Friday, 16 January 2015

How to Remove Cat and Dog Urine Odor from Your Home

Although cat and dog urine odor removal tips are commonplace nowadays, not all of them actually work. You need to be very careful where you get your advice and tips and ensure that you don’t damage your property and waste money, time, and energy in the process. You need to find a way of resolving the problem once and for all which is getting your pet trained. In the meantime though you will have to deal with dirty floors as stained upholstery that often has a permanent stain and odor.

Cat Urine Odor

Most urine removal methods will leave you frustrated as they do not produce the desired results. If anything, most of these methods will actually make a bad situation worse in a number of ways. Often enough, your pet will come back to the same spot and spoil it again as soon as you get done. And most of the cases the failures are not due to the fact that the solution does not work, but that it has been applied in a wrong situation. It is very simple, for instance, what works for the carpet will not necessarily work on your upholstery.

What to Do

The first thing that you need to remember when dealing with at urine is the fact that it contains ammonia, which enables it to give out a strong pungent smell. It therefore follows that using a cleaning agent contain ammonia only works to make the problem worse. Cat urine stains are very resistant and using agents such as a simple detergent just won’t work. You have to use the correct method for the purpose for which it is intended. To remove cat urine from the carpet, one method that might work requires:

• Rubber gloves
• A bowl
• Scrub brush
• Towels
• White vinegar
• Dish detergent
• Baking soda

Dog Urine Odor
First, you need to remove a much cat urine as possible using the towel. Repeat the same process again after rewetting the towel with warm water. You may include a steamer, shampooer, wetvac to make the task easier. Mix a solution comprising 50 parts of vinegar and 50 parts of water and soak the area before leaving it to dry. You can accelerate the process by employing a fan. Cover the entire area with baking soda and then take water mixed with regular dish detergent to cover the baking soda.

Use your hands or towel to work the paste into the carpet before leaving it to dry. After that you can simply vacuum the powder that results and repeat the process to get rid of any remaining odors. You can refer to professionals for expert work by searching online for the specialist websites that provide the right products and services.

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