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Smoke odors from a fireplace fire that got a little out of control can leave a powerful charred smell. Cooking fires caused by leaving something in the oven too long or oil that splashes in a frying pan can fill the kitchen and surrounding rooms with a white protein smoke. Even scented candles left burning too long can leave an over-powering odor.
Finally, to ensure that guests are not smelling anything you aren’t, we recommend freshening up carpets and upholstery with the gentle, but mighty OdorKlenz Source Odor Treatment. It can be used as a powerful spot clean when accidents happen but also works well to keep odors at bay with seasonal cleanings. It is non-abrasive so it will not damage the fabrics in your home and it does not rely on perfumes which merely mask odors and fade over time. Our Source Odor Treatment truly eliminates odors at their source!
The smell will usually lead you directly to the area where your cat has urinated, though you might have to feel around with your hands for a wet spot if it is on carpet or cloth-covered furniture, or a sticky spot if it has dried on tile, linoleum or hardwood floors.[2]
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
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.
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.
I received a personal email from the founder and CEO of this company thanking me for the review and offering a free bottle on the house. This is a small, family run business and I can not express how important it is to support these types of companies.
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Stinkers! is also great for your other household odors as well – mildew, garbage cans, kennels, litter boxes, fishy and foul kitchen odors, and any other organic odor source. You can purchase Stinkers! online at CTI Clean, Amazon, Ebay or in your local Ace Hardware store.
ENZYME ACTIVATED The key is getting to the problem deep-down. This spray contains natural enzymatic bacteria that are activated on contact with odors and stains, feeding on ammonia crystals and organic matter until they are completely eliminated.
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.
When a cat has urinated on hardwood, the cat urine has seeped deep into the floors. To neutralize the cat urine, you would need to apply the cat urine smell remover so that it would seep deep into the floors as well. Due to the possibility of warping, we just can’t safely recommend this.
I think it’s too much of a personal anecdote to stand on its own as an answer, I figured someone else would have more concrete information, but I wanted to throw it out there as an option since Hydrocide isn’t really a consumer oriented product, I heard about it from the guy that came out to clean our carpets. – Johnny Mar 17 ’14 at 3:28
Try pheromone diffusers if you believe that territorial stress is part of the inappropriate urination issue. These products give off a synthetic version of the “happy cat” pheromone, which makes cats feel less stressed and more likely to use their litter effective you are at spot cleaning those ‘little accidents’, there is always going to be a time when you want to clean the whole carpet. This could also be the case if you have moved into a new home where pets lived previously.
Just like in the human world, so many unwanted feline behaviors can be explained by stress. Inappropriate urination is no exception. Cats commonly urinate outside the litter box because of unhappiness and anxiety over changes in the home environment, restriction of their natural behaviors, abuse, or unpleasant dynamics with other cats. If your cat recently started exhibiting this behavior after something in the home changed, it’s probably because of stress. Take a close look at your cat’s surroundings and determine what could be stressing them out, then neutralize those issues as best you can. Offering your cat a safe space to hide out or a tree from which they can overlook the home can help them to de-stress.
Many odors (smoke, some rotting food, pet odors, some body odors, etc.) are not derived from microbes.   so antimicrobials have no effect on these type of odors.  Aveho eliminates bad odors whether or not they were caused by microbes. 
PurAyr™ will remove all odors caused by organic materials. We do not guarantee lasting effects if the customer continues to participate in the activities that caused the odor in the first place. In the unlikely event that the odor in question lingers or reoccurs within 72 hours, our 100% guarantee assures our customers that we will retreat as necessary within 14 days of initial treatment
I just found a black canvas type bag in my closet that has been peed on several times. Put it under a blacklight but not seeing specific stain area. I was thinking to clean this in the sink or a bucket with water and detergent…maybe adding some baking soda or vinegar, but I also have a few enzymatic cleaners (Anti Icky Poo and SCOE 10x). Should I use one of the enzymatic cleaners first, then wash in detergent with vinegar or baking soda? Or skip the cleaner altogether?
