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“Clean up pet accidents by first blotting up the area and then adding a white distilled vinegar-and-water solution. Blot until it is almost dry. Then sprinkle baking soda over the area and let it dry. Vacuum up the residue the next day.”
Wow. All I can say is, wow! I am amazed at how well this worked. I had given up hope on ever getting the urine smell from a large, expensive wool rug in our living room. It was dreadful no matter how many times we cleaned it, even with an industrial cleaning machine.  I cannot believe how fresh it smells now.  I wish I had found this years ago! Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing!
The urea and urobilin/urobilinogin are not hard to clean. Urea, urobilin/urobilinogin, creatinine and the pheromones are water soluble (urobilin is the pigment that causes the color). Traditional household or carpet cleaners will deal with these, and this is why hydrogen peroxide, vinegar, and/or baking soda also appear (initially) to be effective at eliminating the problem. But the problem has not been solved! Uric acid and its salts have been left behind. Uric acid is not water soluble and bonds tightly to whatever surface it touches.
Thanks for the tip because my cat just pee’d on my body pillow and my blanket and the worst part is that the pillow and blanket were my favourite pillow and blanket so now I’m very sad and I wish there is also another pillow the same and also the blanket as well and this did help me a lot but the worst fact is that we don’t have white vinegar or baking soda at our place. So I might be out of luck right now but maybe we will go out and maybe buy the ingredients and maybe that will help me but at the moment I really dislike my cat we are not letting him back in the house because we don’t trust him peeing on anything else in our house and thanks again for making this website so I will know what to do if he does it again and I will know exactly which website to go on and of course I couldn’t thank you enough so bye bye and maybe you’ll see me put another message on this app again I don’t know what will happen but I just wanted to tell you I could not have thanked you enough whoever made this website thanks and I hope you will live the best life ever you probably will since your already making everybody’s else’s lives better so bye bye now!!!! Your the best
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.
Give your pet a bath. Pets love to play, which often means getting into messes. Regular bathing is a good idea for dogs and ferrets, and some other pets could use a wash now and then as well. Get your pet (and their favorite bath toy, if they have one) into a bathtub, wash basin, or bucket. Use a hose or bucket to wet your pet’s fur. Apply pet shampoo to the fur and lather it in with your hands until it’s nice and soapy. Rinse thoroughly to remove all traces of shampoo, and towel dry their fur. They should smell great, and look great as a bonus.
Chemspec Urine Contamination Treatment (UCT) is a powerful product that handles a variety of stubborn pet odor situations. UCT contains 22 different urine-fighting ingredients and can be used effectively on carpets, upholstery, and hard surfaces.
To further deodorize household items, sprinkle baking soda over things like carpets, furniture, mattresses, and other possible odor sources. Leave the baking soda for 30 minutes, and then vacuum it up.
10. Grab a paper towel, and try to blot up as much of the urine as possible. If it’s a large spot and you don’t want to waste paper towels, use a cloth towel or old clothes that can be thrown away. If the spot is on the carpet, stand on the wet spot (remember to wear shoes).
If the carpet is in a room you plan to utilize until the installation date, you can easily remove only the damaged area by cutting through the carpet and pad with a utility knife. To be on the safe side, extend the perimeter by at least a foot. 
Kent, despite your rudeness, I decided to approve your comment. The idea here is, after all, to help people. If you don’t like my remedy, don’t use it. If you think it’s too complicated, then you’re simply too lazy. As for the abundance of chemicals, I ask you to read the back of your can of Resolve. Do that, then we can talk about chemicals. Finally, as for the “so-called” need to add things to the laundry, I only suggest the addition of apple cider vinegar, which I have done numerous times with great results. It’s simple, it’s cheap, it’s a natural disinfectant. Why wouldn’t you use it? I wish I could say I was sorry to hear about your cat problem, but in all honesty, I think you deserve it.
This is why it is absolutely essential to use a cleaner that can break down the uric acid. Soap, vinegar, baking soda, ammonia, chlorine, and hydrogen peroxide (to name the most common cleaners) simply are not chemically capable of breaking down the uric acid in cat pee. These cleaners and deodorizers only temporarily make the smell go away and appear to work because they do clean up the other components of the cat urine. But when exposed to humidity, the uric acid salts cause the uric acid crystals to reform. This process releases the smell again; not always at levels detectable to the human nose, but the cats’ more sensitive noses can smell it. And the scent of their urine outside of the litter box encourages many cats to continue urinating outside of the box, often with their families left scratching their heads wondering why.
For use (concrete, sidewalks, outdoor tile and grouting spots): Prior to use, wash outdoor surfaces with water to remove debris and soils. Spray product directly onto area with stubborn urine stain or odor and allow to air dry. DO NOT allow product or rinse water to enter storm drains, lakes, streams or other bodies of water.
Technicians also have access to several odor removal products capable of penetrating surfaces to neutralize the unpleasant smell thoroughly. Every material has its own physical properties that determine which substances to use for effective odor elimination. Trained professionals can find the best product for each material, from carpet and fabric to wood and ceramic. Once the surface has been treated, trained technicians are able to seal the surface to trap what scent does remain. Foul smells are created by airborne particles that can be sealed away for good.
“Dogs aren’t at the groomer very long, so we don’t deal with a lot of big accidents. But intact males, usually the smaller dogs, will mark their territory right as they walk out the door. This cleans up those spots fast and there’s no lasting odor.” — Lisa Sawin, groomer and owner of Lisa’s Pet Styles
This commercial grade odor eliminator by Angry Orange was originally designed to be used in industrial applications, so it is guaranteed to get rid of the toughest pet odors in your home without any issue. This best pet odor eliminator is safe and non-toxic, as it is derived from the oil found in orange peels. It can be used indoors or out, anywhere pet waste odor is a problem.
