“get rid of cat pee smell in carpet _neutralize cat urine 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.
Instead of purchasing expenses products, save your money and make yourself up a solution of rug cleaner in a spray bottle consisting of white vinegar and water (equal parts), dish washing liquid (a few drops). Have on hand hydrogen peroxide 3% – you can put on full strength as it’s already diluted. And some baking baking soda for later. You can also use SHOUT and Spray N Wash from your laundry room.
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. 
Hello! These have been wonderful solutions to my cat problems, but curious as to why apple cider vinegar is NOT used on the carpet, especially if its dark carpet, (if someone is concerned about leaving a brown stain on lighter carpet, if any?). I do use a white vinegar water solution with it being more water than vinegar. Have you ever used apple cider vinegar in the solution for carpets?
Urinse Pre-Spotter removes urine residue from soft and hard surfaces. This highly effective cleaning concentrate is specifically formulated to remove all stages of urine residue from both soft and hard surfaces.
AirPura Air Purifiers offer a variety of air cleaners especially equipped to remove VOCs, offensive odors, smoke, and smog. With an optional UV light to kill bacteria and sterilize the air, the AirPura air purifiers are comprised of an all-metal housing that does not off-gas nor does the filtration or components produce any ozone. AirPura air purifiers offer exceptionally quiet, heavy-duty air cleaning for industrial or residential settings.
Remove mold from hard surfaces. Mold has a particular smell that can permeate your entire home. It’s important for your health and the smell of your home to deal with any mold problems, such as in the shower, on tiles, in sinks, or in other damp areas of the house. To kill mold:[4]
Hello Pat. Your Ace Hardware should be able to order it for you. You may need to ask for a manager and we have been assured by their corporate offices that every store has the ability to get it from their distribution center. You can also order online at Amazon.com, we have direct links on each of the product pages. If you purchase $35 or more than you receive free shipping. Let us know if we can provide any other information or help.
I recently moved into a new apartment and sequestered my cats in the guest bathroom while we unpacked. Now the bathroom smells even though the cats didn’t seem to have any accidents. What would you suggest?
I have the problem with my bed blanket and I tried everything and it is only a few of my cats that do it. I have a lot of cats/kittens at the moment. I washed in vinegar, laundry soap and pet urine spray. I can’t get it out at all. They even pee on it when i am sleeping with it. I just dont know what to do. They are spayed and neutered.
We have 4 cats. 3 of them used the litter boxes well, until we were forced to take in a new kitten. He was not trained as we were told. Our older female started doing the peeing EVERY WHERE in the house. Spots the new kitten was peeing in as well as on rugs, clothing and the bedding and mattresses. 2 of the cats decided staying outside all the time was the best answer for dealing with the new kitten. Our older female, even a year later, despises this kitten and will purposefully pee on everything right in front of us as if she is still angry that her space was taken. Yes, she was spoiled from the beginning of her life. First it was just peeing, but now the kitten has come to age to be in heat..spraying n peeing ALL OVER , wherever he can, which makes our older female even worse so that now she is pooping every where as well. We have a HUGE house that is mostly carpeted, the house is old so the floor underneath is very old wood, which I am positive is soaked to every fiber. We have tried every known remedy online and offline..nothing helps. The kitten is not well enough to be neutered yet, he had a very bad fight with the female and got hurt so is still healing, but we cannot afford to re carpet the entire house or replace the entire flooring (we’re already putting out money for a new roof). The lady who owned the house before us had a dog, she was old and disabled so we are fairly sure no one ever helped her clean these carpets. There are certain spots that they pee n poop worse than others, like right underneath heaters. We think the older female is doingb this mostly out of behavioural issues. Weve had these cats for a long time and love them, but are ready to let them go because of how badly they have ruined the house. PLEASE HELP!!
I really wanted this to be the answer to my search for a fantastic odor eliminator for doggie ooops. I wasn’t really blow away by it. I thought I wouldn’t mind mixing it and putting it in another container (as long as it was amazing) but it’s no where near as convenient and quick as the pre-mixed solution when disasters strike AND it wasn’t as effective either. Meh results plus the mixing–I’ll pass. The search continues.
Let the sun shine in. Sunlight contains ultra-violet rays, which have the power to kill things like smell-causing mold and bacteria. No matter what time of year it is, open the curtains and drapes throughout the house on a sunny day and let the UV rays in.
Use baking soda. Baking soda is one of the most popular deodorizers around, because it’s effective and cheap. To absorb smells around the house, sprinkle some baking soda into a couple of small dishes or plates and distribute them around the house. The baking soda will absorb odors from the rooms and get rid of bad smells.[12]
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I first learned of this product via a weekly cat news letter that is written by a vet. The story she told of this product’s efficacy impressed me so much that I just had to at least try it, as it sounded too good to be true. It is TOTALLY effective and is the only product I use. It’s SO effective that my visitors are amazed that I have 4 cats, live in a year-round humid climate, and have carpet. Every cat family should have this product in their home. The other added benefit is that it can be safely used around pets (don’t spray directly on pets).
Nature’s Miracle is one of the most popular pet cleaning products out there. The advanced formula attacks set-in pet stains, removes pet pheromones, and destroys odors on contact to prevent re-soiling. Best of all, you can use it on any surface.
Most every day cleaning solutions that we use will get rid of the main onset and effects of pet odor, but generally this will only work for a limited amount of time by overpowering it with a different scent or chemicals, but it is difficult to mask the odor completely. Over time most people find that things will still smell of pet odor, even after they have been cleaned and sprayed with a deodorizer. Air fresheners and aerosols only mask the smell of pet odor for the short term and are not effective at completely ridding the home of the smell.
“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
We used this three times in our basement where one of the dogs has had multiple accidents on the carpet. My husband didn’t think he could smell anything after the second time, but I still thought it smelled. We’ve shampooed twice with our home vacuum. Then tried the Odorzout 3 times. What worked best for us was to use the professional steamer we rented and an enzyme cleaner with the professional steamer.