“remove urine from hardwood floors naturally +how to get rid of pet urine smell”

Clean the toilets. Toilets are another household fixture that can house mold, mildew, bacteria, and other stink-sources. Pour 1 cup (235 ml) of vinegar into the bowl. Spray down the outside of the bowl and seat with vinegar as well. Let the vinegar stand for five minutes. Scrub the inside of the bowl with the toilet brush, and wipe the outside of the bowl and the seat with rags or paper towels.[3]
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At this point, I am satisfied I have fought a good battle but I am still wary. I have an oreck orbiter to clean my travertine floors. I bought the attachments for cleaning the carpet and also Oreck Dry Carpet Cleaner. I spray the Rocco and Roxie OxyClean product as a mist on a 6 by 6 foot spot and then sprinkle the dry carpet cleaner all over. A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY. I rub the cleaner into the carpet with my oreck orbiter. Wait 45 minutes to 2 hours and vacuum. The Dry Carpet Cleaner gets out stains but it also gets out all the allergens and cat litter smell. I am not a fan of steam cleaning carpets. I have never had success. The Dry Carpet Cleaner is great for spring cleaning carpets or being completely unhinged by cat pee and needing to verify, the carpet is indeed clean.
A: Under normal circumstances, sewer gas vents outside the home and dissipates into the atmosphere. Plumbing problems sometimes allow the gas to escape in the home, creating an offensive odor. Stopping the odor sometimes requires a few minutes and a pitcher of water. At other times, you might need to call for professional help.
Millions of people all over the world are attached to their pets and wouldn’t change them for the world, though they still remain bothered by the vast array of pet odors and smells that are produced by their pet’s habits. It is an ongoing mission for many people to try and get rid of the constant pet odor that seems to linger, not only in their homes, but in their car and on their clothes as well.
Animal odors can range in severity and causes as well. From skunk spray to urine and feces, these odors can penetrate deep into fabrics, walls, carpet, and subfloors. Animal odors include carrion odors (dead body), such as those caused by an animal that dies in the attic or crawlspace and goes undetected for a long period of time. 
And to get the odor out of your vacuum: Dump a bunch of baking soda on the floor. Vacuum it up. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat probably twice more, then repeat as needed. This is NOT to be done immediately after vacuuming up the offending substance; do this on a random day when you’re vacuuming random stuff and say, “hey, gross, this smells like cat piss.” Obviously do all necessary cleaning and filter replacements FIRST, plus make sure the canister or whatever is empty….but this really works! Doesn’t matter if you use hard ground or carpet.
To distribute the smell throughout the entire house, set up a fan on the opposite side of the room to the incense. This will produce air to blow the smoke throughout the house, but not too much breeze that ashes blow everywhere.
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.
Your recipe for bulk says 1/2 tsp of dish washing liquid. Is this correct? Because it’s less than what a single recipe calls for. We’re using for a whole house. Previous owner had 16 cats :/ and 2 dogs. Thanks for the recipe!
It did help me to remove the urine stains and a smell. However, it was awful chemical odor. I’ve checked on internet regarding the Peroxide toxicity…OMG, the vapor of Peroxide is toxic when inhaled. I tried to dry the mattress with a hair dryer and opened all the windows for a night and a day after to ventilate the room. But, still the smell did not go away completely. I wonder if this method of cleaning the surface is safe at all.
I used a rented carpet cleaner extractor which is way more powerful then the home versions and the Nature’s Miracle posted above, not the gallon type. I really thought it was a lost cause but it worked! 🙂
Odor Destroyer is the most powerful odor eliminator available! Eliminate stinky carpet smells like cat urine quickly and permanently. Originally designed to eliminate nasty urine odors from public restrooms, Odor Destroyer is effective on all types of organic odors including animal feces. And because all of our odor removal products are solvent based, Odor Destroyer is safe for hardwood floors, concrete, and most other types of flooring.
If you catch your cat urinating on your carpet or floor, gently and quickly move him to the litter tray. Don’t punish him as this may increase his stress. Try to reinforce positive behavior. Punishment only causes more stress.
