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10 Tips for Cleaning Cat Urine | Animal Planet
This chemical reaction is how baking soda deodorizes cat urine and many other smells. Any odor that baking soda itself may give off is inoffensive to cats and using it around the litter box won’t discourage them from using the box. To help hold down odors around your kitty’s litter box, every time you change the litter, sprinkle some baking soda on the bottom of the litter box before you add fresh litter.
How to Remove Cat Urine Smell (with Pictures) - wikiHow
This is a basic mixture to help remove and deodorize cat urine and you'll have to decide if you want to add the hydrogen peroxide because it does tend to bleach things. So don't use the mixture with peroxide on color fast fabrics and carpets.
Cat urine odor is more difficult to remove from carpets
Pour undiluted white vinegar into a spray bottle. Mist the tiles and grout with the vinegar. Rub with a damp cloth. Vinegar is an all-natural cleaner and deodorizer that neutralizes the cat urine and removes the odor.This is why it is absolutely essential to use a cleaner that can break down the uric acid. Soap, vinegar, baking soda, ammonia, chlorine, and hydrogen peroxide (to name the most common cleaners) simply are not chemically capable of breaking down the uric acid in cat pee. These cleaners and deodorizers only temporarily make the smell go away and appear to work because they do clean up the other components of the cat urine. But when exposed to humidity, the uric acid salts cause the uric acid crystals to reform. This process releases the smell again; not always at levels detectable to the human nose, but the cats’ more sensitive noses can smell it. And the scent of their urine outside of the litter box encourages many cats to continue urinating outside of the box, often with their families left scratching their heads wondering why.Black lights are unique in their ability to detect urine, blood, sweat, and other gross bodily fluids that contain fluorescent molecules. Pick one up at most any store – pet store, hardware store, discount department store. Wait until nighttime, turn out all your lights except for the black light, and mark the spots with something heavy (rocks work well) that your cat won’t disturb. Then get to deodorizing so whatever product you choose can work overnight.I had this this terrible cat that constantly would mark his territory. He sprayed urine on the cushion of the sofa. I used a combination of carpet deodorizer (powder) for pets and baking soda, and let it sit there for about a week, and then vacuumed, and then reapplied it, waited and vacuumed again. By the third time I couldn't smell it at all. (10/02/2008)