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Few things are worse than walking into a home and smelling the litter box. It’s the last thing you want to deal with at the end of a long day at work, and it can be an embarrassing way to greet guests! For our feline-loving customers, the OdorKlenz Pet Litter Additive has been shown to significantly improved the litter routine with no additional work. Just add it to the box and enjoy complete peace of mind that your cat has a comfortable place to do her business and that the rest of the home will remain odor free!
For odors in your refrigerator, it may be as simple as going through the contents and removing old and smelly foods. That being said – if the old or expired food items or spills haven’t been cleaned up and have been in the fridge for a long period of time – you may need to take everything out and give it a good cleaning.
Remove mold from hard surfaces. Mold has a particular smell that can permeate your entire home. It’s important for your health and the smell of your home to deal with any mold problems, such as in the shower, on tiles, in sinks, or in other damp areas of the house. To kill mold:[4]
A: To neutralize the smell of bleach, scrub the affected area with a mixture of white vinegar and lemon juice, then rinse with cool water and dry the area with a towel. This procedure takes about 10 minutes and requires lemons, vinegar, a knife, a bowl, a spoon, a sponge, liquid dish soap, cool water and a towel.
Nature’s Miracle is one of the most popular pet cleaning products out there. The advanced formula attacks set-in pet stains, removes pet pheromones, and destroys odors on contact to prevent re-soiling. Best of all, you can use it on any surface.
I did my movie theater in black because it was the only black I could find. I found out very quickly that almost any kind of stain can be scrubbed out and since it has a rubber backing the stain doesn’t soak through. There is no padding, just rubber on the back of the carpet. Double sided tape holds it down and installation is really easy. The weiner dog took to using my theater as a bathroom, and I didn’t realize it for over a week. Needless to say I was very angry. It came right up and never smelled again. 6 years of slumber parties with kids, me drinking too much, and being used as a base of construction when I was tearing out the bathroom didn’t even phase the carpet. My wife even spilled a 5 gallon bucket of red paint on it once and then tried to be helpful by drying it up while I was at work. That came up too.
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I had a cat that started ‘marking’ his territory on a couple of areas of carpet. After shampooing the areas several times with a product specifically made for pet odors… the smell lingered. I was intrigued by the many positive reviews of Odorzout, I decided to give it a try. WOW… I am hooked. What a wonderful product!!! A HUGE plus is that it is natural. Thank you.
Eew, that smell is right! I’ve had a few stains in some rugs around the house which I’ve tried everything to get the smell out. The rugs are way to big to put in the washer and didn’t want to go through the hassle (or cost) of getting it professionally cleaned so I tried the Sunny & Honey spray and it truly is a miracle, well worth every penny for any other frustrated dog parents who are neat freaks like me!
In particular, the thing you need to deal with – aside from hiding the smell from your nose, is hiding the smell from the dog’s nose. Some detergents react, and will hide it from you but the dog will still know it’s there, and may use that spot again.
Do not use in a spray applicator on carpets, upholstery or similar surfaces. WHY? Because urine is a hot liquid that leaves your pet at over 100 degrees, and quickly spreads UNDERNEATH carpet and INTO upholstery. If you spray the surface, STINK FREE Instantly will NOT sufficiently reach and neutralize deep contamination. However, it is okay to spray HARD surfaces with STINK FREE Instantly Urine Odor Remover. Just be sure the STINK FREE product reaches deep into cracks and crevices, just as the urine would have soaked in. Directions: IMPORTANT! Check material for color fastness before applying (Do not use if material is not color-fast). COMPLETELY saturate the ENTIRE contaminated area and let dry.** DONE! **IMPORTANT! For thick materials, such as carpets, saturate an area wider than the surface stain. Urine is absorbed both horizontally and vertically, in a pyramid-like pattern, which makes the contaminated area below the surface larger than the surface stain.Works for All Urine Odor. Guaranteed to outperform every other urine odor remover or your money back! Made in the USA.
After applying vinegar to the pee spots and sucking it up with a wet vac…the spots where vinegar was applied shine bright yellow under black light. Does that mean the vinegar created a worse problem? Or that the pee is still there? Any ideas?
I hope that you have found this article useful and now know how to remove the odor of dog urine from your carpets and eliminate the evidence of those little accidents that are bound to happen from time to time! I use only ingredients from my store cupboard and have never found it necessary to use hydrogen peroxide.
