“pet stain remover +how to remove pet odor from carpet”

When I moved into this house the carpets smelt of cat pee which 2 of my dogs peed over them, not wanting to change the carpets until I decorate I used a steam cleaner on them, my dogs no longer pee there and I can’t smell any either. May be worth a try with a steam cleaner. I have found the small hand held steam cleaners better than those for the floors.
Well, the urine actually seeps right on down through the carpet, the pad, and into the floor sheathing (if you have that) where it stinks for a long time, and where the only remedy is, after the pee dries, to paint it over with a heavy coat of Kiltz or rip up the sheathing and replace it. It also spreads out over the floor slab (if you have that) and remains for a long time. Animals return to spots in your home that you don’t know about and relieve themselves again. The stink reduces your real estate value by $$$$.
Re-train your cat. Never yell or punish your cat for urinating in the wrong area. Instead, quickly move her to the litter box. Consistently take her to the litter box and give positive feedback when she uses it. This will reinforce a positive association with urinating and her litter box.
5.  Skunked Pet – fortunately, we didn’t have the displeasure of testing out this awful stench firsthand, but my friend at CTI Clean used Stinkers! to neutralize an entire vial of skunk spray, and she made a video of it for you to check out: 
Technicians trained in odor removal through an IICRC approved instructor are taught the four general principles of eliminating unpleasant smells. They first attempt to locate and destroy the source of the smell. In some cases, like during fire and smoke restoration, this may be too difficult to do before cleaning the area. Once the source is destroyed, the technician will thoroughly clean any surfaces or items that were affected by the source. While carpets are often a primary spot odors to take root, furniture, clothing, and drywall may also take on the scent if they are exposed long enough. These surfaces must be cleaned to prevent the smell from coming back.
I wonder if it would help to set up a few hiding spots (boxes with blankets/towels in them) in your room so she has somewhere to hide and feel safe? I would try keeping the box as closed up and dark as possible, with just a cat-sized opening cut into it, and with the opening facing a wall. I think it’d be worth a shot. And if it doesn’t help, you’re only out the cost of a free cardboard box.
And to get the odor out of your vacuum: Dump a bunch of baking soda on the floor. Vacuum it up. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat probably twice more, then repeat as needed. This is NOT to be done immediately after vacuuming up the offending substance; do this on a random day when you’re vacuuming random stuff and say, “hey, gross, this smells like cat piss.” Obviously do all necessary cleaning and filter replacements FIRST, plus make sure the canister or whatever is empty….but this really works! Doesn’t matter if you use hard ground or carpet.
Search at night or in complete darkness. Pet urine can be difficult to see, especially when old, so maximize your search efforts by taking advantage of darkness. Either wait for night, or make the room as dark as possible.
Rachel, those things work great and there are enzymatic cleaners designed for use in them. I’ve always just used the ones you can rent from hardware stores so I don’t really have any brand suggestions for you. Honestly, I’d just check Amazon and start reading reviews. Good luck!
We have a Parrot in a cage on a big rubber mat. Carpet side face down on extra carpet for protection of regular carpet. We have two cats and a dog. We suspect the male cat is peeing on the mat by one of the wheels where the birds extra food falls. He has peed in certain areas of the house and on funiture before this due to a UTI. For which he had surgery for. Will any of these solutions help get rid of the ammonia odor like it does for carpeting? Any help will be appreciated.
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Spray enzyme cleaner over the area. Non-toxic and effective, enzymatic cleaners work by breaking down stains into their basic elements, eliminating the compounds that create smells and stains. Using an enzymatic cleaner is the best way to help break down the proteins left over from the urine, removing the smell as well as the impulse for the pet to urinate in the same spot again.
Using stream cleaner is a bad idea. It will cause the stain to set and reeks something fierce. We’ve used the vinegar and baking soda mixture but you can also try Biokleen Bac-Out. It’s an enzymatic cleaner. Our dog peed in our room and it stunk. Put this stuff on spot and it doesn’t stink anymore. You can buy it at most health food stores and online are Amazon. Best of luck.
Willow, once should do the trick, assuming the washer you use is large enough. Sometimes they get all bunched up in the washer and the soap/water can’t penetrate all the way through the entire thing. Take it to a laundromat if need be. Just use your regular detergent and about a quarter cup or so of apple cider vinegar. If you have it, it helps to add some Nature’s Miracle to the laundry.
I tried the Nature’s Miracle Urine Destroyer. It certainly helped much more than the other two products I’ve tried. I had tried both normal Bissel carpet shampoo and the Hoover Petplus 2x odor remover solution; neither of them did a thing for the odor. While those two left no perfume reside, at least some of the area still smells of a mixture of non-objectionable perfume mixed with urine smell. – glenviewjeff Apr 2 ’14 at 14:28
Our cat Puffy has been driving the entire family crazy with his peeing everywhere. We bought de-scenting sprays and special cleaners, which he ignored and re-marked all over the house…some advice? (I refuse neuter my cat.) Thank you.
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My cat Chancey a male never had a problem with urine till someone threw Smokey a female out of a window of a car and then I kept her; they say cats are territory and he is acting out you could say he is jealous;I clean the spot with peroxide dish soap and vinegar; when it is totally dry I then saturte the area with baking powder for 2 months and I cover the area with 2 garbage bags I leave the bags on if he pees again all you do is to wipe with paper towels ;and spray the mixture don’t smell a thing!
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Yes! Thank you for saying that! Real (raw) food is the only way they should eat. I feed my German Shepherd Dog raw meaty bone, raw meat and raw organs. It upsets me knowing animals are forced to eat commercial food with diseased and euthenized animals in the ingredients. (Of course it’s not listed but it’s in there)
Most cleaners and odor removers work their best if you attack the problem as soon as it happens. The quicker you get to the disaster the better off you’ll be. Enzymatic solutions are particularly useful this way since fresher material will find the material more “palatable” in the immediate aftermath.
BTW…another page warned to never used a steam machine for carpets when you are dealing with a cat stain/smell as the hot steam will set it into the carpet… I am wondering if this will be the same for the laundry…???
Hi Susan! First off, are they fixed? If not, that would be the best first step 🙂 My neutered cat pees in cardboard boxes too though so I feel you. You may have to just pitch the boxes, unfortunately. I’m not a vet so I can’t say for sure why he pees in his own bed, but in my own experience with cats, he is probably doing it because he or his brother did it there once and now he’s continually going back to it to urinate for reasons that I don’t fully understand. My cat has also done this and I ended up just having to forego all plush cat beds for him. I hope you can get it cleaned up. Come back and update if his behavior stops, I’d love to know if cleaning his bed helped 🙂
Chances are you were using a store bought cleaner that was a brand name in conjunction with a cleaning machine. These cleaners are soap based and as a result, do not remove the odor. Instead, what happens with these types of cleaners is that they attract dirt. They also do not have anything in them that works as an antibacterial agent to break down and remove the odor. You need to use a cleaner that will destroy and kill germs and bacteria that cause the odor. Genesis 950 is my go to cleaner. It is by far the best pet stain remover I have ever found.