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Decent product that gets rid of animal urine smell?

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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
My cat did the business on my BEDROOM carpet help! i havent told my mum because she will kill it if she finds out, i have cleaned it up but the smell wont go.
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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banned#1
Are you sure the smell is from the Cat?
#2
My sister told me about bicarbonate of soda. sprinkle it on as soon as possible and leave to soak it up, then hoover it once it's dry. I don't know if this method works on old pee stains.
banned#3
#4
ugh...
#5
Bicarb mixed with vinegar i think :)
#6
baking soda - dampen carpet rub soda in - leave to dry - hoover

if its really soaked in - white vinegar + water - soak - put towels or the like over with pressure - leave for a couple of hours

dont use air freshener or the lijke - your just masking the smell
#7
thanks
#8


Not seen that before, like it :thumbsup:

I need to find out as well, our cat did same thing this morning. And from previous experience with our cat the smell can last for ages :x
[mod][Moderator]#9
try simple solution, can be bought from pet shops/pets at home, works really well on all pet smells, wee, poo, vomit etc
#10
steam cleaner. then some lemon juice so the cat doesnt keep going back to that spot. cats dont like citrus scents. My wifes cat for some reason would ignore her clean litter tra and go behind our other sofa, then after another cleaning of the blooming things mess, i dropped jif lemon juice there and the cat hasnt bothered since.
#11
been mentioned pretty much, sparkling water, a little lemon juice and spirit vinegar
#12


You really really should take the word 'sunny' out of your location - folks might mistake you for someone who exudes sunshine and happiness!

OP, the bicarb suggestions and vinegar, etc are the best.
#13
febreeze.......
#14
when my cat was poorly with a urinary blockage he peed everywhere (not his fault bless him) and i got the smell away by using lots of carpet cleaner and then lots of fabreeze. seems to have done the trick!

p.s the cats fine now, vets bill was £200 though! :x
banned#15
shibi din;8634234
You really really should take the word 'sunny' out of your location - folks might mistake you for someone who exudes sunshine and happiness!

OP, the bicarb suggestions and vinegar, etc are the best.

LOL - simply posting a response to a query that has probably been asked and answered a million times before (like a lot of simple misc queries) :-D
#16
jellybaby22
my cat had a similar thing...twice...never mind the peeing every where...the vets bills nearly made me cry :p


it's horrible isn't it and it happened so quickly! i hope my cat doesn't get it again, was in bits when he had to stay at the vets for 2 days!
#17
they sell a product in tesco that we use cant rember the name its along with all the dogs / cat flee and collers that sorta stuff and its called something like odour remover etc its in a squirty bottle with a yellow-ish label. works a treat spray on (gets rid of smell) then put some basic cleaner ie surface cleaner and give a little scrub to make clean whola take all of 3 mins
#18
I forgot to say to put dry cat food where your cat peed; cats (and most humans?) don't like to eat and toilet in the same place. You could even sprinkle food where your cat might pee, in corners or hidden places etc.
#19
Baby Talc. Worked on a pishy mattress for my son.
#20
My cat died :( .. or someone stole him, havent seen him in days..
#21
Jack-L92
My cat died :( .. or someone stole him, havent seen him in days..


I've seen a lot of police shows, your mum is totally the prime suspect!
banned#22
**** on the carpet in the infected area.

Then it will smell of human urine instead.

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