My cat has sprayed up against the glass window on my gas fire. I have had it pulled apart and thoroughly cleaned and I can still smell the burnt cat pee every time I light it. I have no idea how the glass can have absorbed the smell, I can only assume it has dribbled down into the vents. I have tried spraying aromatherapy oils and Odour remover in the same place as the cat peed in the hopes it would get into the vents as well but no luck… Any ideas? It is winter here in New Zealand and getting cold, but lighting the fire is making me sick! 🙁
Let this sit while you go get some paper towels or a cleaning rag to blot up the liquid. When you’ve finished blotting up as much as will come up, cover with a towel until dry or dry enough to tell whether or not you’ll need to repeat these steps again.
I completely forgot that you can use a UV light to find stains in the carpet. My husband and I have noticed that our living room smells like our dog, so we are working on getting it cleaned up. I could use the light to spot clean, but I think it would be better to shampoo the entire room. Thanks for your advice about what products to try! http://www.prosteamplus.ca/cleaning_services.html
I am so thankful that I found this site. I have 2, 11 year old kitties, both are fixed and have medical issues. My male cat has a urinary tract disorder and requires special food and lots of water. He is the perfect kitty, loves his litter box. My female has an inoperable stomach tumor and has decided that she no longer wants to pee in the litter box. Instead she has several places in my bedroom and bathroom that she rather use. I have tried vinegar w/ water and followed that with baking soda, she goes right on top of all of it. The tile and sheetrock in the bathroom are horrible. I have tried all the natural ways of cleaning them with no avail in deterring her. I’m not sure I know what an enzyme cleaner is but really need help with this. The Vet said they don’t make kitty diapers when I asked, I am willing to try anything.
We have an apartment also and I’ve wondered about what they’re going to do with this carpet when we move out, because our pet deposit is too small to be enough to replace all the carpet… BUT we do use baking soda/vinegar mixture on it to clean then vinegar sprayed on top out of a spray bottle. Seems to work well, and she doesn’t go to the same spots every time, it seems pretty random.
The sinks in our homes get used many times throughout the day. It’s not a wonder you might occasionally catch a whiff of something stinky now and then. With body oils, hair, toothpaste, soaps, etc. going down the drain – yeah, it can stink. Here are a couple of things that can cause odors and how you can clean them.
Really helpful! The light sounds especially useful, as I have mostly black and other dark fabrics. Accidents are hard to spot! Our dog doesn’t actually pee in the floor, he is just one of those dogs that sprinkles when he is happy (and excited, scared, upset, sleeping, etc!)
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. 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.
This morning I had the carpet up and discovered it went under the boarding on the side of the bath in both corners and under one end of the duck board that we use on getting out of the bath. I used the dilute baking soda, straight away on the duck board (I know how good that is from having small children throw up in the car!!) removed the carpet – it’s now waiting to go to the tip, washed the cement floor underneath with the same mixture, until the shops were open and I could get out to get the ingredients for a spray. Here’s hoping it works, I think the enzyme action of the mixture should do the trick, the science makes sense!! Fingers crossed.
This product claims to eliminate both new and old stains and odors with its natural enzyme formula. It is said to work on stains like urine, feces, and vomit. This odor eliminator from Sunny & Honey prevents pets from returning to the same spot more than once. It can also work on pet bedding, litter boxes, crates, cages, and in cars.
Step 2: Pour 4-6 oz of warm water on the stain. Extract or absorb this water from the carpeting (repeat 3 times). This dilutes the urine and helps the “good” bacteria in the best pet odor eliminator product to quickly eat away at the “bad” bacteria.
Hey, this may be a bit late for the one commenter talking about pee soaked plywood subflooring but maybe it can help someone else in the future. After treating plywood with vinegar, bleach, whatever else, let it dry thoroughly and then use Killz primer on it. Do a couple of coats. This will seal the plywood and hel prevent any residual urine smell from coming up through new carpeting.
What if you have a situation where you can’t do any of that? Several years ago someone put an item soaked in cat pee into our cloth lined book drop. Now every time it’s hot the entire book drop smells like cat pee. I’ve tried things like Febreeze and products that promise to remove urine odors to no avail. Even though the lining can be removed and washed, the county is not willing to do that and I can’t get permission to just do it myself. So what other options are there? Short of me filing a health complaint.