. But sure enough, I poured it on the area where the urine odor was still strong and now it’s gone, so it apparently works great even if the stain isn’t fresh.
When we moved to our new home, everything looked ok. After a time s nasty smell started coming from the carpet. Then I remembered that the previous owners had cats at home and because we liked the carpet we didn’t throw it. At the end i tried whatever came to my mind to get rid if the smell, but it didn’t help. At the end I called carpet cleaning guys (http://www.mariettacleaning.com ) who helped me out. So these tips above work great if the stain is fresh, but not when it’s penetrated deep in the carpet’s fibers.
Hi Eric! I just discovered your website and was reading all the comments. I’ve had indoor cats for many, many years. I have probably come close to using every product on the market to get rid of the urine smell in my carpet. I even have a can of “Resolve Pet Expert” carpet cleaner (Kent’s solution to the problem back in February). Yes, Resolve does seem to work at the moment – but it certainly doesn’t last. The white vinegar solution works great as does the hydrogen peroxide/baking soda/dish liquid solution. I really just wanted to say kudos to your response to Kent’s comment back in February 🙂 There was no need for his rudeness so thank you for your response.
Unlike typical cleaning products, odor eliminating solutions are specifically formulated to remove tough smells like urine left by pets. For these products to work, they have to fight the specific bacteria found in animals’ urine – the cause of smell.
Please do not use bleach! You will strip the carpet fibers of the color dye. If you would like to learn how to remove pet odors and stains please call a professional Like Benchmark Restoration & Cleaning
Body – Whether it’s your turn to car pool the soccer team to and from practice this week, your locker room has reached dangerously funktastic levels or you’ve got teenagers (we won’t delve into what that entails), Aveho will “clear the air” and eliminate body odors from fabrics, spaces and containers. 
I love being able to spray this product throughout my house and wet doggy smell instantly disappears. Summer months no longer scare me. Spray Febreze and that musty, dusty doggy odor is gone! I use this in my car in the summer months as well to give it a pick me up when the heat of the day has it smelling a little fetid. When company comes over I no longer worry about whether they can “smell” the odor of pets.
Ok I have a 7 year old female dog and she never urinated in the house but now is doing it and pooping too!! My dinning room area smells the urine, that’s her favorite spot. Will this ursine truly help get rid of smell and bigger question will it stop her from going back to those spots to pee?
Also anecdotal, but I’ve had the best success with Simple Solution. It works really well at getting out both the stain and the smell, and even works on older, set stains. (Though you may have to apply twice in those situations.) – Roger Mar 17 ’14 at 14:31
I wanted to take a minute to personally thank you for this pet urine odor remover solution. After many (failed) attempts at removing my dog’s pee odor from the carpet, with other pet products, I can honestly say that your method has become my go-to solution.  Read all Testimonials
Recommendations for home-made formulas to clean cat urine stains are widely circulated on the Internet, and typically include some combination of vinegar, hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. Of course, many people unfamiliar with the problem of cleaning cat urine stains simply try to clean up cat pee as they would any other stain, only to find out later it didn’t work. In fact, using traditional household cleaners on cat urine actually “sets” the stain. This makes the stain even more difficult to remove with proper enzyme cleaners.
I am now 90 percent satisfied I have won the battle of cat pee. I will not be 100 percent satisfied until I replace all the carpet but that will not happen until my cat crosses the rainbow in which she will probably pee on because that is how she rolls.
Some pets hate the smell of vinegar, even after it is has dried. Vinegar can also help to mask odor for your own nose, so a few drops of this over the affected area may help to deter future use by the pet.
Customers tend to use this product around cat litter boxes, kennels, pet waste removal containers, bushes and more. Angry Orange offers a 100% money back guarantee, so there is no reason to not try this best pet odor eliminator!
It does not discolor. You can safely use the product on majority of fabrics without risking discoloration. Harsh chemicals is what causes these issues, and those would be dangerous to dogs as well (thereby marking a product not pet-friendly).
Getting rid of the smell of cat urine from carpeting can be challenging, because it can soak right through the carpet fibers to the carpet padding. And since cats have a strong sense of smell, it’s important to clean and deodorize the area completely to prevent a return visit!
I am wondering my last resort is to quarantine her to one room with litter, food/water, toys, bed to help her reacquaint herself with the litter. My question about that is, will she be upset and more stressed? Firstly, she will be locked up in the room when we are gone to work and school, no access to the rest of the house as she normally does. Secondly we are moving her “room” to another part of the house. I cant keep cleaning after her, but I don’t want to stress her more PLEASE HELP!!
Keep laundry and blankets off the floor. Because cats just like to add to the chaos, keep piles of dirty clothes and folded blankets off the floor. These are like cat magnets. First they cuddle, then they pee.