Pet urine’s odor is one of the most pathetic thing, which not only embarrasses you in front of your guests but also causes inconvenience in your daily life.
There are plenty of reasons behind your pet’s bypassing of the litter box and urinate all over the house,
Your cat or dog might be sick, it could be the behavioral issue or it might be a way to protest against a dirty litter box.
It’s a common problem with every other pet owner.
However, I would suggest consulting a veterinarian for finding out the actual reason.
If it’s a behavioral issue you can teach your pet on how to use the litter box.
In the meanwhile if you do find your pet peed on carpet and it’s still wet try placing an old towel over it.
Put your body weight on the towel to blot up excess moisture.
Sometimes the cat or dog’s urine gets dried and the odor doesn’t let one sit in the living room, in such scenario use black light to locate the spot.
Use Vinegar & Baking Soda Spray
Take 2 cups of white distilled vinegar, 2 cups of warm water, 4 tablespoons of baking soda & a spray bottle.
Mix all of these and spray on the dry urinated area of the carpet, let it sit for next 5 minutes.
Gently rub and bolt using and old towel or soft cloth.
For the wet urinated you can only sprinkle baking soda and leave it for next 5 minutes. Now vacuum it and apply the mixture of warm water and vinegar to get rid of the stain.
Use a citrus enzyme cleaner
Fetch 7 tablespoons of brown sugar, 1.5 cups of lemon juice and orange peels, a liter of water and a bottle to pour the mixture of liquid and peels.
Make sure the bottle has a bit wide mouth to pour the peels in it.
Mix brown sugar, orange peels, 1.5 cups of lemon juice and water tightly screw the cap and shake it to make sure that it mixed properly. Leave it for 5 minutes to settle down and then loose up the cap to release the gasses
Use hydrogen peroxide
Mix ¾ cup of hydrogen peroxide with 1 teaspoon of dish washing detergent.
Sprinkle baking soda over the urinated area and then pour the mixed solution over it.
Make sure to try this on a small patch first as this peroxide mixture sometimes discolor the fabric or carpet.
Once applied, leave it for an hour to dry and then vacuum it. However, if you find the stain tough enough repeat the process once more.
Don’t apply detergents with ammonia over the urinated area as it may encourage your pet to pee on the same spot again.
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