Getting Rid Of Cat Urine Odor From Carpets
An independent laboratory recently conducted multiple tests of our P.U.R.T. process to determine its effectiveness in treating pet urine odors and stains. In tests against the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine, this study found that P.U.R.T. removes an average of 99.9% of pet urine odors from carpets. To go one step further, the study also tested Chem-Dry’s ability to eliminate the bacteria that can be found in pet urine. When used along with our HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction) cleaning process and a sanitizer, the study found that P.U.R.T. removes an average of 99.2% of the bacteria from pet urine stains in carpets.
I just moved into a loft apartment that a cat lived in and the tenant wasn’t very clean. All vinyl flooring and carpeting has been replaced, portions of drywall were replaced, walls and floors were painted with kilz prior to new flooring and paint. Everything has been cleaned. Yet there is still an odor that to me smells like cat urine. Is there something I can spray into the air of such a large open space (loft) to help remove the smell? I don’t know where the smell could still be coming from, but it’s there. Thank you.
Without a doubt, the most common set of questions that readers ask us all have to do with finding the best way how to get cat pee out of carpet. That’s why I’ve put together this handy guide for removing cat urine stains and odors from the carpet and rugs in your home.Cat pee is a pain – it will stain your carpet, furniture, and walls, cause unpleasant odors to linger around your home, and oftentimes can cause respiratory and other breathing issues – sometimes even serious health problems. That’s why the absolute best way how to get cat pee out of carpet, and keep it out in the future, is to altogether.You can get rid of pet odors using common household items. These quick DIYs tell you how to freshen carpets and furniture with ingredients that are safe to use around cats and dogs. Be sure to test a small spot first. #PetLifeHackPersonally, I’ve found that using an is the most effective way how to get cat pee out of carpet, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only option that you have. There are a number of other DIY alternatives that many cat owners swear by, although I have noticed that they don’t work nearly as well as a strong dose of urine-eating bacteria for permanently removing the stains and odors associate with cat urine.Tip #5: We bought a condo in Houston and "someone" left the door open while the work was being done. Somehow, cats got inside and really did a job on the new carpet before we moved in. While inspecting the unit we discovered the gift they had left us. Not wanting to go through the expense of replacing and possibly not matching new carpet, we had the installer return. He said that it was well known that you could get this and other terrible odors out by using Original Downey fabric softener, mixed half and half with water. I had never heard of it. We paid him to do the job and the odor was gone and stayed gone. We replace with hardwood flooring six years later and it had not returned. I believed he used the mixture in a carpet machine, but the order was gone. I sure hope this helps.Mixing a solution of ½ vinegar and ½ warm water helps to cut the scent of cat urine out of carpet, making it less pungent in the air and also making it less likely that the cat will return to the same spot in the future. Some people aren’t necessarily fans of the smell of vinegar, however, so it’s worth noting that this treatment will likely cause the vinegar odor to linger around for some time.