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I certainly hope that I never have to use Stinkers! for skunk spray, but I’m pretty confident that it would do a great job. According to one of the many 5-star reviews on Amazon, “Skunks and my dogs meet each other on a regular basis on my ranch…forget all those home remedies, this works!” Judging by how well Stinkers! worked on everything else we tested this past month (including that absolutely putrid dead animal stink!), I’m going to take his word for it!
An independent laboratory recently conducted multiple tests of our P.U.R.T. process to determine its effectiveness in treating pet urine odors and stains. In tests against the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine, this study found that P.U.R.T. removes an average of 99.9% of pet urine odors from carpets. To go one step further, the study also tested Chem-Dry’s ability to eliminate the bacteria that can be found in pet urine. When used along with our HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction) cleaning process and a sanitizer, the study found that P.U.R.T. removes an average of 99.2% of the bacteria from pet urine stains in carpets.
detergent/hydrogen peroxide/spices then sprinkling with baking soda. It seemed to help, but again, not nearly enough. In retrospect, I don’t think we were able to saturate the fairly large stain area deeply enough. That would have taken several applications – meaning several boxes of baking soda, etc. So, back to online searching.
The salesperson at Petsmart gave me some good ideas once the odor problem is solved–to put down the dog training pads to cover the area where the odor was, in order to catch any follow-up urination in the same spot. Also, I’m considering putting my dog in dog diapers at night to make sure there aren’t further accidents.
Thank you so much!!!!! I am having this problem with one of my dogs. We have been using the baking soda and that dries it up. We have tried all kinds of store bought sprays that promise to work, but none of them do work. The vinegar sounds perfect ( the way you explained it makes perfect sense.) I am going to start doing it today. I just stumbled on this, Thank God for that.
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A good sign that your cat is urinating as a marking mechanism is if they urinate on a vertical surface, like the wall. This is commonly called spraying. While any cat may do it, those who haven’t been spayed or neutered are more likely to urinate outside of the litter box as a marking behavior. You may consider getting your cat spayed or neutered to manage this urge. Additionally, take a look at why your cat might be concerned about marking their territory. Have stray or feral cats been hanging around recently? Is there a new feline addition to the home? Have there been other changes in the home environment?
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Thank you so much for the pet stain and odor remover. I have 3 dogs, 2 are seniors and are prone to accidents now. I have a questions for you. Do you know of anything that helps toe nail fungal infections. I has caused my nails to thicken and are very uncomfortable.
There are many health risks, which hopefully you or your loved ones have not yet experienced, when dealing with dangerous substances. Our certified Body Decomposition Odor Removal team will completely decontaminate the area by eradicating each and every possible health risk associated with the odor. Don’t ignore one of your primal bodily senses, they are designed to protect you and we are trained, equipped and experienced in successfully removing odors of all kinds.
Joe Appleby shows you the step-by-step method of how to get urine out of carpet and area rugs. Learn how to get urine out of carpet with simple household items or visit our website at www.applebycleaning.com.
To use, simply wipe away any excess urine and soak the surface thoroughly with Nature’s Miracle. Wait five minutes, and wipe away. Customers attest to the fact that this best pet odor eliminator works on old, set in stains and fresh spots alike. It may take more than one application, but vigilance and patience are key.
Mix a solution of fifty percent white vinegar and fifty percent water. Use a spray bottle to apply the vinegar solution to the carpet. Work the solution into the carpet with a soft brush (or your fingers) to ensure it penetrates the carpet fibers below.
Keep it clean. Most of us rinse/wash our dishes off before putting them in the dishwasher, so when I’m done removing food and ready to use the disposal, I squirt a little dish soap in the disposal and let it run an extra minute or so.
Wow! The All-Surface Granules really work and it is so easy to use. I have a 15 year old cat who had soaked my new sofa with urine. I had done everything I knew of to try to rid it of the stench. Twenty-four hours with Odorzout, and you would never guess there had ever been a problem. I also have a pouch hanging by the litter box. I never intend to be without your product again.
