Urine Spot Removers
The PeeAway! formula recipe was invented to help prevent dogs from urinating where they are not welcome and to deal urine odors. The effective, long lasting formulation works on contact to help neutralize existing odors and provides an invisible shield to the treated areas. Once the “PeeAway!” Formula is applied; your dog will avoid urinating in the protected area.
Don't want to spend your hard earned money on commercial products? Look in your cabinets and use products you already have. Below is a list of what products to use and how.
Pour club soda on the urine spot. Let set for 5 minutes. Take a towel and stand on it to absorb all the liquid. If stain is still there - repeat process until all urine color and smell is removed
Sprinkle corn starch on the area and spray it with water to just dampen it. When dry vacuum up all residue. It is unbelievable how well this draws out the urine and there is no lingering smell.
Mouth wash will remove urine odors. Dilute with two parts water and spray or pour it on the problem area and let it sit for several hours. If you can leave the windows open during this time. Then place a stack of newspapers on top to soak up the excess liquid. Vacuum when you remove the newspapers. The Mouth Wash smell will be gone within a couple of days. I use Listerine!
Wintergreen Scented Rubbing Alcohol:
Get a bottle of wintergreen scented rubbing alcohol from a dollar store. Just splash it on the stained area. You can be pretty heavy-handed if you want. It dries fast and doesn't have to be rinsed. The smell of the wintergreen disappears in a few days. I use this for cat urine as well. It’s the cheapest and most effective fix!
Distilled White Vinegar:
I found that vinegar works extremely well for banishing odors. I wash my dogs bedding with vinegar and they smell super-fresh after laundering. Just pour two cups into the laundry rinse cycle. I wonder if steam cleaning with vinegar will work for your upholstery? It's worth a try and not very expensive.
Another use of Vinegar:
I found it best to create a baking soda and water paste. Rub it into the area and apply distilled white vinegar over it. Blot this up with clean white towels, and repeat it no more than two times. Follow that with a good rinsing of water, blotting up the moisture. It will smell like vinegar for a short time, but the urine smell should not come back
Pet Urine on Carpet:
First, blot up what you can with paper towels. Mix one teaspoon mild dish-washing detergent in one cup warm water, dip a clean towel in the liquid and, working from outside in, dab at stain. Do not overwet. Rinse with fresh water and blot dry. Next, add one-third cup white vinegar with two-thirds cup water and dab on stain. Rinse with water; blot until dry. Once area is totally dry (after at least 24 hours), sprinkle entire carpet with baking soda or rug deodorizer. Vacuum after a few hours.
Sprinkle baking soda on the affected area and leave it to absorb overnight. The next day, vacuum up the first batch of soda, pour another dry batch on the carpet, using a wet cloth, rub the creamy wet mixture into the area. Then rinse the mixture with clean water. Vacuum well when it is dry. My nose could no longer detect the smell. The smell was all gone.
1- 16 oz. bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide, 1 Tablespoon baking soda, 1 Teaspoon white dish detergent. Mix all in a plastic squirt bottle. Saturate the stain and allow to soak in. Do not blot. Do not scrub. Allow to air dry. Vacuum up any residue left by the baking soda. Gentle brushing with a towel or soft brush will help. This does work!
Hope these remedies work for you and your pet. They work well for me and mine.
Happy Urine Free!
Happy Urine Free!