“remove pee stains from bed _best cleaner for pet urine”

Shannon, I’ve used Simple Solution right in the wash. I’d take the comforter to a laundromat and use one of their great big machines. Often times the smaller machines can’t even get the entire comforter wet. They’re just too big. But yeah, I’d use a cup or so of an enzymatic cleaner in addition to your regular detergent and let it dry in the sun.
Why cats choose to do certain things like eat houseplants, destroy fine china, sleep in cardboard boxes and very large shoes, and pee on $90 jeans is beyond human logic. That’s okay, because we don’t need to understand it. All we really need to understand is how to fix it. And clean it. Learn how to do that in this article. And please, if I’ve offended you with my less-than-favorable language towards felines leave a comment.
HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters, by definition, are required to filter at least 99.97% of all airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns, including dust, pollen, and pet dander. However, the size, material, and construction of the HEPA filter media will determine the amount of particulates that will be filtered. If the filtration media is too small, some ultra-fine particles like foul odors and chemical fumes can be missed.
2) Vinegar can direct your pet (cat, dog or rabbit), to pee in the spot where it was used. Don’t believe me? Read the human society’s website. If you put vinegar down, you are just going to have more accidents from your pet going in that spot.
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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: 
4. Boys Bathroom – The stinkiest place in our house is our boys’ bathroom, hands down. It’s the bathroom of choice for all three of my boys and all of the neighborhood kids who spend most of their time hanging out here. It’s definitely well used, and no matter how often it’s cleaned, it always has a lingering “boy smell.”  After the boys cleaned up the bathroom, I sprayed a good amount of Stinkers! on the rugs and shower curtain and gave the entire room a quick spray. The Stinkers! worked SO well at getting rid of the funky bathroom smell that even after a week the room still smells fresh! I’ll be storing my bottle of Stinkers! underneath their bathroom sink from now on so that it’s always handy and convenient! 
We have a Parrot in a cage on a big rubber mat. Carpet side face down on extra carpet for protection of regular carpet. We have two cats and a dog. We suspect the male cat is peeing on the mat by one of the wheels where the birds extra food falls. He has peed in certain areas of the house and on funiture before this due to a UTI. For which he had surgery for. Will any of these solutions help get rid of the ammonia odor like it does for carpeting? Any help will be appreciated.
Several of the dog deodorizers and pet odor eliminators you’ll find at Petco can be used on any surface and work to eliminate foul smells on contact, so you won’t be left stressing over lingering scents. With products for use both in the air and on surfaces, worry over pet odor removal will seem like a thing of the past. From carpets to hardwood floors, you’ll find pet odor eliminators that can successfully clean up marking behavior and accidents in every room. Most pet odor removers not only help simplify clean-ups, but also work to remove deep-set stains and lingering traces of pet pheromones. This will help discourage your dog from returning to the same spot in your home when they gotta go.
Decomposition odors can be caused by many different things from the common spill of a beverage that penetrated too deep for traditional cleaning methods or from bodily fluids such as blood left over from unfortunate events such as trauma or crime scenes.  These odors are not only unpleasant but may provide evidence of health hazards such as bacteria or harmful gases such as H²S more commonly called “sewer gas.” This gas, commonly derived from the decomposition of organic materials and bodily fluids can be toxic at certain levels. Decomposition odors may also indicate the presence of dangerous airborne pathogens.
This stuff removes the smell from anything! My 16-year old son has shoes and feet that smell to the high heavens. We’ve tried everything — including skin prescriptions. I sprinkle this in his shoes — the odor is GONE!! I put it in the pantry to stop dry goods from going rancid. The fridge, garage, son’s room, trash cans……. forget the air fresheners — just get rid of the bad smells. This in your answer — and a whole lot more economical than Fabreeze.
For the bed, you might want to do this in the morning so that you can clean and remake the bed at the end of the day. Follow up by vacuuming all of the baking soda from the bed, carpet and furnishings and returning the bed linens and cushion covers or slipcovers to the furniture.
