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It shouldn’t- the kind you get at the stores is usually 3% dilute. Professional carpet cleaners usually use it at around 10%. Just make sure to always test for color fastness no matter what you decide to try 🙂
Thanks so much for this! One of my cats peed on the carpet and it went unnoticed until the entire downstairs of the house smelled awful. I tried woolite spray which didn’t really work. Then I found your solution and it worked amazingly! Thanks so much!
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.
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.
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Wow. All I can say is, wow! I am amazed at how well this worked. I had given up hope on ever getting the urine smell from a large, expensive wool rug in our living room. It was dreadful no matter how many times we cleaned it, even with an industrial cleaning machine.  I cannot believe how fresh it smells now.  I wish I had found this years ago! Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing!
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[…] puppies will have accidents in the house. The House Life Weekly blog has a great article about Cat Urine Smell Remover Recipe and I’m sure the recipe will work for all kinds of pet urine. In the past I’ve mainly […]
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.
Yes, but you have to let the match burn for a few seconds and then extinguish it without throwing it into the toilet. The smell that permeates the room after you extinguish the match is what will eliminate the odor.
Well, the urine actually seeps right on down through the carpet, the pad, and into the floor sheathing (if you have that) where it stinks for a long time, and where the only remedy is, after the pee dries, to paint it over with a heavy coat of Kiltz or rip up the sheathing and replace it. It also spreads out over the floor slab (if you have that) and remains for a long time. Animals return to spots in your home that you don’t know about and relieve themselves again. The stink reduces your real estate value by $$$$.
I have 2 adult dogs and one just had a litter of 10 puppies, I have had to tear up the carpets in my home 3 times. I have only a center carpet left and now the smell of dog urine is back and I am done throwing out carpet. Please help to rid the smell and maybe some way to deture them from using the same spots all the time
Keep your pet well-groomed. A well groomed pet not only smells good, but looks good, too. Regularly bathe your pet, clip their nails, and brush their teeth. Keeping up with regular grooming can drastically improve the smell of your house, because fur, dirty nails, and even bad breath can make your house stink.
You can also try using a black fluorescent light. These lights will show stains on furniture, walls, or carpet as yellow spots. You can purchase a black light rather inexpensively from pet stores or online.[3]
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!
Hi Eric! I just discovered your website and was reading all the comments. I’ve had indoor cats for many, many years. have probably come close to using every product on the market to get rid of the urine smell in my carpet. I even have a can of “Resolve Pet Expert” carpet cleaner (Kent’s solution to the problem back in February). Yes, Resolve does seem to work at the moment – but it certainly doesn’t last. The white vinegar solution works great as does the hydrogen peroxide/baking soda/dish liquid solution. I really just wanted to say kudos to your response to Kent’s comment back in February 🙂 There was no need for his rudeness so thank you for your response.
Clean furniture. Pet smells love to hide in furniture. Your cat’s special chair may be host to all sorts of irksome smells. The type of furniture will dictate the best cleaning method, but you should always check the care labels before cleaning to make sure the piece isn’t dry clean only. Care labels marked with an S mean don’t clean with water, and X means dry clean only.
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But even for him, that rule wasn’t good enough. Throughout the day he would relieve himself in one litter box, then the other litter box, and then – not finding it suitable to re-use one of the litter boxes – the carpeted corner of my bedroom.
With pets, pee happens, often happens on carpets. But there’s no need to panic. There are several methods of removing dog urine—and the distinctive odor it creates—from carpets without using chemicals that may be harmful to you or your pup.
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My cat peed in the floor register in our hall bathroom and I know this has happened several times and with more than one of our cats. I have thrown everything but the kitchen sink down that register and nothing is helping. I actually think some of the urine has possibly soaked into the exposed wood under the tile, I can’t imagine the steel/tin ductwork would hold on to that smell….it could even be in our furnace?? We want to sell our house and can’t even leave the door open because this bathroom has turned into pee headquarters 🙁 Any suggestions? I’m gonna try the vinegar and baking soda, maybe a paste on the exposed wood/tile area???
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Depending on how long ago it happened, finding the place where your cat urinated can be either obvious or something that demands a little bit more effort. Use your eyes and nose to track down more obvious urine stains. Using a blacklight can help you to identify normally invisible urine deposits – for serious issues with inappropriate urination, a blacklight is an invaluable tool.
The very best way to eliminate cat urine and dog pee odors from your house is by not letting them happen in the first place. Here are five useful tips that will help keep your cat from random accidents:
Carpets or carpet fibers seem to hold on to odors and linger for days. One of the first things you can do (and yes, I’ve mentioned this before) is to open some windows to air out the room and give it a good vacuuming. All little fresh air never hurt anyone and it’s great for battling odors.
The citrus scent is nice and easy on the nose and will also discourage all but the most stubborn pets from reusing the area. We all know the pain of having to repeatedly clean the same area and any kind of discouragement from continuing this process unabated is good for both us and our pets.
Not all enzyme cleaners are equally effective. Good enzyme cleaners are typically a bit more expensive. Cheap ones will work, but need to be reapplied over and over (and probably end up costing as much as the more expensive enzyme cleaners). Enzyme cleaners this author is aware of that work well and reliably include Nok Out, Urine Off, and Anti-Icky Poo.
The market is filled with commercial pet stain removers, deodorizers and air fresheners to help remove urine stains from the carpet. Turn to these products if using vinegar and baking soda fails to remove the urine smell from your home.
Invest in air-purifying houseplants. Certain houseplants are known to clean the air, and they may help to control odors in the house as well. Houseplants you can grow around the house for air-purification include:[15]
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