“remove pet urine odor from wood +cat odor neutralizer”

Ah how I can relate to this scenario! After almost 30 foster dogs coming through my house (most not housebroken to start with) I know the battle with lingering odor well-and the frustration of having the dog go outside only to come in and find a blanket or rug to go on. And that feeling of never having your house clean! If none of the above cleaners work for you, you can always try a commercial product (of course natural is best!)-if you go that route I would recommend Biokleen Bac-out. I wish I had a magic solution, but cleaners aside, maybe I can offer some advice that can help.
Remove the hood. If you use a covered litter box, take the lid off to see if your cat likes it better. Covered litter boxes can make cats feel they don’t have enough escape options. The space inside can also be too short for a cat to do a proper “pee squat.”
First and obligatory action is immediately after noticing to remove a significant amount of moisture with a sponge and then to start washing the spot with the solution of water and vinegar. Some people just dilute the vinegar with the water in a ratio 1:3 but there are several opinions on this subject. We can try also to prepare the smell cleaning liquid in a different way.
How to know that the dog urine stain is definitely gone? Because it’s the bacteria for dog’s urine that causes the bad smell, obviously you won’t be able to see it. Thus, after you’ve treated the area, get a UV blacklight (pet urine detector) and light the area. A well-treated area with the best pet odor eliminator should pass the UV detector test.
I did my movie theater in black because it was the only black I could find. I found out very quickly that almost any kind of stain can be scrubbed out and since it has a rubber backing the stain doesn’t soak through. There is no just rubber on the back of the carpet. Double sided tape holds it down and installation is really easy. The weiner dog took to using my theater as a bathroom, and I didn’t realize it for over a week. Needless to say I was very angry. It came right up and never smelled again. 6 years of slumber parties with kids, me drinking too much, and being used as a base of construction when I was tearing out the bathroom didn’t even phase the carpet. My wife even spilled a 5 gallon bucket of red paint on it once and then tried to be helpful by drying it up while I was at work. That came up too.
Aveho has been shown to work in as little as a few minutes. Some applications may require the treated area to be dry. Some applications can take a few hours or a few days before the odor is eliminated. Applying the Aveho nearest the source of the odor will help to eliminate the odor most quickly. Moving the bad smelling air towards the Aveho is also helpful in reducing the time required to eliminate the malodor.
I have 13 rescued and adopted cats. I have a large sun room with cat trees plus a cat yard that is protected. There are 4 cats that stay inside our home and the rest get to come in a few at a time. One of the cats who is the bully has been spraying all over in house and in sunroom. All of my cats are neutered or spayed. My vet put my cat on Prozac and has been on for three days now. He has stopped attacking the other cats but it takes about a week for them to stop spraying. They go off of this med very slowly to where they are only getting two a week. Well he sprayed into two brand new wicker baskets that I just purchased. How can I get the smell out?
Close off the affected area. Cats are naturally attracted by the enzymes in urine and will be drawn to urinate in areas that have previously been urinated in. Cover the area loosely with something like aluminum foil or an upside-down laundry basket. This will not only keep the cat from attempting to pee in the same spot while the cleaner does its job but also keep any members of the household from stepping on the area.
The new fragrance in your home is wonderful until midnight when everything turns back into a pumpkin. The urine smell comes back and you look and now you have this ugly stain even though your carpet is brown. You now have a urine smell in your carpet or worse. Pet urine in carpet can be very difficult to remove and the land mines smell is just as bad.
Does your furry little bundle of joy leave behind odors that aren’t so joyful? We thought so. Remove those pet odors and leave behind the light, just-cleaned scent of Fabric Refresher Pet Odor Eliminator. Your guests will thank you.
There is one thing…I’ve used the solution for years. But I make only what I need for that one moment. It will not work if you let it sit. I also do not use it in a spray bottle. I pour tiny bits and saturate the area. The only time I’ve used a large amount, I made a bucket of the stuff. My cat got stuck in the bathroom by shutting the door for a weekend and peed EVERYWHERE on natural stone tile. I made a bucket at a time, and it took three times pouring it on the floor and swabbing it around and letting it dry…. but it is not no longer there!
Not sure if I did something wrong, kind of hard to with 3 ingredients, however the baking soda did NOT dissolve in the peroxide even after shaking the bottle. I mixed it separately, then poured with a funnel into a spray bottle. It clogged the bottle. Found a larger one, and it seemed to work a little better, but still the baking soda did not completely dissolve. I sprayed some old spots my grandson had left and it lightened it a little but did not eliminate. Still smells unfortunately . Since the baking soda is not dissolving, I am basically just spraying Hydrogen Peroxide. Any tips ?
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).
3. Stinky Shoes & Poo – One or two pairs of stinky boy’s shoes may not seem like a big deal, but in our house, all three boys store ALL of their shoes in a small space that’s only 2′ x 3′. That’s a lot of sweaty sneakers, dirty cleats and musty rain boots in one tiny area! A few sprays of Stinkers! in their shoes and storage baskets, and our mudroom area smells fresh and clean again!
Because it is comprised of such simple ingredients, PureAyre is also more versatile than other pet odor eliminators. You can fog it or spray it. You can even use it in the washing machine, on furniture, and in your carpet cleaner. For best results with PureAyre on pet odors on carpets, floors, furniture, clothing and bedding, see our handy instructions for eliminating pet odors.