How To Get Rid Of Cat Urine Smell? This is a question that occurs especially to people who love cats, have such a pet and face the urine and feces in the apartment. The urine smells bad enough and persists long. Usually, cats do not easily get used to sandblasting dumps and inevitably dirty other areas of the house – carpets, flooring, parquet, etc. Also, stress, certain diseases, age, dirty litter or too little can cause cats to urinate in different places in the apartment.
There are some solutions on how to get rid of cat urine smell, easy to apply, but it would be best to look for solutions to prevent odor accumulation in the apartment. Moreover, it has to be said that the urine accumulated in carpets can cause more problems because it penetrates into fibers and causes both an unbearable odor and mold. If the cat urinates on the parquet is also quite bad because it is pathetic, the urine enters the structure of the wood and causes it to rot.
Soda caustic helps eliminate the urine of the cat. Mix it with some water until a pinch is obtained, apply on the area, let it dry thoroughly and then remove it with a rough brush.
Laundry soap is useful in removing stomach and urine odor. Wash the surface that smells with soap and water and rinse thoroughly.
Alcohol can remove the urine odor and at the same time it is not supported by the cat, so she will avoid that place in the future. Likewise, iodine has the same effect, using a solution of 10 drops of iodine per 1 liter of water.
Vinegar is best suited for removing odors. It is diluted slightly with clean water and eventually can be replaced with lemon or lemon juice.
Hydrogen peroxide helps remove odors and disinfect surfaces, but is not suitable for areas covered with varnish.
Liquid detergent for dishwashing helps to clean urine surfaces and remove odor. It blends with white wine vinegar, sodium bicarbonate and hydrogen peroxide to have an even better effect. Absorb the urine with paper, wash the area with a 50% water solution and 50% white wine vinegar, swab the surface with a dry cloth, clean the area with a teaspoon of dishwashing detergent, adding a baking powder Sodium and one hydrogen peroxide. Allow to dry and remove with a rigid brush. Sodium bicarbonate has the effect of removing odor, and vinegar will kill bacteria that make the urine smell very ugly.
Concentrated tea, coffee, lemon or orange flavors have the ability to eliminate the pet unwanted odors.
Remove the place where the cat was urinated with paper to absorb, then wash with a cold water sponge. Remove the second time with a cloth to absorb water and then wash the area with a solution prepared from two glasses of warm water, a spoonful of vinegar or a spoonful of alcohol. This solution helps remove odor.
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