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Maria, it might be worth it… Otherwise, if it hasn’t been recarpeted yet, I’d spray the heck out of it with Simple Solution. Just completely saturate it and hope it soaks far enough into the wood to get to the urine. Are there particular areas where it seems the cat/cats liked to go?
If you’re tired of constantly cleaning up after your cat, or you fear that the urine has soaked down to the carpet pad or throughout your hardwood floor, call a professional. Granted, it will cost more, but it is likely to be more effective.
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.
NO PADS. I believe in the old method of potty training their dogs to do their business outside. This should be done with the owner being consistent/persistent to properly train their pet. You have to be firm, not passive in your commands a method that is needed when they are initially trained. Please…no pads! They are not kids! They can tell by your tone whether they can get away with it or not…hence, firm but not passive! Do not be complacent…get up and do it and follow through on their potty training. It is your responsibility. You might also want to keep in mind that if they had another owner in the future, they would want them Properly trained.
If your home has pet odor problems, you’re in for one of the toughest odor removal projects known to man. That doesn’t mean you should give up hope. It just means that depending on the nature of the odor, and the material, this isn’t going to be an easy task.
Ashley, it won’t ruin your clothes- has never ruined mine! They’re pretty gentle cleansers. Once you’ve efficiently removed the ammonia from them (with the vinegar and baking soda) you might even try an extra wash using OxyClean. I love that stuff and it’s never failed to remove nasty odors. I just don’t know that I would mix it with straight cat urine, so that’s why I suggest using it after thoroughly rinsing the items first.
I have a 25 yr old satillo tile with concrete grout floor. I have always had a variety of animals in my home and for some reason this has been the place where the accidents happen. I have tried all kinds of things that appear to work but then the smell comes back. Especially in the damp winter time. I have a 23 yr old macaw that does have some respiratory deficiency in the house so I can’t use anything that will harm him.
We replaced the carpeting in our family room last year and before we installed the new carpet, I doused the concrete floor with enzymatic cleaner. It did a fabulous job on removing the old cat urine smell.
For outdoor use (concrete, sidewalks, outdoor tile and grouting spots): Prior to use, wash outdoor surfaces with water to remove debris and soils. Spray product directly onto area with stubborn urine stain or odor and allow to air dry. DO NOT allow product or rinse water to enter storm drains, lakes, streams or other of water.
ZEP Commercial Pet Stain and Odor Remover are designed to remove stains and odors caused by pets, food, wine, and more. It is tested and approved for a variety of stain-resistant carpets. It leaves a fresh scent.
I put a few scoops in some decorative glass bowl in my living room, next day I could smell a huge difference. Works with animal urine and general funk. I would suggest being a little generous at first then scaling it back down for maintenance.
Eliminates urine scent so your pet will not re-urinate in same area after cleaning! Smells No More™ is the first and only non-scented, stockyard strength deodorizing spray safe enough for everyday use in house training pets, litter box odors, soiled fabrics, etc.
Hi, I was just wondering if you knew any ways to remove the smell of cat urine off something that cannot be easily washed – a laptop for example please ??? I have a new kitten who unfortunately decided to wee on something that was on laptop (to hide laptop from view of people outside) and it soaked through onto laptop (which still works). I have tried anti-bac wiping it (lemon scented) – and still stinks. It didn’t get into the laptop – just onto the surface of the lid.