“removing pee stains from carpet +remove pet urine from concrete”

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In every second house people have their favorite pet and all of them from time to time cause problems which smell. Usually pets have a tray or they wait patiently when they will go for a walk. It happens quite often that the pet does not want to wait and behaves inappropriately: for some reason pees exactly on our new favorite carpet which we bought just recently or even received as a present from our grandmother. Anyone who was trying to get rid of pee smell and succeeded is getting pissed every time it is happening again. We will investigate best and simplest ways which remove urine properly.
We are trying to remove cat pee smell from a couple of rooms in a house – what would you suggest to use a general cleaner – for tile floors and wiping down furnitures items (that are not cloth or carpet)… Should I spray a solution on the lower part of the walls or if I kilz the walls would that help? My son kept a couple of cats for a family member and they sprayed everywhere – we are gutting the room but have to treat the tile floor and walls and some of the furniture that we want to keep… Thanks so much !
Also in some of the cardboard boxes he & his brother like to play in. Marco doesn’t pee outside litter but Izzy(the demon brother),seems to take pleasure in it. I am in the process of washing beds with your formula. Any thoughts why he pees in his own bed?
Oh and by the way, in case you are one of the many people who walk into a room and ask,”can you smell something?”, when you know your dog or cat has peed but it’s already dried and there is nothing left but the odor – I am going to reveal how you can find the offending area of carpet or upholstery in seconds and get it dealt with, right away!
Whether the lingering smell is from pet accidents, trash, chemicals, smoke, or coming from your sink or garbage disposal, Rainbow International is here to help. By identifying the cause of the odor and determining the conditions in which it exists, the odor can often be removed without a trace.
Have two dogs, when we go out and be gone couple of hrs, they piss and poop on the carpet.It is in the smae spot everytime. I have scrubbed an did evrything to get rid of this smell. How do I keep them from using the bathroom and in the same spot?
[…] puppies will have accidents in the house. The House Life Weekly blog has a great article about Cat Urine Smell Remover Recipe and I’m sure the recipe will work for all kinds of pet urine. In the past I’ve mainly […]
Mix up a vinegar solution. If an enzyme cleaner didn’t completely remove the smell, use a vinegar solution. Combine equal parts of white vinegar and water in a bowl or spray bottle. Saturate or spray the soiled area. Saturate a little bit beyond the soiled area so you can be sure to remove all urine.
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.
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I think I used it within 5 minutes of getting it in my house. I followed the directions, I did it twice because it was so bad I wanted to be sure. It’s been a week now and the smell hasn’t come back. I even got it wet when I used an upholstery cleaner on it tonight and the smell still didn’t creep back up. Seriously, you can’t even tell the cat ever peed on it.
I need some help. One of my cats had peed on the carpet and I didn’t about it until it was almost dried up. I have already done a treatment of white vinegar. Saturated the area and sprinkled baking soda on top of it to absorb. I cleaned it up after the baking soda turned brown, about 24 hours later. Still noticed it smelled of urine and put more baking soda on the area for 24 hours. More brown showed up and vacuumed it up. I took some soap and warm water to scrub the area and laid more baking soda down. I feel like did some of the cleaning half right. Any guidance on what I have done so far would be wonderful. Thank you.
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For concrete and other hard surfaces, you want to make enough of the cat urine remover to completely cover the stain. Pour or spray the solution on and let it soak, soak. Do not mop or wipe up. Let it sit for 24 hours depending on the humidity level, it will usually evaporate during this time. Repeat the treatment once a day for 3-5 days.
Clean old messes thoroughly. Cats are creatures of habit. No matter how many times you say “No! That’s a bad kitty!” your odorous little friend will continue to think it’s ok to utilize the new pee pad until they can no longer smell their own vile urine on that spot.
I just found a black canvas type bag in my closet that has been peed on several times. Put it under a blacklight but not seeing specific stain area. I was thinking to clean this in the sink or a bucket with water and detergent…maybe adding some baking soda or vinegar, but I also have a few enzymatic cleaners (Anti Icky Poo and SCOE 10x). Should I use one of the enzymatic cleaners first, then wash in detergent with vinegar or baking soda? Or skip the cleaner altogether?
If your bed linens and clothing items are machine washable, first rinse the spot a sink with cool water, then add them to the washing machine with detergent and a cup of baking soda or a quarter cup of cider vinegar. If you can still smell the urine after the cycle is complete, add enzyme cleaner to the load (following instructions on the package) and run the cycle again. Remember never to use bleach (when mixed with ammonia and cat urine, it can cause harmful gases). Always air dry linens, as the heat of the dryer may lock in the smell before it’s completely gone. You may need to re-wash one or more times until the scent is completely gone.
