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Angry Orange Pet Odor Eliminator does such a great job at removing odors that pets never go in the same spot twice! Dogs who frequently mark their territory discontinue to do so in the same spot thanks to this product. Customers point out that this is a concentrated solution and to be sure to follow the directions on diluting, as you will not need more than is in the directions.
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!
Try this super product from Nature’s Miracle that contains no phosphates and is designed for use with any brand of machine you have for cleaning your rugs and carpets, provided that it is of the water-based type.
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Consider using ultraviolet light to explore more thoroughly. If you want to be thorough, buy a UV or fluorescent black light of a portable size. Look for a long bulb so you can cover more ground at much, preferably longer than 12 inches (30cm). Cheap bulbs with the housing included can be found at most hardware stores. Although pet stores sell the lights as well, they’re usually smaller and more expensive. They can also be purchased at a reasonable cost online, depending on how much time you have to wait around living with the odor.
Not only is it difficult to deal with a pet urine accident once one has occurred, but it’s also tough to know where past accidents may have taken place, including accidents you may not have even known about. Using a special UV light, Chem-Dry can detect pet accidents in your home and eliminate pet urine odors from your carpets, rugs and upholstery through our revolutionary cleaning process called P.U.R.T.® (Pet Urine Removal Treatment).  P.U.R.T. contacts the source of the odor and immediately begins a chemical reaction that destroys the pet urine odor. It’s shown excellent results on even the most severe pet urine damage.
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
Mix a solution of a hydrogen peroxide and dish detergent. Take about a half cup of peroxide and mix it with a spoonful of dish detergent. If using on a light-colored carpet, be sure to use a colorless dish detergent.
The instructions say to dilute the spot with water and blot up repeatedly… I understand this will allow you to use less Rocco and facilitate Rocco to get deeper into the carpet via the dampness. However, I am lazy and short of time… so I like simply spraying it on the spot… it takes more to do it my way, but it works all the same. It is almost too good to be true.
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Thanks Dreamhowl, I hope Murdoch, my JRT is not embarrassed that his picture is being shared across the Internet, portraying him as a slightly incontinent elderly terrier! It will do his street cred no good at all!
Every product will have the instructions on the bottle label, so make sure to follow those. However, the process is almost identical for all of them. Here are the six simple steps for the most effective way to get rid of dog urine stains and smell:
Cats make wonderful pets. They are affectionate (at least sometimes), they don’t need to be walked outside when the weather is cold and rainy the way dogs do and they are pretty low maintenance as far as animals go.
As our aim is not just to wash the spot but to prevent our dog from peeing there again we should try to use some ingredients which has very strong smell. Using vodka or alcohol (as they have such a strong odor themselves) will help to avoid the future repetition of the pee smell situation. In order to eliminate the smell from the carpet surface we need to apply vodka by wetting the spot with the cloth or spraying it with the spray bottle. After applying the alcohol we should rub the surface with some force. After rubbing we should take a dry paper towel and wipe the remaining liquid from the carpet. We should again and again wipe the surface until the paper towel will remain completely dry.
1.Vomit – Norovirus (aka the stomach flu) made its rounds through our family at the beginning of December, and it hit us HARD. In fact, it hit some of us more than once (ugh!), and there were plenty of middle of the night accidents where a kiddo with groggy aim missed his “barf bucket” and hit the floor instead. Fortunately, we had spread towels down on the floor, so the carpet was spared of any damage, but the foul odor lingered for days until I discovered Stinkers! I sprayed a liberal amount of Stinkers! on the smelly area of carpet, and within minutes I couldn’t smell the sick aroma anymore – thank goodness! 
I called the service as they said they had a 30 day guarantee. They told me if the smell is not gone by Wednesday they will come back out. Now I wait – 2 days. When it smells I cannot even sleep in that room.
I first tried normal Bissel carpet shampoo, thoroughly wetting, sucking up, and re-wetting the carpet many times in the same setting and it did nothing to remove the odor. Next I bought the Hoover Petplus 2x odor remover solution, which also did absolutely nothing to help the smell. They left virtually no odor masking perfume smell once the carpet fully dried, but didn’t remove the urine odor either.
Claire, thanks for the helpful recipes for these natural carpet cleaner/deserters. I just used the vinegar water baking soda concoction in my carpet cleaner and it worked really well. Keep email comin!
I have used Listerine on all kinds of surfaces with absolutely no ill effects. I keep a spray bottle of it on hand to use as a way of keeping my cats away from areas where I don’t want them. It can be lightly sprayed on furniture, carpet, drapes, hardwood floors and just about anything else with no problems. It is more effective as a fabric freshener than Febreze and other products of that nature. In a fine mist bottle, it makes a good air freshener. It is much better used this way than in your mouth! LOL! 😀
From our Pet Shampoo for routine bathing to our specialized Pet Urine Eliminator for inevitable accidents to our specialized Subfloor Treatment, OdorKlenz has everything you need not just to mask, but eliminate the stink!