This stuff worked great!! Bought a chair at goodwill and my cat went right over and peed on it. Ugh…figured I was going to have to throw it away because it probably had been peed on before and that’s why the cat decided to mark it. Used this mixture soaked the chair and no odor at all! Same cat now sleeps in this chair. No more pee odor and no more cat wanting to mark his territory. : )
Thanx, I’m going to try this for my clothes. My bedroom door doesn’t have a knob but my cat comes and goes. But a week or so ago I couldn’t understand why she kept coming to me very early in bed. I just petted her and said go back to sleep. Here, what was going on, the dog was getting back at her by sleeping up against the door. So, she peed on my clothes that had been on my cedar chest but the dog had knocked off because he liked the cool feeling of the chest. She had been peeing on my hubbys shoes last year because she had a grudge against him lol.
Rinse the stained area with water and blot using a towel. If you have a hairdryer, try drying the carpet with it for a few minutes.  The vinegar smell may stick around for up to a few days, but then the urine smell will disappear.
I had this same problem with my elderly miniature poodle. The only thing that has worked is a mild sedative, Acepromazine, at bedtime and putting a diaper on her. I might have to keep a diaper on her 24/7 because even though I watch her almost continually she still urinates in the house occasionally. The night time solution came after consultation with her vet. I never tried putting her in a crate, beside the bed at night, this might work. Since your dog is young as compared to my 15 year old dog, I would try the crate thing first. Good luck!
Good for cleaning urine stains, especially with those yellow ones. Can even have effects on old stains too. It saved me from a two-year stain on my carpet. At first, I was just trying to test it but the effect really shocked me. But the remover is not very effective on other types of stain though. The smell removing feature is good too, especially with urine. It has a mild fragrance which will fit most people’s interest.
To remove odors from sponges, you can run them through the washing machine or the dishwasher on the top rack. You could also soak them in one gallon of water and 2/3 cup of household bleach. Not only will this get rid of odors smell but it will also help to get rid of germs. Kitchen sponges should be changed often, regardless of how well you think you are sterilizing them.
While these Prana Pets natural remedies for dogs are healthy and easy to use, they’re also quite expensive. Keep in mind that most natural remedies are pricey, and you may end up saving money if you no longer have to purchase over-the-counter or prescription medications for your pet.
My husband and I were thinking about taking him to ‘doggy school’, but then again, it’s extremely expensive, and the nearest ‘doggy school’ is far away from us. Maybe you have some advice? THANK YOU!!!!
Anyone with a pet knows it is nearly impossible to find a product that will fully remove urine odor, especially in furniture and carpet. Customers back this product, claiming it is the only odor eliminator that truly works (and many say they have tried everything available). Rocco & Roxie Professional Strength Stain & Odor Eliminator can even get red wine stains out of carpet! Reviewers say it does not ruin carpet or make it stiff, but you still may want to spot test a small section to make sure!
Aveho® Odor Removal Technology mimics processes found in nature, where there are strong bonds between metal atoms and amino acids. These amino acids can break down to form numerous odors. Aveho interacts with these odors through its natural tendency to bind with nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur (the smelliest stuff in the world). This interaction removes the odors from the air.
Try adding borax to the wash load – use up to a cup per large load but don’t overfill the load so that all of it can move around well. Sometimes you will need to do more than one wash. Don’t dry until you no longer smell the urine or else it will set the smell.
Technicians also have access to several odor removal products capable of penetrating surfaces to neutralize the unpleasant smell thoroughly. Every material has its own physical properties that determine which substances to use for effective odor elimination. Trained professionals can find the best product for each material, from carpet and fabric to wood and ceramic. Once the surface has been treated, trained technicians are able to seal the surface to trap what scent does remain. Foul smells are created by airborne particles that can be sealed away for good.
You can also use a wet vacuum to “suck up” the urine if you have one on hand. This will lift more of the cat urine than blotting. Do not use a steam cleaner as at this point in the cleaning process the heat can cause the odor to last much longer and be more difficult to remove.[6]