Pro’s Choice OSR XG (Odor and Stain Remover) destroys offensive odors through the natural strength of oxygen and the biological power of odor modifiers. No strong or artificial fragrances are left behind—just clean, fresh-smelling carpet and hard surfaces.
Do you feel like a MONSTER has been peeing in your home? This kit is “Godzilla” sized to help you clean several rooms (a whole house, up to 900 sq. ft.!). Cleans old dry; dog urine, cat urine, human urine stains and odors. NOW YOU’RE ARMED FOR BATTLE!
My dog took a long time to potty train – almost 9 months! I took her to training school, but you could consider bringing a dog trainer into your home to provide individualized attention and training. Also, if you’re not dealing well with chemical carpet cleaners, you could consider a natural-based product. But it’s always recommended to test a carpet cleaning product on an area that’s not visible to make sure it works with your carpet and doesn’t discolor or damage it. Good luck!
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Accidents happen. After all, dogs are only canine. And even the best-behaved cats sometimes think outside the litter box. That’s when it’s up to us, as their true best friends, to have the right product on hand to restore peace, love and carpets. In the case of pet urine and other tough stains and odors, Rocco & Roxie stain & odor eliminator is the one to reach for. Its professional-strength bio-enzymatic formula goes to work at once, releasing active bacteria that feed on ammonia residues left behind in pet urine and other organic materials. So not only does it get out the stain, it eliminates the odor deep down within the carpet at its source-which discourages re-soiling. The result: Stains and odors are completely eliminated, leaving carpets, floors, furniture and other surfaces fresh and your beloved pet. Out of the dog house. Of course, it works on much more than pet urine: any organic stain-vomit, feces, all the gross stuff, whether human or animal-lifts out of rugs, carpets and upholstery easily and completely. And not only is our stain & odor eliminator child, pet, it’s so safe on carpets its earned approval the trusted carpet and rug institute (CRI). Many of our customers tell us this is the most effective stain and odor product they’ve ever used — in fact, we guarantee it! Not just the stain, but the stink. From stinky yellow pet urine and feces to vomit and other organic spills, our professional strength formula tackles them all.
Rosemary, as for who and why, that’s tough. I have two cats and when things happen, it’s usually somewhat of a guessing game. However, one of my cats is considerably more spiteful, and territorial, than the other. So most of the time, even though she’s a lovely animal, it’s a fair bet to point a finger at that one. I mention territorial because it may be possible that she/he was upset about an unwelcome (to the cat, at least) house guest. Has this been a fairly isolated incident? I only ask because if it’s happening frequently, you may be right, and the cat may not be feeling well. One last thing, did the suitcase get urine on it, too? Or did the clothes catch it all?
Then pour on Natures Miracle or The Simple Solution. (commercial products that can be purchased in most pet stores). Here is the trick, you must cover more than double the stained area when you pour on the product to ensure it soaks into the padding. Then walk away and allow to soak in and dry.
I shampoo’d my carpet this week, and I noticed that once it dried (after the room being closed for a day), that it smelled like cat pee after. So I went on a mission and actually got to put SUN to the test. I found the rather large area that smelled like pee, and I started spraying it all over. I immediately noticed that a certain area started getting little white bubbles, almost like it was foaming. I sprayed that area until it was saturated, then poured a good amount of SUN into the center so it could soak into the pad. (See photos) The fact that I can actually SEE it working was impressive, since now I don’t have to go buy a blacklight to find the spot.
Choose a remover with a nice smell that suits both you and kittens. I really like an odor remover that has a mild fragrance, not those fake products that use overly strong smell to cover the odor. I don’t mean all products that have a strong smell are fake but you should be careful when testing them. Fake ones will only fool your nose with a stronger smell but it’ll go away soon.
3. When the area has dried or almost dried sprinkle a handful or two of baking soda over the soiled area. Mix half a cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide with a teaspoon of detergent. Plain liquid dishwashing detergent like Palmolive is quite suitable. Do not use dishwasher detergent like Cascade.  Put on a pair of plastic gloves and slowly pour the hydrogen peroxide and detergent mixture over the baking soda. Work the dissolving baking soda into the carpet with your fingers or with a scrubbing brush. Allow the area to dry completely and then vacuum thoroughly.