While these Prana Pets natural remedies for dogs are healthy and easy to use, they’re also quite expensive. Keep in mind that most natural remedies are pricey, and you may end up saving money if you no longer have to purchase over-the-counter or prescription medications for your pet.
Hi Debbie, oh that is awful! I had a cat who would VOMIT on me while I was sleeping, so I can kind of feel your pain. First off, the blanket – you may want to trash it if you can’t get the smell out. They’ll keep peeing on it if they smell the pee. I’m not a vet, so of course I’m obliged to tell you that you should talk to your vet, but in my experience cats will urinate in the places they’ve gone before because they associate that as a peeing-spot.
At this point, I am satisfied I have fought a good battle but I am still wary. I have an oreck orbiter to clean my travertine floors. I bought the attachments for cleaning the carpet and also Oreck Dry Carpet Cleaner. I spray the Rocco and Roxie OxyClean product as a mist on a 6 by 6 foot spot and then sprinkle the dry carpet cleaner all over. A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY. I rub the cleaner into the carpet with my oreck orbiter. Wait 45 minutes to 2 hours and vacuum. The Dry Carpet Cleaner gets out stains but it also gets out all the allergens and cat litter smell. I am not a fan of steam cleaning carpets. I have never had success. The Dry Carpet Cleaner is great for spring cleaning carpets or being completely unhinged by cat pee and needing to verify, the carpet is indeed clean.
The enzymes also destroy the pheromone in the urine stain. This is something I personally have never smelled, our noses can’t, but while vinegar may rid the urine smell, it will not destroy the pheromones. Also because my husband owns a carpet store, I can tell you a lot of times people clean the carpet, but if the urine is still in the pad underneath, or the sub floor, they are chasing their tails (pun intended) you need to be sure the pad and floor are also cleaned with the enzyme cleaner.
One of the most frustrating things that can happen to a cat guardian is inappropriate cat urination, especially if it happens to take place on your furniture. Here are some cat urine cleaner methods using enzymatic cleaners or alternative methods.
Allow the area to dry completely. Once the area is thoroughly dry, vacuum up the baking soda. A fan or heater can assist drying. The baking soda absorbs the odor and urine. (Use a hard bristled brush to loosen up the baking soda if necessary.) 
Eco Housekeeping Tip: Pet Odor Eliminator – spray bottle, water, mouthwash, newspaper. combine 2 parts water to 1 part mouthwash spray mixture on soiled area, do not soak. Then place newspape (Swell Bottle Essential Oils)
Eric, thanks for the suggestion, I will try that. As for the black light, I have three cats so not 100% sure which one has pee’d. But I suspect it might be my oldest cat, who is 19. She does have slightly lowered kidney function due to her age, and I take her to the vet 3-4 times a month to get additional fluids. So you may very well be right about her urine being diluted such that I can smell the stain but not see it with a black light. Just surprises me I wouldn’t see at least an faint outline, especially on items that smell strongly of urine. First I tried a small, bar shaped blacklight that came with one of the cleaners. I thought perhaps it was not powerful enough so ordered another blacklight that is like a flashlight in design and supposed to be much stronger. Neither seems to show any stain, either on the blankets or on the canvas bag. Strange, but I guess I will just trust my nose to treat the areas!