Español: limpiar la orina del gato, Português: Limpar a Urina do Gato, Italiano: Pulire la Pipì del Gatto, Русский: отмыть пол от кошачьей мочи, Deutsch: Katzenurin reinigen, Nederlands: Kattenurine schoonmaken, Français: nettoyer l’urine d’un chat, Bahasa Indonesia: Membersihkan Urine Kucing, 中文: 清除猫尿产生的污渍
These stains were deep set and months old – and still smelled to the point it was uncomfortable being in the bedroom. You could still get the urine smell in other rooms of the apartment. The stain area was approximately 3×6 including the perimeter. We used three bottles mixed to highest recommended concentration on the stain area itself and one bottle with a less concentrated mixture on the perimeter. As other reviewers have said, it worked quickly. The smell was pretty much gone soon after saturating. It even seemed to get better as it dried. It’s now been over a week after treating the carpet with SUN and there is no urine odor in other rooms of the apartment and the bedroom is being comfortably used as a bedroom again. When the bedroom is warm or when you’re really giving the bedroom stain area the *sniff* test, you can get a whiff of odor. I’ve just ordered two more bottles and plan on to retreat the area with normal concentration mixtures. If they do any further magic I’ll update. We could just as easily have left things as they are and been satisfied, but we figured the first treatment was so effective, why not see if we can totally eliminate the odor.
So if you’re trying to rid your home of disgusting odors, noxious gases, or foul fumes, dont spray air fresheners that will only contribute to your indoor air pollution. Instead, freshen your air with a quality air purifier. Your nose will appreciate it!
Finally, your cat might not be fond of their litter box situation. It could be because they don’t like the type of litter you’ve made available, because they don’t like the box style, or because the box isn’t clean enough. As always, examining when this behavior began and linking it to changes in your cat’s environment is an important part of stopping the behavior.
At 5:00 this morning I found myself searching the net for ways to get rid of cat pee smell, after returning from a day out to find that SOME CAT (we have three, no names no pack drill) had peed twice in the bathroom. They have a flap and can come and go as they like; we only moved here two months ago and were not planning to touch the b’room until after the summer as there is so much else to do. The smell was simply horrendous and I couldn’t leave the window open until we were up as we live on a public footpath.
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.
It gets rid of the smell and doesn’t make you sick in the meantime. Can’t seem to find it on line just yet. It’s a little upsetting me as the smell is absolutely tolerable. Help me find it PLEASE. Thanx.
Cleans urine stains better and faster on porous grout. Because we do not have constraints that enzyme-based cleaners do, we can include ingredients such as an oxygen-based bleaching agent (hydrogen peroxide), surfactants, a mild solvent (isopropyl alcohol) and an acidic pH.
DIY:: Pet Urine Odor Remover: 2 parts water to 1 part mouthwash Spray area completely and lay newspaper on top The newspaper will absorb the smell completely… but if it’s an older accident you may need to do it a couple of times.
Thank you so much!!!!! I am having this problem with one of my dogs. We have been using the baking soda and that dries it up. We have tried all kinds of store bought sprays that promise to work, but none of them do work. The vinegar sounds perfect ( the way you explained it makes perfect sense.) I am going to start doing it today. I just stumbled on this, Thank God for that.
2. If homemade mixing is not your thing, there are commercial products on the market that work well too. Make sure to look for cleaners that contain enzymes because they work to break down the urine and neutralize the odor (source). Make sure you follow the instructions carefully on these products.
urine can penetrate the face fibers,also the backing which is plastic.sometimes with a big pet it can reach down to the pad and the subfloor wood or concrete.first pull carpet off of tack strip check to see if urine has gone into the plastic or back of carpet.if you see or smell it there but not in padding or concrete then apply a enzyme treatment to it and extract the urine with a extractor.flip carpet back down onto tack strips and apply to fibers on top carpet rinse with extractor.dry carpet with high speed air mover.if the urine soaks padding remove and discard.apply enzyme to subfloor clean and extract and dry out
Ah how I can relate to this scenario! After almost 30 foster dogs coming through my house (most not housebroken to start with) I know the battle with lingering odor well-and the frustration of having the dog go outside only to come in and find a blanket or rug to go on. And that feeling of never having your house clean! If none of the above cleaners work for you, you can always try a commercial product (of course natural is best!)-if you go that route I would recommend Biokleen Bac-out. I wish I had a magic solution, but cleaners aside, maybe I can offer some advice that can help.