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Urine from Carpets Free Recipe -
How to clean cat urine odors from
carpet using household products
Cat Urine Smell Removal Solution - Inexpensive
Homemade Urine Smell Removal
How to get rid of Cat
Urine Smells from Carpets.
Cat Urine Odors are
easily removed with the simple recipe below.
Clean Your Carpet of Cat
Urine or Dog Urine smells.
There are no
catches or sales pitches. This recipe to remove cat urine odor is
extremely effective and is completely FREE.
Removal of cat urine
smells from your carpets
is easy and inexpensive using this homemade cat urine removal recipe.
It will clean and deodorize cat urine odors from your carpet or rugs
without purchasing cat urine cleaning products. Below is our FREE cat urine removal home remedy
recipe. All you pay for are the the ingredients, most of which you will
already have in your house. The best news is that the ingredients are
non toxic. You can deodorize and clean cat and pet urine odors
and stains from your carpets and rugs using common household
If the cat has recently urinated on the carpet, first
absorb as much of the cat urine as possible using paper towels. Place
several layers of clean paper towels
over the cat urine area and tread on them so as to absorb as much of the
as possible. Repeat with dry towels until no more moisture can be
If you own a wet/dry vacuum extractor use
that to remove the excess cat urine.
Areas of cat urine that have dried and previously gone
undetected can be found with the aid of a black light. The cat urine
stains will fluoresce under the ultra violet light in a darkened room.
Hand held black lights are quite inexpensive, usually costing between
$15 - $25. To save the expense of a black light you can always use your
nose to detect the source of the odor. Put your nose down close to the
carpet and sniff away.
Step 2. Next,
use a spray bottle to wet the area with a solution of
50% white vinegar and 50% water. Make sure you use enough of the
solution to penetrate the fibers deep down.
After the vinegar treatment dry off the
carpet as much as possible. You can assist drying by blotting with paper
towels as described above.
If you own a wet/dry vacuum extractor use
that to remove excess moisture.
Step 3. Apply a
handful of baking soda over the affected area. Mix a
quarter of a cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide with a teaspoon of liquid
dishwashing detergent and drizzle this solution over the baking soda.
Alternatively you can use a spray bottle for the hydrogen peroxide
(Do not use caustic detergent that you put in a
Work it well into
the carpet with a soft brush or your fingers. Put on a pair of
rubber gloves if you use your fingers.
Allow to dry.
You can assist drying with a heater or a fan.
completely dry vacuum up the dried baking soda. The
baking soda absorbs the odor and urine. Use
a hard bristled brush to loosen up the baking soda if necessary.
That's all there is to
it. It's as simple as that. 1-2-3 cat pee smell gone. It really does
Caution: Do not use Hydrogen Peroxide that is higher than 3% strength
Stronger strengths may bleach a carpet.
you don't have hydrogen peroxide on hand you could substitute it
for a spray laundry stain remover. Check the
bottle. If it says 'Oxy' anywhere on the label then it probably
contains hydrogen peroxide.
Preen, Sard, OxiClean etc.
This recipe is
for one small area of cat urine. For larger areas you will
need to adjust the quantities of ingredients used.
It is highly recommended that you perform
a small spot test in an inconspicuous area before proceeding with the
use Hydrogen Peroxide that is higher in concentrate than
3%. Bleaching may occur on some carpets with a stronger solution.
Read the label on the Hydrogen
Peroxide carefully. The label will state the strength.
(In some countries hydrogen peroxide is measured in volume. Use no higher than
Pet Urine may alter the chemical nature of
dyes in some carpets causing discoloration, bleaching or dye run.
The picture at right shows how
pet urine can bleach colors in some carpets. This carpet has
not been treated with the above recipe. The bleaching
occurred as a result of pet urine.
Please be aware that the above
recipe cannot reverse bleaching which has been caused by pet
When a cat pees on rugs, carpets or
furnishings it can leave a very unpleasant distinctive cat smell that is
hard to get rid of. This urine odor stimulates the cat to urinate in that
area again thus perpetuating the problem. Once you remove the odor
permanently the cat will no longer keep going back to the same spot to
The vinegar will neutralize the ammonia and hydrogen
peroxide is a powerful oxidizer capable of killing bacteria which cause
the urine smells. Baking soda is a well known deodorizer which absorbs
odors. Sprinkle it on your carpet monthly then vacuum up to keep your
carpet smelling fresh all the time.
use ammonia or ammonia-based products on the carpet.
One of the ingredients of urine is ammonia and your cat may well be
encouraged to re-offend in the same area if it detects the smell of
ammonia. Many household cleaner cleaners contain ammonia so be sure to
read the label.
If you wish to keep your cat away from certain areas
that are at risk from your cat's urination such as sofas, beds, rooms
etc then I recommend a product called SSScat. It is a motion activated
spray which delivers a noisy burst of air to frighten your cat away from
an area. It is completely safe and harmless. Watch a
video to see how it works.
Now watch this real life
video of SSScat in action. You can usually purchase it on ebay.
Often a cat will inappropriately urinate because of a medical
condition. If you have problems with a cat not using his litter box please
get him checked by a vet. Examination by your vet for lower urinary tract
necessary to rule out medical conditions which could be causing the
inappropriate urination problem. For example a painful case of cystitis or
urethral blockage may have your cat associating the pain of urination with
it's litter tray and it will therefore avoid it's litter tray.
Read more about Cystitis in Cats
Sadly, feline spraying and inappropriate urination problems
are among the most common reasons for pet cats to be euthanised and
surrendered to cat shelters
The problem with cat urine soiling on carpets and other
porous furnishings is that it is not always detected until it begins to
smell. When the cat first urinates it has very little smell but as time goes
by and the urine begins to decompose the odor becomes very unpleasant.
Cats do not like to use the toilet near to where they eat.
That's not surprising... neither do we! Move litter boxes away from feeding
areas or where their water is placed.
If your cat pees in your potted plant you can deter them by
placing some pine cones on top of the soil. Commercial cat repellants are
also available. Here are some home remedy tips to try to
Stop Cat Peeing in Potted Plants
If you catch your cat urinating on your carpet or floor,
gently and quickly move him to the litter tray. Don't punish him as this may
increase his stress. Try to reinforce positive behavior. Punishment only
causes more stress.
Neuter or spay kittens at an early age to reduce urine
and Topics Addressed:
Pet Urine Removal
Get rid of cat urine odors
Handy Hints to remove cat urine smells
How to remove cat urine using a home remedy recipe
How to remove cat urine from carpet
Getting cat urine stains out of carpet
What to use to clean cat urine from carpet