Cat pee removal spray

I recommend a product called SSScat. It is completely safe and harmless. You can usually purchase it on ebay. Clean the cat litter trays daily. Keep Cat Litter trays in a quiet location.

Diabetes in cats can cause increased urination. Your cat may be suffering from Feline Stress. Cats do not like to use the toilet near to where they eat. That’s not surprising neither do we! Try to reinforce positive behavior. Which Breed is right for you? How to Remove Cat Spray.

You love your cat, but occasionally they may spray inside the house to mark their territory or simply urinate outside the litter box by accident. Cat urine has a strong ammonia smell that can be difficult to get rid of. By treating fresh sprays promptly, removing old stains and preventing accidents in the first place, you can eliminate cat spray and make your home smell fresh again. Blot the urine right away. If you see your cat spray in the house or find a wet urine stain, blot the spot with a clean towel immediately. This will soak up as much urine as possible, diminishing the possibility of the pee soaking into your rug or upholstery. Use water and a few drops of soap to dilute the damp spot.

Get a bowl of warm water, and put a few drops of mild soap in it. Use a clean towel to wipe the wet spot with the soapy water, blotting with a dry towel. You can do this a few times until no traces of the original cat spray remain. Sprinkle the spot with baking soda. Sprinkle the damp spot with a few tablespoons of baking soda, which is a natural cleaning agent. Let your baking soda sit on the peed spot overnight. Baking soda is non-toxic and is an ingredient in most kitty liters.

If your cat seems interested in eating the baking soda, however, you can block off the area to keep your cat away. Vacuum the baking soda up. If your cat sprayed the carpet, use a full-size vacuum to clean up the baking soda the next morning. Go over the area as many times as necessary to suck up all the powder, so the area is clean to the touch. If your cat peed a mattress or another upholstered surface, use a handheld vacuum to clean up the baking soda. Even after cleaning up the area, some traces of urine will likely remain.

Use an enzyme-based cleaner to eliminate any remaining traces of spray. Fully saturate the area, and allow the cleaner to air dry. Use water to dilute the urine-stained area. If your cat’s urine stain has set for a long time, you will first need to dilute the stain. Get a bowl of warm water, and use a two clean towels to alternately dampen and blot dry the stained spot. Do this several times to dilute the stain as much as possible.

Remember to only dampen the area. Getting it too wet could cause the stain to spread. You may want to wear rubber gloves for this. Your towels may start to take on some of the odor. However unpleasant, this is what you want, as it indicates you are drawing the stain out of the soiled area. Swap out your towels and continue diluting the stain as much as possible. Once you have diluted the stain as much as possible, use an enzyme neutralizer, such as Nature’s Miracle, Odoban, or Zero Odor. These cleaners break down protein-based molecules in cat urine. After doing a test for colorfastness on a hidden area of your carpet or upholstery, spray the area so that it is completely saturated with the cleaner, and allow it to air-dry. Air drying can take multiple days, so it may be helpful to cover the area with plastic to keep the cleaner in place and away from your cat and other household members.

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