If you can’t trust her loose in the home, kennel train her. Doggies don’t soil their den. You can also check her for Urinary Track infection if kennel training works when she is in there and not when she is loose, or take her out more often. Moving her outside is punishment that isn’t appropriate when training is required, or it’s a medical issue. Subjects her to varmints at night, mosquitos spreading heartworm disease, and possibly barking disturbing neighbors. Doggies don’t misbehave without something going on.
To remove cat stains and odors from delicate fabrics, use the same method as you would for washing regular fabrics, but use the “delicate” or “knits” setting instead of a regular setting, as well as a larger load setting to prevent wear and tear of the fabric.
If it isnt a lot of pee, then repeatedly rinsing and drying the area MAY work, as may using something that draws out liquid, such as bicarb of soda or even salt… (so you wash the stain, dab dry, pour on the powder/salt, leave to dry, vacuum off).
Add a one-pound box of baking soda to your regular detergent and wash as usual, air-drying if possible. If you can still see or smell the soiling, wash again with an enzymatic cleaner — these break down pet-waste odors.
Avoid using bleach or any cleaner containing ammonia. Urine contains ammonia and by using an ammonia based cleaner it will only kill the odour for a short time before it makes it worse, causing your pet to return and keep urinating in the same place.
Fresh lemon juice diluted with water (ratio of 1:1) will help to eliminate the smell of dog urine from the furniture and carpet. The mixture is left on the surface for 15 minutes and then wiped with the clean textile or sponge. In order to achieve the desired result you should start cleaning the surface immediately. The worst case is when urine dries. If it is necessary the method can be repeated several times.
Vacuum the soiled area. Vacuuming the soiled area removes both the urine particles and the deodorizer you applied. Extracting wet vacs work the best for this since they saturate the carpet and then vacuum the water back into the vacuum’s tank.[6] In a pinch, you can use your regular vacuum; it just won’t be as effective as the wet vac.
A: According to Coit, damp smells can be removed from clothing by machine washing the items with ? cup of vinegar and ? cup of baking soda. Placing damp-smelling clothing in the freezer for two hours also helps to eliminate odors. Musty smells emitting from the washing machine can be treated by pouring ? cup of pine-scented cleaner into the machine and running it on a full cycle.
Remove the hood. If you use a covered litter box, take the lid off to see if your cat likes it better. Covered litter boxes can make cats feel they don’t have enough escape options. The space inside can also be too short for a cat to do a proper “pee squat.”
Most every day cleaning solutions that we use will get rid of the main onset and effects of pet odor, but generally this will only work for a limited amount of time by overpowering it with a different scent or chemicals, but it is difficult to mask the odor completely. Over time most people find that things will still smell of pet odor, even after they have been cleaned and sprayed with a deodorizer. Air fresheners and aerosols only mask the smell of pet odor for the short term and are not effective at completely ridding the home of the smell.
Potassium permanganate is quite effective against smell of dog urine. It is a product which acts as oxidant as well as provides deodorizing effect. It is recommended to implement this method only on the dark surfaces as potassium permanganate is easily painting the textile or carpet.
Although cats are often driven to spray by hormones, there are other reasons for it. Cats may spray out of stress, anxiety, or frustration with their circumstances, including such conditions as restrictive diets, insufficient playtime or territorial disputes with other cats. If your cat is spraying because of disputes with either other cats in the home or in the neighborhood, it’s important for you to identify and remove the stimuli.  Separate feuding cats in your household and reintroduce them slowly, using food treats to reward and encourage peaceful behavior. To ease anxiety, try a plug-in diffuser that releases a synthetic cat pheromone developed to reassure your cat.
Having a dog and a small house, it can easily get stuffy and doggy smelling in there. Febreeze Pet Odor Eliminator does a great job of lightening up the pet smell in the house and helps keep it fresh. That mixed with my candles are the perfect recipe for a fresh smelling house!
Recommendations for home-made formulas to clean cat urine stains are widely circulated on the Internet, and typically include some combination of vinegar, hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. Of course, many people unfamiliar with the problem of cleaning cat urine stains simply try to clean up cat pee as they would any other stain, only to find out later it didn’t work. In fact, using traditional household cleaners on cat urine actually “sets” the stain. This makes the stain even more difficult to remove with proper enzyme cleaners.