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.
With any problem in life, you have to attack the source before treating the symptoms. Your decision to own this type of animal is the main source, the actual cat being second with their toilet being the third main source. After having a lot of self reflection on why you chose to own an animal that stalks you as if you were a gazelle and inevitably will latch onto the back of your leg while going for the achilles tendon to bring you down is the first step to solving cat pee problem. Then we move on to see if said cat is healthy and using the litter box. Finally we have to attack the actual cat toilet. Even when litter is scooped, it still holds the smell of cat pee. I change out my cat litter every 2 weeks and sometimes more. This means dumping the entire cat box into a black trash bag and then taking lysol to wipe the interior and exterior. This will help substantially in getting rid of cat pee smell. Again, attack the source, not just the symptoms.
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 for 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.
Although litter box is great for keeping your cat wastes, sometimes, even the best litter box can’t prevent the smell from getting out. And some cats even do their own business outside on the yard or even on your carpet. If that happens for a long time, the odor that was built up might become awfully smelly. Not like pooping which your cat will feel like doing in places like litter box. The urine is a way for cats to mark their territories so you might see your cat peeing in unexpected places.
Ha! Sorry Heather, that sucks. I wonder if the previous tenants had cats. I know it’s common for people with cats in apartments to put the litter box in a closet. Personally, I’d just wash the walls in there with plain white vinegar or something like Simple Solution. For the carpets, I’d definitely go with an enzymatic carpet cleaner (again, Simple Solution or Nature’s Miracle). You can even use them in those big carpet cleaner extractor things.
Why cats choose to do certain things like eat houseplants, destroy fine china, sleep in cardboard boxes and very large shoes, and pee on $90 jeans is beyond human logic. That’s okay, because we don’t need to understand it. All we really need to understand is how to fix it. And clean it. Learn how to do that in this article. And please, if I’ve offended you with my less-than-favorable language towards felines leave a comment.
My cat sprayed all over my room, on my drum set on my dresser on my floor every where and i dont know what to do. my mom says not to re wet it because the smell will just come back up so im stuck????? what should i do!?
also be absolutely certain to avoid foods with HIGH magnesium and ash content, I’ve had numerous cats over the years, two at the same time from using no name cat food i’d bought from IGA/superstore/provigo/metro, chains in Canada and all associated. I didn’t realize by saving a few bucks it would cost me upwards of five hundred bucks to have the vet use a catheter to open up their urethras. If the concentration of ash and magnesium is too high, then often they wind up getting calcified pieces of chrystals in their urine which for a person, is tantamount to having small shards of glass /a cat will meow, painfully when urinating, sometimes as they are full of pee, they’ll go where they are at, check the spot, or leave ateeny amount of litter in their box, to avoid missing the blood. You can see the shiny glittery shards of calcified urine pieces, or if you’re not too squeamish(urine is sterile until it exits the body, just wash your hands after using a finger to run through the spot. Don’t punish them, this is like punishing a child for puking when they are ill. Take them to a vet, change the food to low ash/magnesium content, and once a week , allow the urine to get really concentrated, by removing their food bowls,not the water, just the food, and the system will purge itself and break up chrystals naturally. Just one day a week, let them go without food until night time, say fourteen hours. I know the crying will get to you but in the end they will be healthier for it people should give a certain quantity of food per day, dense food as well, such as no name iams, sameingredients, immense difference in price mother hubbards is one that sells it around a dollar or dollar and a half . If you switch, some cats develop this naturally, and have to be constantly purged. Anyways I hope this saves on vet bills, if your cat is already bleeding, it’s too late to do anything but see a vet, google humane societies for low cost vets, as vets tend to overprice, another thing, all prescriptions can and you should insist on a prescription/they have been known to charge up to 100% more on something you can pick up for your pet at a local pharmacy. I had to get phenobarbitol, which was at the vet, but she was a cat lover/animal lover, she suggested instead to get it at the pharmacy, which I did from then onward, valium is effective on cats or dogs having seizures, fyi, but you must verify weight online, at several different sites, also for agitation while taking roadtrips, vomitting, etc. Its a wonderful thing to have on hand but never give more than.25mgs of it. NOT 25 mgs. Thanks for your answers. I hope I have assisted you bookmark or copy and paste also one last thing, animals in particular, males, tend to get this calcificated urine particles, after they are fixed, or before, you need to clarify that, so if you get them fixed, go online to ensure what their diet should consist of remembering always, they are carnovores, so try to get (the ingredients are listed on the side, the most quantity to the least in that order)foods that contain mostly chicken, rice, etc, it’s the crap in the food the fillers that cause these sicknesses. Most vets won’t be happy when you tell them you are aware you can get same meds at a pharmacy, unless they are strictly for animals, to avoid the immense markup but they cannot refuse you. Not one time, you can put in a complaint that can cost them their license, they’d prefer to just give you the script.
Others believe the most powerful weapon in the fight against odor elimination in carpets, couch cushions, mattresses and linens is an enzyme-based cleaner that can be found at local pet stores. The enzymes in these products actually break down the acid in cat urine, helping to get rid of the smell at the same time. These cleaners contain natural enzymes and helpful bacteria to get rid of the bad bacteria causing the unpleasant odors.
@Johnny Our vet said that incontinence would occur in little dribbles as opposed to her squatting and peeing a bladder full, which is what’s happening. Anyhow, you may want to post your comment as an answer. Thanks! – glenviewjeff Mar 17 ’14 at 3:10
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
Lastly, replace the things you can that may have been urinated on or soaked in the odors like fabric hampers and make sure to wash all other fabrics like sheets, blankets, and even pillows themselves (don’t use bleach because bleach and ammonia in urine don’t mix safely).
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