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Popular stain removal products often have lengthy labels telling about how they use “enzymes” to digest and break down stains and odors on a molecular level. It sounds mighty fancy, but with a little time and patience you can easily make your own.
That’s the truth. After a year of fighting cat urine with the aforementioned ammunition, I surrendered and chose to replace the carpet and pad. If you choose this option, here’s the steps you need to take:
Kent, despite your rudeness, I decided to approve your comment. The idea here is, after all, to help people. If you don’t like my remedy, don’t use it. If you think it’s too complicated, then you’re simply too lazy. As for the abundance of chemicals, I ask you to read the back of your can of Resolve. Do that, then we can talk about chemicals. Finally, as for the “so-called” need to add things to the laundry, I only suggest the addition of apple cider vinegar, which I have done numerous times with great results. It’s simple, it’s cheap, it’s a natural disinfectant. Why wouldn’t you use it? I wish I could say I was sorry to hear about your cat problem, but in all honesty, I think you deserve it.
There is one flaw, however, which is that the same citrus smell that discourages your pets from reusing the area is created by orange oil. This is terrible for any kind of hardwood flooring and it’s not worth the risk as it can strip the finish.
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]
I have a dog door in my house. Although my dogs use it regularly, one of my dogs is afraid to go out when it is raining heavily, and has peed on the carpet a few times at night without my knowledge. I didn’t know about it until it had dried. Please don’t judge. Nobody wants their pet to pee in the house. It’s so frustrating and embarrassing.
Close off the affected area. Once you have cleaned the soiled area and are giving it time to dry, close off the area to prevent your cat from having access to it. This will give you time to be sure that the stain and its odor have been eliminated. Then you can open the area again.
Add 4 tablespoons of baking soda to your water and vinegar mixture. Baking soda naturally removes and absorbs odor. It also provides deep cleaning for stains that are set within the carpet, fabrics, furniture or bedding. The baking soda may help to brighten the carpet, removing the sight of the urine, feces or blood stains.
3) You might be treating a surface stain, but this does nothing to clean the padding. That’s where the odor comes from. That’s where bacteria grows. You have to kill what’s in the padding to make the carpet clean and to stop it from smelling.
Add 2 cups of white vinegar to the spray bottle. The white vinegar will soak into the spot, break down the stain and even remove the oldest, toughest stains, including urine and blood stains. The white vinegar also kills odor causing bacteria, which will leave your carpet and other areas of your home free from urine and feces bacteria. The strong scent of the vinegar will assist in removing the odor in combination with the other ingredients.
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.
We have had our dog for 6 months now and have had trouble toilet training him. Our house stinks of urine. We had it professionally cleaned, but it still stinks. It obviously has gone right through to the underlay. What can we do?
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.
Jennifer, thank you so much for the encouragement!! I’m sorry about your cat : ( I had a cat pass away a couple years ago and I STILL have dreams about her, I miss that silly girl. I currently have a calico named Meredith and she’s a little hellion but she’s precious. Good luck on your kitten search!
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@Johnny Our vet said that incontinence would occur in little dribbles as opposed to her squatting and peeing a bladder full, which is what’s happening. Anyhow, you may want to post your comment as an answer. Thanks! – glenviewjeff Mar 17 ’14 at 3:10
Use the baking soda and vinegar method. Spray the area with vinegar, then sprinkle on enough baking soda to thinly coat the area of the stain. Cover the stain with a towel for 24 hours, then wash the area thoroughly with cold water. This mixture should absorb the stain and cleanse the area thoroughly, and cheaply.
You go to the pantry to get a fresh roll of paper towels and are relieved that they are the extra absorbent and the super strong type with the beefy guy on the package. Ripping open the package you assault the offensive sausage or mop up the little ocean of urine. After cleaning up the land mines or your yellow river you mount an assault on the odor using a bazooka size air freshener, you fumigate the entire room.
Now that my 15 year old queen is satisfied with her restroom, I am now left to attack the cat pee smell. Putting Febreeze on a cat pee spot is like putting a cute SuperMan band aid on an 8 inch deep gash; it’s super adorable but we all know I am going to pass out from the blood loss. Attacking cat pee is serious business and requires hours of work, determination, and money. Did I state how I will never own a cat again?
Mix a solution of a hydrogen peroxide and dish detergent. Take about a half cup of peroxide and mix it with a spoonful of dish detergent. If using on a light-colored carpet, be sure to use a colorless dish detergent.
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?
I have been removing pet urine and human urine professionally for 27 years with industrial strength hydrogen peroxide. we use 30% H202. you can buy 20 volume or 40 volume clear developer from a beauty supply co. this is peroxide used in bleaching hair. or buy strong peroxide from a pool store. only use on synthetic fibers, saturate carpet and pad, let dry 24 hrs. do not touch with skin til dry, shoes ok. keep pets off spot til dry. if you touch chemical wash immediately, rinse eyes for 15 minutes if contaminated, skin turns white and burns for 15 minutes after washing. the oxygen radicals will neutralize the urea, the odor,and kill the bacteria. it does not need to be rinsed. also works on red wine, blood, coffee, and mold. this is a trade secret. use enough strong peroxide it works every time.
I took in two street cats in 2006. They are excellent in grooming themselves and didn’t need any litter box training. One of the cats has a poop smell on his scruff while the other does not. I thought it may have been a temporary thing, but it is still very much there. Is there a natural way I can get rid of this odor, especially since it is directly located on cat’s scruff area? Thanks!
I have made a mix using peroxide and using a squeezy bottle have used the solution by pouring it in where each slat meets the other. I now have a lovely clean floor, lighter than the rest in parts but who cares!!
Angela, yeesh. I don’t really know what to tell you. Unfortunately I’m not any sort of animal behaviorist. I think, before doing anything drastic, I’d try to find someone who might be able to take the new kitten. Get him out of the house and see if that helps with the behavioral issues the other cat is displaying. Is there a humane society or any other type pet rescue organization around you? If they can’t take the kitten, they might at least be able to point you towards someone who could.
Someone please help! We moved into our house at the end of November and we have 1 cat. The previous owners had cats over the years, as well. We noticed that anytime the basement got damp (our sewer backed up in winter and now with springtime thaw and rain~basement leaks a little bit) that the smell of cat urine was overwhelming. Under our stairs was a space that was semi-boarded up, so I took the boards down and found about 50+ piles of cat poop that was certainly OLD and white, as well as lots of dirt (?), rotted wood, etc…bought a black light and yes, it is all cat urine under there too. I then scanned the entire basement and there is cat pee EVERYWHERE!!! I don’t know what to do or where to start, since this is not a small, localized area. Call a haz-mat team? I know professional services can be expensive. Please help!! Oh, and the walls are old fieldstone and the floor is rough and bumpy cement. Thanks in advance!
I have a cat and his litterbox gets a little smelly. This eliminates the smell instantly! Its like a miracle. It also works well for “the wet dog smell” that will linger around the house when my dogs get wet and lay on the couch. This works really well. Over spraying it can be overwhelming though.