Removing pet urine and its after effects can be a frustrating and difficult task. The following are a number of ways that you can not only remove the pet urine and the smells and stains associated with it, but also, these tips will help you determine what is the main source of the pet urine’s lingering odor.
Many experts and veterinarians agree that one of the best ways of eliminating pet urine and its leftovers is the use of enzyme neutralizers. These can be purchased from major chain pet stores as well as small local pet shops, and at times the supermarket. Enzyme neutralizers interact with the enzymes found in pet urine, thus canceling out the stains and odors associated with pet urine.
Another great way of dealing with pet urine is the use of color safe bleach. If your pet has soiled several spots in your home, or if you recently moved into a house or apartment that once housed a pet that has left pet urine stains and smells behind, color safe bleach can be a quick, easy, and inexpensive solution. Secure the room you are treating and block entrances so your dog cannot enter. Then liberally apply color safe bleach to any areas of flooring, carpet, or furniture that require cleaning. Allow the bleach to soak in, cover with paper towels, and replace the paper towels every half hour until the bleach dries. This should all but eliminate traces of the pet urine.
Yet another quick and affordable method for treating pet urine stains is the use of a baking soda based solution. Create a mixture that is one half baking soda and one half corn starch. Next, add ten to fifteen drops of scented oil or fragrance to the mixture. Liberally apply the solution to the area affected by pet urine, allow it to dry, and in less than a day your surfaces should be stain free and smelling like your favorite scented oil.
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