What if you have a situation where you can’t do any of that? Several years ago someone put an item soaked in cat pee into our cloth lined book drop. Now every time it’s hot the entire book drop smells like cat pee. I’ve tried things like Febreeze and products that promise to remove urine odors to no avail. Even though the lining can be removed and washed, the county is not willing to do that and I can’t get permission to just do it myself. So what other options are there? Short of me filing a health complaint.
they work to break down the urine and neutralize the odor (source).
Anyone who owns a cat has probably smelled the foul odor of cat urine at some point. The strong, pungent smell can radiate throughout a home and, if not cleaned up properly, can become even stronger over time and create unpleasant fumes similar to ammonia. In addition to the unwelcome odor, cat urine can also leave stains, especially on fabric and carpet. Because it can be difficult to remove, learning how to clean cat urine effectively and quickly is key to keeping your home and furniture fresh and urine-free.
How to Remove Cat Urine Smell (with Pictures) - wikiHow
While the enzymes are working on the stained area you've treated with an enzymatic cleaner, cover it with upside-down plastic carpet runners. The carpet runners will discourage your furry friend away from approaching the treated area. The plastic runners also help to retain moisture in the area, allowing the enzymes to flourish for a longer period of time and remove any residual odors. Remember, these cleaners don't cover up odors, but rather eliminate their source, so you have to treat urine stains directly. A black light can help you to find any urine stains you can smell but can't see. With the lights turned off, shine a black light on smelly areas to locate any hidden stains; the black light causes any organic matter, like urine, to glow brightly when shined upon it.
5 Cat Urine Odor Removal Tips - Petfinder