We have 4 cats. 3 of them used the litter boxes well, until we were forced to take in a new kitten. He was not trained as we were told. Our older female started doing the territorial peeing EVERY WHERE in the house. Spots the new kitten was peeing in as well as on rugs, clothing and the bedding and mattresses. 2 of the cats decided staying outside all the time was the best answer for dealing with the new kitten. Our older female, even a year later, despises this kitten and will purposefully pee on everything right in front of us as if she is still angry that her space was taken. Yes, she was spoiled from the beginning of her life. First it was just peeing, but now the kitten has come to age to be in heat..spraying n peeing ALL OVER , wherever he can, which makes our older female even worse so that now she is pooping every where as well. We have a HUGE house that is mostly carpeted, the house is old so the floor underneath is very old wood, which I am positive is soaked to every fiber. We have tried every known remedy online and offline..nothing helps. The kitten is not well enough to be neutered yet, he had a very bad fight with the female and got hurt so is still healing, but we cannot afford to re carpet the entire house or replace the entire flooring (we’re already putting out money for a new roof). The lady who owned the house before us had a dog, she was old and disabled so we are fairly sure no one ever helped her clean these carpets. There are certain spots that they pee n poop worse than others, like right underneath heaters. We think the older female is doingb this mostly out of behavioural issues. Weve had these cats for a long time and love them, but are ready to let them go because of how badly they have ruined the house. PLEASE HELP!!
Ozone odor control devices are able to eliminate pet odor, along with a whole host of other tricky household odors by releasing a highly reactive oxidant into the air which neutralizes and destroys the pet odor molecules in the surrounding atmosphere. The ozone molecules cause the pet odor to become inert gaseous compounds which lose all of their characteristics and odor before being dispersed back to the air. As well as being used to deodorize the air in one’s home or car, electronic ozone equipment can help to provide a healthier breathing space by helping to eliminate the toxins and bacteria that can be present in the air from the pet odor.
Sounds good, but what about any discoloration damage to carpet if “enough strong peroxide” is used? You say use 30% H202, so is the 40 volume (assume 40%) clear developer from beauty supply too strong?
The problem with cat urine soiling on carpets and other porous furnishings is that it is not always detected until it begins to smell. When the cat first urinates it has very little smell but as time goes by and the urine begins to decompose the odor becomes very unpleasant.
Carpet is just not designed to be washable to the degree required to get urine out, if its soaked through the underlay and into the floor below then you have pretty much no chance at all and really you need a new carpet or better yet… a waterproof flooring like lino or tiles.
The service told me they would come back out believe it or not – for a 3rd time. (Free of charge) They are sending someone else. I guess they are going to blacklight everything again and if nothing is showing up on the surface, they will perform some kind of moisture testing. Told me that if it is in the pad of the carpet they are able to pull up those areas and replace sections of the pad. Really hoping the carpet doesn’t need to go. Nothing is visible and it is certainly much better, but I am ready for my house to smell fresh again. (and be sanitary of course) Hopefully the third will be a charm. They have actually been very understanding – thank goodness.
Clean your pet’s toys and accessories. Your pet is lucky to have a number of beloved toys and accessories. However, when unwashed and strewn about the house, these can create unpleasant odors. Wash fabric toys, ropes, towels, collars, and leashes in the washing machine. Tumble dry them in the dryer. Wash hard toys, bowls, and rubber toys in the sink with hot soapy water.
I have two cats. One male and one female. My male is just over a year old. He was born feral. I have had him from about 8-10 weeks of age. He had few accidents in the first couple of weeks but that eventually stopped. My female is only a week over six months of age. She was litter box trained when I brought her home but still had accidents for the first couple of weeks. She has stopped. I have had cats almost my entire life so I know that when a male sprays the smell is stronger. That being said, my male has started spraying again. Most of the time I catch him in the act because he seems to be doing so out of anger. Most of the time it seems to be on my bedding (pillows or blankets). I am able to take those things to a washer and clean them with vinegar and/or baking soda and the smell is gone. My problem is that he is spraying in some other spot within my small living space. I cannot clean it because I cannot distinguish where he is spraying. Is there a way to mask the smell while i continue to try to clean a possible areas? I clean their litter box as often as possible (believe me they let me know if I am slacking) and I am sure that the smell is not coming from that.
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I have 3 dogs been having them for 2 years 1 is trained but the other two they go back and forward with the accidents and ive had enough withh the ammonia smell making me sick.i do everything thats possible take them on walks but sometimes they just rather come home and do their business here.Please help any suggestions are well appreciated .thank you