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Aveho can be used in a wide variety of applications. Aveho can be applied to fabric, upholstery, carpeting, absorbent materials, hard surfaces, and many other places. Due to the high capacity of Aveho to remove malodors, there is no need to over-spray or over-apply Aveho, as this may leave a residue.  Aveho is water soluble, and may be washed away or vacuumed when dry. 
PRS Carpet Prespray is biological based and provides stunning cleaning performance on food soils, pet stains, and body fluids on carpet and all cloth surfaces by digesting odors and moderate soil loads at their source.
For mattresses, to remove cat urine the best thing to do is to make a double, triple or even quadruple batch of the cat urine smell remover to completely cover the stain and then really pour it on. Don’t be afraid of saturating the mattress. The cat urine has gone deep into the mattress, so you need to make sure that there’s enough solution to go deep into the mattress as well. The solution has to reach the cat urine to neutralize it. You could treat the cat urine in the mattress in the morning so that the solution can work through the day. The mattress will often be dry enough for use by bedtime.
After you’ve successfully removed the dog pee smell from your home, the last thing you want is to have to start all over again. Dogs may return to the scene of the pee crime if they can still smell their own personal scent, so be sure to clean thoroughly. You can also make the area unavailable by placing furniture or a rug over the spot.
Once you’ve cleaned a particular area, prevent a recurrence by changing the significance of that area to your cat. In other words, since cats prefer to eat and eliminate in separate areas, place food bowls and treats in soiled areas, or play with your cat in that space and leave toys there.
There’s no need to rinse or blot the enzymatic cleaner, you simply let it do its work, dissolve and dry. The length of time required depends on what version of cleaner you buy. Some require 24 hours, while serious stains may take up to two weeks to completely dissolve the smell and stain. Sometimes the smell gets worse before it gets better, so don’t be discouraged. In the store, look for the version of carpet cleaner that’s formulated especially for pet urine removal and is available in liquid or powder formula.
As a general rule, you should keep as many litter boxes as you have cats in the house, plus one.  You can also try removing the cover of your cat’s litter box (if it has one) or changing the type of litter you use to encourage your cat to use his or her box.
I took in two street cats in 2006. They are excellent in grooming themselves and didn’t need any litter box training. One of the cats has a poop smell on his scruff while the other does not. I thought it may have been a temporary thing, but it is still very much there. Is there a natural way I can get rid of this odor, especially since it is directly located on cat’s scruff area? Thanks!
I have 13 rescued and adopted cats. I have a large sun room with cat trees plus a cat yard that is protected. There are 4 cats that stay inside our home and the rest get to come in a few at a time. One of the cats who is the bully has been spraying all over in house and in sunroom. All of my cats are neutered or spayed. My vet put my cat on Prozac and has been on for three days now. He has stopped attacking the other cats but it takes about a week for them to stop spraying. They go off of this med very slowly to where they are only getting two a week. Well he sprayed into two brand new wicker baskets that I just purchased. How can I get the smell out?
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.
Kat, I’ve had luck with the Bissell Little Green ProHeat I mention in this article. In fact, I just used it yesterday to get cat puke out of the runner in my foyer. Ugh. You definitely need to use a solution with it but Bissell carries a line (you can find it on Amazon at Target, etc.) and there are formulas specifically for pet odor. If it’s a super saturated or old stain you may need to go over it a few times but the ProHeat sucks all of the stain up so you’re not just masking the odor, you’re removing the source.
Wipe up and blot. Using paper towels, blot up as much of the urine as possible if the surface is fabric or carpet. With these surfaces, there is a danger of the urine soaking into the fibers of the material. Use a gentle dabbing motion to blot up the urine.[4]
Do not use in a spray applicator on carpets, upholstery or similar surfaces. WHY? Because urine is a hot liquid that leaves your pet at over 100 degrees, and quickly spreads UNDERNEATH carpet and INTO upholstery. If you spray the surface, STINK FREE Instantly will NOT sufficiently reach and neutralize deep contamination. However, it is okay to spray HARD surfaces with STINK FREE Instantly Urine Odor Remover. Just be sure the STINK FREE product reaches deep into cracks and crevices, just as the urine would have soaked in. Directions: IMPORTANT! Check material for color fastness before applying (Do not use if material is not color-fast). COMPLETELY saturate the ENTIRE contaminated area and let dry.** DONE! **IMPORTANT! For thick materials, such as carpets, saturate an area wider than the surface stain. Urine is absorbed both horizontally and vertically, in a pyramid-like pattern, which makes the contaminated area below the surface larger than the surface stain.Works for All Urine Odor. Guaranteed to outperform every other urine odor remover or your money back! Made in the USA.
On hardwood or laminate floors, use paper towels, an absorbent cloth, or a mop to sop up the pee. I love these reusable, super-absorbent cleaning cloths. Just throw them in the washing machine after use.
I strongly advise that if you are contemplating the above instructions you stop. There are cleaners that can remove the stains and smell without you having to play laboratory and creating things that can ruin your home. My choice of cleaner for pet stains is Genesis 950. Cleans better then anything I have tried . . . and I have been through a lot of different products. But even if you don’t use that, use anything . . . just don’t do the vinegar/baking soda thing.
Tobacco smoke odors caused by people smoking cigarettes, cigars, or pipes indoors tend to permeate the entire structure. The longer a person smokes inside, the stronger the odor is and the more difficult it becomes to remove.