“remove pet urine smell from carpet _dog pee smell”

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).
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.
Español: quitar el olor de la orina de gato o perro de la tapicería, Português: Remover o Odor da Urina de Gatos e Cães do Estofamento, Русский: устранить запах кошачьей или собачьей мочи из мебельной обивки, Italiano: Rimuovere l’Odore di Cani e Gatti dai Tessuti, Deutsch: Den Geruch von Hunde oder Katzenurin aus Polstermöbeln entfernen, Français: éliminer l’odeur d’urine de chat ou de chien de tissus d’ameublement, Nederlands: De geur van katten of hondenurine uit gestoffeerde meubels verwijderen, العربية: إزالة رائحة بول القطط أو الكلاب من الأثاث المنجد, Bahasa Indonesia: Menghilangkan Bau Urine Kucing atau Anjing dari Kain Pelapis Furnitur, Tiếng Việt: Khử mùi nước tiểu chó mèo trên nệm hoặc thảm, 한국어: 천을 씌운 가구에서 개와 고양이 소변 냄새 없애는 방법, ไทย: กำจัดกลิ่นฉี่ของแมวหรือหมาออกจากเครื่องเบาะ
My cat has sprayed up against the glass window on my gas fire. I have had it pulled apart and thoroughly cleaned and I can still smell the burnt cat pee every time I light it. I have no idea how the glass can have absorbed the smell, I can only assume it has dribbled down into the vents. I have tried spraying aromatherapy oils and Odour remover in the same place as the cat peed in the hopes it would get into the vents as well but no luck… Any ideas? It is winter here in New Zealand and getting cold, but lighting the fire is making me sick! 🙁
Ok I have a 7 year old female dog and she never urinated in the house but now is doing it and pooping too!! My dinning room area smells the urine, that’s her favorite spot. Will this ursine truly help get rid of smell and bigger question will it stop her from going back to those spots to pee?
Kierstin, you can also use ammonia when cats have peed on the Ammonia works with the same premise as two negatives make a positive. The ammonia counteracts and eventually negates the pee smell.
5.  Skunked Pet – fortunately, we didn’t have the displeasure of testing out this awful stench firsthand, but my friend at CTI Clean used Stinkers! to neutralize an entire vial of skunk spray, and she made a video of it for you to check out: 
Your remedy for cleaning up cat urine is ridiculously complicated. I live alone but have two cats. Unfortunately, my Crazy Cat Lady from “Hazel-Tucky” has several…which leads me to believe that cats are not the only beings which need to be spayed or neutered! In any event, I merely discovered something you can find most anywhere..Walmart’s, etc., which works great. It”s called RESOLVE FOR PETS, and it costs about $3.79 or so per foam spray can, and just ONE can has a lot of “mileage” on it..since we are talking about SPOT cleaning, not TOTAL floor and carpet cleaning and shampooing. No, I don’t own any stock in the company that makes it, but I’m seriously thinking of it!
There should be plenty of flooring dealers and installers in your city. I’d suggest getting recommendations directly from friends and family (Facebook works great for this), or by browsing the reviews within the Flooring or Carpeting categories on Yelp.
Trish, the stuff is super pervasive. I’m not sure what the service used as a cleaner, so I can’t speak its smell. The problem is that the urine was there on the carpet, in the pad, and in the subfloor for a long time. It soaked in so it may take several treatments to get rid of it. Especially if they’re sucking the cleaner back up before it has a chance to penetrate the wood. Also, don’t worry about vinegar smell. It dissipates fairly quickly. I use the stuff for a lot of my household cleaning. It’s potent, but the smell doesn’t last.
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.
If you don’t have hydrogen peroxide on hand you can substitute it with a laundry spray stain remover. Check the bottle. If it says ‘Oxy’ anywhere on the label then it probably contains hydrogen peroxide. Preen, Sard, OxiClean etc.
This is what I do. I don’t bother buying store cleaners anymore, as with some “accident’s, you can go through a whole bottle! The solution I mentioned above works just as good or better. Then once a year I get the professional carpet cleaner to come. It’s amazing the stains he can get rid of that I can’t!
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.
That’s why we need the best cat urine remover for the job. But choosing a urine remover depends on lots of factors, considering you and your cat’s interest, the material that you’re going to apply on, and others.
Personal helpful tip: at step 5, I simply cover the entire stain area with a dry towel and place some weight on it. It ensures maximum contact and all the liquid goes up into the towel without me having to hold it. Try it.
The term “adsorb” refers to the process by which the material attaches itself to the charcoals by way of chemical attraction. Large surface areas with tiny pores of activated charcoal attract odors, gases, and chemical toxins, and the pores trap these impurities. In this process, odor and chemical molecules actually bind to the carbon. As the carbon filter becomes full with airborne contaminants, the charcoal becomes less effective, requiring replacement. Impregnated carbon filters contain an additional chemical (a chemisorbent), allowing them to eliminate Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) as well as odors and fumes.
Search at night or in complete darkness. Pet urine can be difficult to see, especially when old, so maximize your search efforts by taking advantage of darkness. Either wait for night, or make the room as dark as possible.
Also, my situation is very dire. Our daughter developed an addiction to heroin and the past couple of years, we have become very neglectful to keeping the house clean. So I’m not dealing with day old odors, but years old. I don’t like to admit that because it’s a really embarrassing situation. It’s impossible to have people over to visit. Thank God for the anonymity of the internet so I can ask for help.