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If you’re not dealing with too many stains, but are instead overwhelmed by the smells of your pet’s leavings then you’re in good hands with this pet and dog urine odor remover from Angry Orange. It’s specifically designed to eliminate pet odor, but it’s really not going to do much about staining.
Add a one-pound box of baking soda to your regular detergent and wash as usual, air-drying if possible. If you can still see or smell the soiling, wash again with an enzymatic cleaner — these break down pet-waste odors.
UltraTech’s new product is an odor removal solution (notice how we said “removal” and not “control”) that meets our customers’ needs while laughing in the face of these challenges (Not literally, our product is amazing but not yet able to laugh.)  Over 12 years of research and product development by Kimberly Clark, the inventors, and UltraTech, have resulted in an innovation we call Aveho® Odor Removal Technology based on the Latin word ‘aveho’, which means “to remove or carry away.”  (we couldn’t find the Latin word for “incredibly, unbelievably amazing, odor removal product the likes of which no one on Earth has ever seen”)
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.
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:
You can use this product on carpets, furniture, clothing, kennels, carriers and more! It is 100% satisfaction guaranteed, claiming it is Amazon’s best-seller for a reason. If you are unhappy with your purchase, the company will refund your money in full.
Once you’ve lifted as much of the liquid as you can, saturate the area with white vinegar. No need to go overboard, you don’t want to spread the urine further into and around the area you’re cleaning.
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.
I sure hope that the plants aren’t poisonous to the cats. You can put Lava Rocks around plants on top of dirt and your cat won’t dig there anymore; cats don’t like the feel of them. Water goes right though them to the plant’s roots, plus they are very pretty. I put them in all of my potted plants since we have 5 cats. You can purchase them in big bags at home improvement stores such as Stines, Home Depot or Lowes.
Absorb smells with a deodorizer. There are lots of deodorizers that can target pesky pet smells. You can purchase one from the store, or make your own if you’re feeling crafty and thrifty. Two of the most popular items are baking soda and vinegar, which you can spray around the house, on carpets, on beds, and elsewhere to help remove smells. To make your own deodorizers:
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.
Now fast forward a bit-my stepdaughter and husband and their menagerie moved in…..sigh. The week after last Christmas. So, now here is almost April and I have noticed a lot of cat pee smell downstairs on the brand new carpet. I had the carpet cleaned and after the floor dried, I could still smell it. I got down on my hands and knees and the carpet smells great again. So, I checked the baseboard is sticky and reeks of cat urine. How do I get that smell out and not hurt the carpet? More enzymatic cleaner or do you have any other ideas?
There are many reasons why your cat may suddenly stop using her litter box and start urinating elsewhere. It may be that you haven’t sufficiently cleaned the litter box or that the cat doesn’t like the area in which the box is located. However, repeated urination outside of the litter box may be a sign of an underlying medical condition, such as a urinary tract infection. Consult your veterinarian if your cat’s urination habits are not easily explained or remedied.[20]
is there an alternative? I’m babysitting and the little girl peed on a brown couch and I’ve mixed the soap and water but I can still smell the pee.. there isn’t any baking soda, vinegar, or peroxide here at the house.
If your cat’s not using the litter box, it’s likely that he or she is trying to tell you something. The first thing you need to do is rule out a medical problem, said Bruce Kornreich, DVM, PhD, DACVIM and associate director of the Cornell Feline Health Center.  Medical issues related to inappropriate urination can include urinary tract infections, kidney disease, diabetes, hyperthyroidism and feline lower urinary tract disease, and can cause a cat to urinate outside the litter box, particularly if he or she associates the litter box with pain. If you believe your cat is suffering from any of these conditions, or is exhibiting additional symptoms, bring them to your veterinarian immediately, as untreated conditions, like urinary tract infections, can become serious.
Of course, some people do not like the scent of this spray, describing it as cheap perfume that only masks the odor. Others claim that this product does not work to make stains disappear, and that it is a complete waste of time. However, these people are few and far between, so it is definitely worth a try if you have set in stains and are looking for a promising solution!
My now deceased cat used to be very territorial and marked the perimeter of the house under the ground floor low windows in living room and dining room, presumably to deter raccoons, other cats, and possibly larger predators (we have coyotes, wolves, cougar, fishers, and bear around– so much to his dismay he was an indoor cat and had to defend his kingdom mostly from the inside of the house). Part of the flooring was marble so I could not use vinegar on that (vinegar eats marble, as does CLR). What I found helpful was powdered hydrogen peroxide diluted with a LITTLE bit of water to make a very strong hydrogen peroxide solution (use gloves). It is marketed under various labels including Oxiclean (or Oxyclean, not sure of the spelling). I also use it on soft furniture and on car upholstery as a spot cleaner. I also use it for washing the removable coverings of sofa cushions or clothes in my front loader washing machine for any places where he had “accidents”. However, you can NOT use oxiclean on silk, leather or rubber.
You may not notice that your frisky feline hasn’t been using their litter box until you get a whiff of something off. The odor may actually increase in intensity over time, and it can be difficult to get rid of that ammonia-like urine smell with ordinary household cleaners. Cat urine removers contain special enzymes that help break down the bacterium in your kitty’s leavings and get rid of unsightly stains and urine smell. Cat urine cleaner comes in many forms including powders, sprays and shampoos. Each has a unique benefit, and some products work better on certain fabrics than others. You’ll also find air-fresheners specifically designed to combat any lingering odors and help get your house smelling fresh again in no time.