So how DO you clean up cat pee the green way?
We just got two kittens about a week and a half ago. They both use the litter box, but I noticed he doesn't cover up. As I was cleaning today I've noticed cat pee and a lot of different places. I caught him tonight peeing on my daughter's bed, a mink blanket I got in Korea. He is only 7 to 9 weeks old and we got him from the animal shelter. Do you think it's because he's still young and having accidents or could there possibly be something else? Everything else about him is great. Oh, we do have 2 dogs but they are separated by a baby gate so they can see each other but not so much interaction just yet.
Mattresses require the same process as cushion. After applying the enzymatic cleaner, letting it sit and blotting it up, place several layers of clean towels over the area and then make the bed. Swap out the towels each day until the mattress completely dries. To discourage peeing on the spot while the mattress dries, cover the bed with a large plastic sheet or tarp when you’re not using it. DeFeo also suggests keeping a plastic cover over your mattress at all times, particularly if your cat has taken to peeing outside its litter box.
Having to clean up cat pee is never fun, but the worst instances always occur when it’s on carpet. Figuring out effective ways how to get cat pee out of carpet can be tough; it took me years to get a process that actually works down pat. That’s why I decided to write this article: to share my experiences and the techniques that I’ve found have worked for me when trying to get cat pee out of carpet.I have two cats and have for a while, long before I bought a lovely 1920s bungalow. I love them… but the whole joke “this is why you can’t have nice things?” totally applies here. My litterbox is cleaned regularly, I scoop daily, I have no smell issues with the box itself, but I have one cat that sometimes doesn’t get her ass all the way in the box. I had this problem in the past and ended up with a litterbox with a hood, which got rid of 75% of the issue. Except for the hole in the front where they enter the box, so every few weeks we get cat pee on the floor at the entrance to the litterbox.Homemade cat cleaners won’t always work 100 percent on cat pee. If you’re not getting the best results or if kitty seems to be coming back to the same spot, it’s time to try something different. The number one tip for cleaning cat pee is to use a , also called an . The label or ingredients will point out if the cleaner has enzymes in it. Enzymes break down the uric acid in pee and neutralize it. Uric acid is the hardest part of cat urine to clean! Regular cleaners may just temporarily cover up the smell or get rid of other parts of the urine without really affecting the uric acid."Both of our cleaning products: Wee Away Be Gone and Anti Icky Poo are a staple at the homes of countless customers. Both de-stink the house like no other and allows our delighted customers to reclaim their home from cats who aren�t using their boxes. If you don�t remove every trace of cat urine the cat will go back to piddling on the surface you want to be free of urine. We cats use our highly developed sense of smell to seek out where to pee and poop. Anti Icky Poo also has interesting other uses including that it�s a great solution to soak heavily soiled clothing in or it eats up the grease and soap scum down your drains � naturally, environmentally."Right, enough explanation. My house is old, the closet where I keep the litterbox is tiled. Both me and the live-in love work all day and sometimes the cat pee isn’t cleaned up immediately. Tile + cat pee = cat pee smelling closet. So, clean person, how do I get the cat pee smell out of tile? And how can I prevent this in the first place?I have ideas, I do, that I believe will work to remove the cat pee from your suitcase. But I also have some concerns, and I guess I’ll just go ahead and tell you what they are now, because otherwise I’ll spend the entire writing of this answer feeling nervous and upset. My concern is this: If the suitcase has a cardboard liner that helps to give it structure, the thing may be a goner, as cat-pee-soaked cardboard is pretty much unsalvageable. Now, you may not know what materials, precisely, the suitcase is made of, but I feel that the cardboard-lining thing is something I should mention at the onset before moving on to cleaning instructions, in the event that you do know precisely what the suitcase is made of, and want to save yourself time and effort.