Don't panic – you can actually get rid of cat pee odor very quickly.
• From Stacey
I have a "." It's a kind of oil lamp with a catalytic converter. It clears rooms of odor - you can use a scented oil or non-scented. I've found it good for getting rid of lingering smells (cigarette smoke, cooking) though never had to deal w/cat pee. Anyway, they're a bit pricey and you have to buy the oil, but they do work.
I have done this to eliminate odor and just bought new carpet. Now I’m wondering if my cats will continue to pee on it or if they will stop now they don’t smell it any more. $2,000 in I don’t want them to do it to the new carpet. I don’t know which one if doing it but I would be heart broken if i have to get rid of them. any ideas if they will continue?
This is a guide about getting rid of cat urine odors outside. Outdoor cats can create quite an odor near your home, as they revisit their chosen pee spot.Pet store companies have entire aisles devoted to stain and odor eliminators, and it is a big business. Desperate pet owners, not to mention apartment renters who want to get their security deposit back, spend huge amounts every year trying to get rid of stains and that musky, acrid smell of cat urine that fills a room and does not go away. Time, in fact, makes most cat pee smells worse.How to get rid of cat urine smell is one of the biggest questions cat owners have when it comes to dealing with bad behavior. The problem is, you may have already “fixed” the cause of the issue, i.e. you’ve stopped your cat from urinating or the offending feline is no longer there, but the effects still linger (cat urine smell) on things like carpet, rugs, furniture, clothing and worse, in the air. Cleaning cat urine odor from your home can be easy or difficult, all depending on how many places it exists and also how many other smells around the home are present to help mask the cat pee odor. Whatever the case may be, if you have cat urine smell, you need to get rid of it. Besides being annoying and unpleasant, this potent smell can be extremely bothersome to overly sensitive people and can be a big turn off to visitors, other pets and, of course, prospective buyers if you’re selling your home. In this article, let’s take a look at some of the most common methods people have used for cat urine odor removal and how well they do at resolving the problem for you and your nose!But cleaning cat urine involves a lot more than blotting the puddle with a paper towel. To get rid of any trace of cat pee, you need to be thorough and follow some important steps. Here’s how to get rid of cat urine odor and stains once and for all.
When your cat takes to urinating outside the litter box, the smell can be difficult to get rid of and nearly impossible to mask. Whether the cat pees on a carpet, a piece of furniture, bed linens, or your clothes, it’s important to neutralize the odor both to avoid embarrassment and to prevent the cat from becoming a repeat offender, as they’ll often return to a spot where they have previously urinated if the odor is not eliminated. Consider this your ultimate guide to eliminating cat urine smells from your home and determining why your cat may be urinating outside of his or her litter box.I just moved into a new apartment, and my new roommate unfortunately bought a new couch about 3 months before we moved in together. Her old roommate had a cat that pee'd on it a few times, she thought she cleaned it. However ,we all know that cat urine smells do not come out. Unfortunately, the smells are unbearable in our new home, it is so horrible we don't even want to have company over. We have tried deep cleaning them with a machine, spraying unknown amounts of Febreeze on them, nothing seems to work. A day later, the smell is back.Can someone please give me some advice on how to get rid of this smell since throwing out the couches isn't exactly an option she is willing to make, as she is still paying for them. And she did purchase the 'Scotchguard' warranty, I don't suggest it to people who are looking for pet protection, as they only cover VISIBLE stains not odors. Thanking you in advance.Rebecca from ConnecticutTry Nature's Miracle pet spray that is available from pet stores or Petsmart. It contains enzymes that break the urine down and is used to get rid of pee spots so your animals don't pee on the same spot again. Safe for fabrics, carpets and floors. (06/03/2007)