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Cat Urine Odor Removers

May 28, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

cat urine odor removers
How do I get rid of the smell of cat urine on carpet?

I have 5 cats and over the last 6 months, some of them began to urinate and defecate on the carpet. How do I get rid of the smell of urine and prevent them from going on the same places? I tried baking soda, carpet deodorizers, Resolve, and multiple to remove cat urine, but in vain. Help! I'm the point of getting rid of cats before getting rid of me. I found something on a website called catfaeries.com. The product is anti Iky Poo and another called Feliway. Has anyone heard of these products? Thank you, I'll try! For Quinn Su W: All cats are fixed.

Use Nature's Miracle Cats advanced to the spraying. It works wonder and will really remove the odor and pheromone quickly. It is a bit expensive ($ 11) but very effective. It can be found at Petco where I bought it and maybe you'll need a powerful UV light to find urine stains and soak the stain with a stream and wait for 5-10 minutes, then wipe with a damp cloth. It works and my cat has stopped going to the same place. Cats like pee in hidden places, such as sofa and cupboards so keep them closed and pillows Stuff under sofa or get rid of the legs. 5 cats is too much and it seems that they have territorial issues that were at perfume with pee. Get rid of some and keep the cats 1-3. Buy more than 2 litterbox or buy 1-2 boxes per cat in the house.

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Odor Removers

May 22, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

odor removers
Knowledge of revenue for homeade deodorant for pets?

Hello, anyone know recipe for homeade odor neutralizers Pet .. Something that I can keep in a spray bottle whenever I need it. Thank you to respond better, ** award **

do you mean for your home, or the animal itself, such as buying a ferret "deodorant"? because If you mean your house, then I'd go with baking soda, or leave a saucer of salt in the room during the night. I use these two methods. But You can dilute the baking soda in hot water in a spray and use it regularly on problem areas, which (like the person above told me that sprays to mask the odor) will absorb deeper into the carpet with baking soda dry, and can be left to dry naturally without problems to dry.

Odor Removal Tips : Homemade Odor Eliminators