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Having a dog and a small house, it can easily get stuffy and doggy smelling in there. Febreeze Pet Odor Eliminator does a great job of lightening up the pet smell in the house and helps keep it fresh. That mixed with my candles are the perfect recipe for a fresh smelling house!
Airborne particles are a major cause of respiratory ailments causing allergies, asthma, and pathogenic infections of the respiratory tract. Here at Bio Recovery, our cleaners do more than just cover up the odor. Our highly trained and certified technicians employ EPA approved, chemical free technologies, techniques and procedure to eliminate all traces of harmful substances that can pose a health hazard. Bio Recovery’s cleaners will completely clean and disinfect a death, trauma or crime scene and take additional measures whenever odors are present. We can also eliminate and remove odors in your cars, trucks, vans, campers, motor homes and even your boat.
The Small 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.
Replace the padding underneath. For stubborn stains that you suspect may have soaked through the carpet into the padding, replacing the padding itself will help a lot. Pull up the carpet, cut a sample of the padding and bring it to a home improvement store to find padding of equal thickness. Cut out the stained padding and replace it with a piece of the new padding.
That’s a great question Gary. Regarding how to remove dog urine from carpet that has set in, we recommend the same products and techniques. People really rave about Nature’s Miracle and some members of our team have used it as well. We’ve read that it performs well for urine that has dried up, so I would recommend purchasing it and seeing how it works. Best of luck!
Cat urine contains a unique blend of bacteria, urea, and other substances that give it a strong and persistent odor. Removing it effectively demands high-quality cleaning solutions that attack and break down the odor-causing components. Because the lingering smell of the urine tends to draw cats back to the same area repeatedly, the first incidence of urinating outside of the litter box can easily become a cycle of inappropriate and detrimental behavior.
Important: Before implementing hydrogen peroxide on your carpet try it on the small part of the carpet and make sure that carpet does not change the color. If the test is accomplished and carpet is looking good go ahead and wash the whole spot with the cleaning mixture.
Anyone who owns a cat has probably smelled the foul odor of cat urine at some point. The strong, pungent smell can radiate throughout a home and, if not cleaned up properly, can become even stronger over time and create unpleasant fumes similar to ammonia.[1] In addition to the unwelcome odor, cat urine can also leave stains, especially on fabric and carpet. Because it can be difficult to remove, learning how to clean cat urine effectively quickly is key to keeping your home and furniture fresh and urine-free.
Thanx, I’m going to try this for my clothes. My bedroom door doesn’t have a knob but my cat comes and goes. But a week or so ago I couldn’t understand why she kept coming to me very early in bed. I just petted her and said go back to sleep. Here, what was going on, the dog was getting back at her by sleeping up against the door. So, she peed on my clothes that had been on my cedar chest but the dog had knocked off because he liked the cool feeling of the chest. She had been peeing on my hubbys shoes last year because she had a grudge against him lol.
In every case where I made the mistake of letting my neutered cats (which do not spray!) play with the “hillbilly” cats next door (which DO spray, as they are not neutered, nor properly taken to vets ,nor properly parented), the territory-marking foul spray has been effectively neutralized by the RESOLVE foam, using it just like directed on the can.. Ergo, please advise your readers that they DO NOT have to use six different chemicals to effectively neutralize cat pee or cat territory-marking spray…including the so-called need to add anything to the laundry soap when washing cat-sprayed bedcovers or clothing, or towels, etc., in order to get rid of cat pee smells. Been there, done that, too!
Instead of purchasing expenses products, save your money and make yourself up a solution of rug cleaner in a spray bottle consisting of white vinegar and water (equal parts), dish washing liquid (a few drops). Have on hand hydrogen peroxide 3% – you can put on full strength as it’s already diluted. And some baking baking soda for later. You can also use SHOUT and Spray N Wash from your laundry room.