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Cat Urine Odor Remover Recipe You Can Try At Home

Donít you just hate it when your cat commits an accident on your carpet? Not only is it hard to clean, the smell does not seem to leave the carpet. The problem with this is that it leaves your home stinking like cat urine which can affect not only you but also your visitors. And since your cat has left his mark, he will most likely pee on the same area again which will further aggravate the problem. While there are commercial odor removers that can remove the said odor, regularly purchasing them can hurt your family budget. With this, donít you wish that there is a solution that can remove the odor of cat urine without the expense?

Well, here is a cat urine odor remover recipe that you can make at home. The best part is that it can be used not only on your carpet but also on other areas like shoes, mattresses, sofas and futons. Also, it is free. So you will not see the same sales pitches that other articles constantly throw at you. In this article, you will simply learn how to remove cat urine odor in the cheapest way possible.

Ingredients

Here are the ingredients that you will need. You will need baking soda, vinegar, dishwashing detergent and 3% hydrogen peroxide. Notice that these materials are readily available at home or your local store and they are very cheap.

These materials work because the vinegar neutralizes the ammonia contained in the urine. It is backed up by the hydrogen peroxide that kills the bacteria. The dishwashing detergent also acts in cleaning the carpet further while the baking soda absorbs all the moisture and smell. The key here is really the baking soda which you can vacuum after you have done the treatment.

The Process

The first step is to absorb the cat urine with paper towels. Try to absorb as much as you can and keep on putting some paper towels until the urine is completely absorbed.

After absorbing, create a solution of 50% vinegar and 50% water. Wet the area then blot it with paper towels. You can use a wet/dry vacuum to completely remove the moisture.

After that, you can apply a handful of baking soda along with a cup of hydrogen peroxide and a teaspoon of dishwashing detergent on the area. Use a brush so it penetrates deep within the fibers. Wait for it to dry.

Once the solution is dry, take out your vacuum cleaner and vacuum the baking soda up. It should have now absorbed the odor on the affected area.

As you can see, it is very easy to create your own cat urine odor remover at home. All you need is a few simple ingredients and you can remove that cat urine problem forever. However, it may be best to also potty train your cat. That way, you do not need to worry every time they need to pee. If you cannot do it, hire a trainer. It will save you headaches and efforts of constantly cleaning their pee after them.
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