“remove dog urine from mattress +urine scent removal”

We suggest giving fabrics a weekly refresh (but we won’t blame you if you spray all day, every day). It’s the perfect topper to your regular cleaning routine (and a great addition to your OMG-my-parents-are-visiting panic-induced cleaning routine).
This is a must have for any parent who has kids that play sports. Riding home in a car with a several teenagers after a tournament can be challenging enough, but at least with Febreze you can drive home without the stench!  see moreof Emily811218008’s review
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I’ve tried so many others…this is perfect for odors!!!! And there’s not that period of time after you spray it that you’re like…oh wow now it’s worse…like with so many other products. Glad to have finally found a good one!!!
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!
I called the service as they said they had a 30 day guarantee. They told me if the smell is not gone by Wednesday they will come back out. Now I wait – 2 days. When it smells I cannot even sleep in that room.
A: Eliminate odors coming from the shower drain by eliminating the source of the odor. Hair, soap, body oils and everything else that goes down the drain leads to foul smells, and those things must come out for the smell to disappear.
First, our trained professional will do an inspection of your carpets with a special ultraviolet light. This light exposes any problem areas and odorous urine deposits that may not be visible to the naked eye.
When cleaning any surface, it’s important to get to the point not only where you cannot smell the urine, but your cat can’t smell it either. “When a cat can smell a previous urine spot (from themselves or another cat), that area is likely to be used again,” George said.
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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.
Hello! These have been wonderful solutions to my cat problems, but curious as to why apple cider vinegar is NOT used on the carpet, especially if its dark carpet, (if someone is concerned about leaving a brown stain on lighter carpet, if any?). I do use a white vinegar water solution with it being more water than vinegar. Have you ever used apple cider vinegar in the solution for carpets?
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.
Just tried this and it really works! It completely removed the smell on carpet that had been repeatedly peed on. We got a dog from animal friends and when I went back to teaching she’s been peeing in the corner area of my living room. It smelled like a kennel. All of the smell is gone!
I went ahead and scrubbed the baseboards with white vinegar. Then I found the peroxide/water suggestion. I tried that. Now I have a strong odor of vinegar in the room. I have opened the windows to let it air out. Not sure, but I feel like I have made things worse.
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Hi Eric! I have a kitty who is “pissed” because he has to be quarantined for 45 days – something bit him outside. He’s unhappy because of this, and keeps peeing on my bedroom carpet. I’d like to just buy a steam cleaning machine because he seems to have peed all over the whole thing. Have you ever tried this method? Would you advise against this for any reason and if not, can you recommend a specific machine that won’t break the bank?
Noxious odors on restoration and cleaning jobs can be tough to remove. Odors can permeate the entire job site, making it an unpleasant place for customers to live and work in. In some cases, strong odors can even prevent restoration and cleaning crews from getting to work. 
Cushions and mattresses can be cleaned! Soak the affected area of the cushion. As mentioned earlier, cat pee wicks, and you must get the enzyme cleaner to wick to all of the same places the cat pee did or it won’t work. If possible, take the cushion outside, blot up as much of the cat urine as possible, then soak the cushion by very slowly pouring the enzyme cleaner on/around the affected area, giving it time to really soak through the cushion. Let it sit for 15 minutes then squish out as much of the excess enzyme cleaner as possible. Finally, blot up what you can (with a lot of towels). If sunny, leave the cushion outside as long as possible while it dries. To continue using your couch for the days it will take your cushion to completely dry, lay aluminum foil down over the couch, put the cushion down, put another layer of aluminum foil over the top of the cushion, and a throw blanket on that. When you’re done for the day, remove the throw blanket leaving the aluminum foil behind to discourage kitty from peeing on it while it completes the drying process. When dry, the smell of cat pee will no longer tempt kitty to pee on the couch.
Happy New Year & Happy New Year Smells – The holidays are over, the guests are gone and the sweet smell of pine has left our homes as we get ready to settle into a long winter of stale, cold air. There is no time like the present to freshen the air you breathe inside your home, your car,…
Smelleze® bad smell remover pouches are very easy to use but extremely effective. Simply place in areas with foul odor, on return air vents, or inside air ducts, and smell the difference. They attract bad odor like a strong magnet, absorb them like a super sponge, and get smell out fast without emitting harsh chemicals. Odors just don’t stand a chance!
If you don’t have hydrogen peroxide on hand you could substitute it for a spray laundry stain remover. Check the bottle. If it says ‘Oxy’ anywhere on the label then it probably contains hydrogen peroxide. Preen, Sard, OxiClean etc.
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.
After cleaning up my tile floors, I routinely steam cleaned the tile floors after vacuuming to keep down the dust, which also kept the house smelling fresh and ensure elimination of any residual odours from places where the floor was cleaned with vinegar after a deliberate cat “accident”. Unfortunately none of this cleaning discouraged his territorialism and he continued to pee on the floors under the ground floor windows that were low to the outside where he could observe incursions into his territory. Recently I heard that, after thorough cleaning, you can wipe with pure essential oil of orange peel to discourage use of those areas (have not tried this but intend to if my new kitty follows in my old cat’s bad ways!, but my old cat HATED oranges and orange peel, so I think it might have worked).
The Large Hard Surface Cleaning System II is designed for the removal of BOTH stains &/or odors. It removes dog urine, cat urine & human urine in hard surfaces such as hardwood floors, tile, grout, concrete, etc.
Do not use Hydrogen Peroxide that is higher in concentrate than 3%. Bleaching may occur on some carpets with a stronger solution. Read the label on the Hydrogen Peroxide carefully. The label will state the strength.
First you will need Rocco and Roxie pet stain remover. Just buy the jug if you are battling cat pee. The spray bottle will not be used. Pour Rocco and Roxie on the cat pee. It needs to be a puddle that soaks in through the carpet and into the carpet pad. We are not using a band aid, we are going in and sanitizing this dire situation. As you get the spots you can see, grab a UV light, turn off the lights, and prepare for night battle. Find all the illuminating spots and pour that Rocco and Roxie on all spots. Cat pee is no laughing matter to people like me. After all the spots are drenched, wait it out for a few hours and soak as much up with paper towels. If you use a towel, I feel you are transferring cat pee from one spot to the next. There will be a slight chemical smell. Again, cat pee is not like spilling your tumbler of vodka and soda water because the cat trips you up on purpose. Cat pee is anger and anxiety wrapped into one huge ball which needs strong chemicals to destroy.
Once the area is clean, make it unattractive and/or unavailable to your pet and the appropriate bathroom area attractive. As long as your pet can smell their personal scent, they will continue to return to the “accident zone.”
If you go to a horse store, you can get some stall neutralizer that works for the rocks. I live in the desert and so I really do not have grass. I sprinkle this every so often and it helps immensely. It will come in a 40 lb bag and it is safe for pets.
Does anybody have suggestions for removing cat odor from wood floors that have been peed on? We have sanded 1/4 inch off and resealed but it still permeates. I think we will have to kilz and cover. It is the most vile smell ever. I don’t even have cats and cannot get rid of the aroma. It makes me want to vomit. I have tried all of the enzymatic cleaners, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, bleach and mouthwash solutions. At this point, I am just wanting to cover up the smell to make it tolerable to live in in the meantime. Help!