Our kitten was born August 28, 2015. We brought her home October 9, 2015. Fully litter trained. Until a bit over a week ago she started urinating on my daughters bed. I used cleaners (natures miracle), baking soda and peroxide, essential oil sprays (orange), and she is still urinating on my daughters bed. In addition, she has been to the vet for blood in her urine. We still have not found the cause. She has been on 2 different antibiotics, hopefully we will find out what is going on. The vet said everything is normal except for blood in her urine. Her urine count is good, she is eating, playing, peeing, pooping, drinking, and napping normally. My question is, once I clean the area and get rid of the smell will she stop urinating!!!!! I have had to purchase new linen, mattress cover (plastic), and comforter because I believe she can still “smell” herself. HELP!
Love this stuff and you can’t find it in the stores. I had to order it online. I have 9 cats and 11 exotic animals and it works great! I like using it on my ferret shelves even though it’s for fabric. A little misting on the carpet freshens the room. The smell is not overpowering which is a good thing since I have allergies!
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For more stubborn stains and aromas, there are several green enzymatic cleaners you can find to spray on your carpet or, if you have older stains to tackle, consider renting a carpet-cleaning machine from a local store. Rinse the tank out well before use and don’t use the chemical-heavy cleanser that’s often sold with the rental. Instead, Bond recommends using a natural cleaner or a combination of white vinegar and water.
This stuff really works! Out of all the products I have used, plus the expensive professional cleaning, I have to say, this was awesome. Its easy and inexpensive. I was a little skeptical at first but after reading all the reviews I decided I would try it, and I’m glad I did! I still can’t believe it. It got rid of a couple dried urine spots on my carpet and let me tell you, it smelled horrific. I wanted to throw up. I was so embarrassed! To anyone who is skeptical about this, take it from me. It really works.  But trust me, before you go out and buy every product in the world, try this.
Uric acid is not water-soluble and it bonds tightly to whatever it’s in contact with. It can’t be removed with soap, vinegar, baking soda, or hydrogen peroxide – all of which are commonly recommended for removing cat urine. While these solutions can temporarily remove the smell and even appear to be effective, they ultimately don’t break down the odor-releasing uric acid. As this uric acid lingers, it can continue to release the urine smell for This persistent odor, while not always detectable by the human olfactory sense, may cause your cat to return to the area repeatedly, perpetuating the issue
I just found this article after a Google search and it sounds very helpful, but I don’t know how much this will help me. Will your washing advice work in a front load washer? For instance, when you say add a scoop of OxiClean to your laundry, do I add it where the detergent goes? Or on the clothes themselves before the washer fills up?
Smoke – Odors from the smoke of cigarettes, cigars, house fires, camp fires and other sources can be quickly and permanently removed by Aveho.  So go ahead and light one up right next to those fancy-schmancy curtains in that fancy-schmancy room that never gets used.  No one will ever know. 
Few things are worse than the lingering smell of cat urine. This stubborn problem requires detailed cleaning and a few good habits. Make sure you have the necessary supplies on hand and always be prepared for any surprises your cat has in store for you.
Dealing with tough, smelly contaminants on delicate wool rugs? You need Rug Restorer from Pro’s Choice! This powerful formula is tough on nasty spots, but gentle on wool fibers. Whether you’re dealing with a small spot or a rug that’s been saturated with pet urine, Rug Restorer is your product of choice!
Blot the urine on your carpet with paper towels. Try to remove as much of the urine as possible. This will ultimately make your job easier. Use clean paper towels and apply pressure. Repeat with new paper towels until you are unable to soak up any more urine.[1]
I strongly advise that if you are contemplating the above instructions you stop. There are cleaners that can remove the stains and smell without you having to play laboratory and creating things that can ruin your home. My choice of cleaner for pet stains is Genesis 950. Cleans better then anything I have tried . . . and I have been through a lot of different products. But even if you don’t use that, use anything . . . just don’t do the vinegar/baking soda thing.
Hi Eric! I just discovered your website and was reading all the comments. I’ve had indoor cats for many, many years. I 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.
Dom Naish is a Phoenix-based writer, vegan, cupcake addict and dog lover. Years in the animal rescue trenches have taught him every aspect of dog ownership from behavioral problems, personality and breed specific trait differences of all dogs.