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Leather and leather-like fabrics are a little more delicate, but can still be cleaned. Make a solution of equal parts vinegar and water. Soak a cloth and wring out as much liquid as you can, so the cloth is barely damp. Then, wipe the surface of the fabric to remove any troublesome smells that are lurking.[4]
Many people erroneously think antimicrobials remove all odors.  Antimicrobial chemicals only remove odors caused by microbes (bacteria in particular).  When microbes digest their food source, they generate malodors.  However, many odors are not bacteria-based.  Many odors are derived from non-bacterial sources (that antimicrobials would have no effect in eliminating).  So while antimicrobials will only remove bacteria based odors, Aveho will remove far more malodors, including bacteria-based odors.  In addition, Aveho can remove these malodors without destroying beneficial bacteria.  The limitations of antimicrobials can be overcome by using Aveho in conjunction with (or instead of) antimicrobials.
HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters, by definition, are required to filter at least 99.97% of all airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns, including dust, pollen, and pet dander. However, the size, material, and construction of the HEPA filter media will determine the amount of particulates that will be filtered. If the filtration media is too small, some ultra-fine particles like foul odors and chemical fumes can be missed.
Unfortunately, there’s no way to use dog urine smell eliminator products that would have no chemicals in them (self-made DIY cleaners are sadly not as effective). Thus, any type of cleaner, including these best pet odor eliminator products, will leave residue behind that you cannot see, but as long as they’re safe for pets, you won’t have to worry.
This will get rid of a great deal of the smell, but to really do a thorough job, you might want to rent a carpet cleaning machine with an attachment for furniture – or call a cleaning company to do it for you. Always start with neutralizing as much of the smell as possible before the shampooing, though, or all you will be doing is creating a hybrid of dog smell and perfumed shampoo. Not a good combination. And don’t use carpet shampoo on the furniture, or you could end up with ruined and smelly furniture.
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I moved into a condo and found out that the odors were much stronger & mainly came from carpet in living room. Pulled it up and found lots of dried/old cat ( and possibly dog) urine. Removed entire carpet & padding but the stains went down to the subflooring. Flooring person recommended trying odor spray and Binz. But one area in particular is really deep and wide spread. Would you recommend having the plywood replaced?
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.
Professional Grade targeted enzyme spray removes tough stains Professional Grade targeted enzyme spray removes tough stains like dirt oils urine and residual odor. This 2-in1 spot spray is a pre-treat and every day pet stain remover. Safe to use on carpet and upholstery prior to use with all full-sez and spot cleaning machines.  More + Product Details Close
Quick question for you – do you have a recommendation for an odor removing recipe that can be used in a carpet shampoo vacuum? I do not want to buy a regular shampoo from the store as my vet told me it does not remove the urine smell and that animals will still be attracted and potty on the carpet as long as I use a regular shampoo.
At OdorKlenz we are proud that our products are fragrance free and made without any toxic chemicals that would be harmful to your beloved pets. We do not use enzymes which target only certain odor particles, chemicals which might bleach or discolor, or abrasive chemicals which might damage your carpet or furniture. Every OdorKlenz product you use on your pet or in your home is safe and efficient. We are committed to finding the most useful formulas without relying on masking agents or perfumes because we take your trust seriously – when we tell you an odor will be eliminated, we mean it!
Love this thanks.. however what is the ratios for using it in the carpet cleaner?? I have three dogs and the youngest one who isnt so young anymore likes to go where ever she wants so now the others are following suit!!
Clean pet messes immediately. You may be tempted to leave extra nasty messes for later, but try to act as soon as possible to avoid lingering odors. Pick up solid waste and throw it in the garbage. Blot the mess to absorb excess moisture. Spray the mess with an enzyme cleaner, and let it sit for 30 minutes. Then, blot the area with rags or a cloth and let it air dry.
I use this machine with an accompanying solution (you can pick which Bissell formula works best for your problem area) to remove pet stains (including the more than occasional hairball) from our carpet.
The very best way to eliminate cat urine and dog pee odors from your house is by not letting them happen in the first place. Here are five useful tips that will help keep your cat from random accidents:
Let this sit while you go get some paper towels or a cleaning rag to blot up the liquid. When you’ve finished blotting up as much as will come up, cover with a towel until dry or dry enough to tell whether or not you’ll need to repeat these steps again.
That’s awful. I’m sorry to hear about this. The only thing I can think of is to maybe wrap a towel around the head of your long handled brush to absorb some of the urine, rather than just pushing it around with brush bristles. I think I’d take a two-pronged approach. First wrap your brush with a towel dampened with water, both to remove some of the urine and to soften the dried stuff. Then go down with a clean towel dampened with Nature’s Miracle. You might need to do that second step a few times until the towel starts to come up clean.
The type of stains that you want to remove is the most important. If it’s only urine, choose a specialized product that can clean effectively. But you can also choose a remover that has multiple uses which can be used on coffee, tea stains, and like wise.
As a disabled senior with a service dog…and a neat freak…I depend on Febreze to keep my apartment smelling nice and clean. While my apartment is immaculate, in summer or winter when everything is closed, air can quickly become musty and stale smelling…but not with Fabreze…even my service animal appreciates it as he loves the smell too!
Important. Never use ammonia or ammonia-based products on the carpet. One of the ingredients of urine is ammonia and your cat may well be encouraged to re-offend in the same area if it detects the smell of ammonia. Many household cleaner cleaners contain ammonia so be sure to read the label.
I have two cats that seem to leave an odor in my carpets. I freshen them weekly with Febreze and all odors disappear. I also quit smoking recently and I have sprayed all my surfaces in order to remove the smell of smoke on the surfaces of my furniture. I love it. Especially the unscented.  see moreof Carlita’s review
FYI – I am not finding it online, but I believe it says on the bottle of the Nature’s Miracle, that if you use another cleaning product first it can lock in the odor, keeping the enzyme from working correctly. Kind of like trying to get a stain out of your clothes after running through the dryer. – James Jenkins♦ Jun 22 ’14 at 15:38
Plumbing smells are among the worst smells to fill your nostrils. Odors can be caused from a variety of sources, including dirty bathrooms, clogged drains, and damaged plumbing lines. Recognizing these causes and identifying the problem is half the battle » More
On rugs, carpet, upholstery, etc. again pick up the mess as best you can spray with straight hydrogen peroxide. Blot the wet spot up and rub up the stain and odor. If necessary treat again by spraying area with peroxide and sprinkling baking soda over that. Let dry and vacuum. Works for me. Hope it works for you too
Love My Pet, The Pet Odor – Not So Much – Most dog lovers will agree that a dog a man’s best friend, and every crazy cat lady you know would find it impossible to imagine life without cats, but what about the odors that these loving pets leave behind? “Fresh” and “clean-smelling” are not typically the words that come…