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Title: Cat Urine & Odor Remover


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  • CAT URINE ODOR REMOVER

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WHAT IS CAT URINE ODOR REMOVER
  • Cat Urine Odor Remover is scientifically
    formulated to eliminate tough cat odors and
    stains. Unique Pro-Bacteria and enzyme
    combination break down the proteins in urine,
    completely eliminating stains and odors. Stains
    and odors are not just covered up, they are
    removed permanently. Use on carpet, upholstery
    and any other water safe surface.

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USES OF CAT URINE REMOVER
  • When your cat takes to urinating outside the
    litter box, the smell can be difficult to get rid
    of and nearly impossible to mask. Whether the cat
    pees on a carpet, a piece of furniture, bed
    linens, or your clothes, its important to
    neutralize the odor both to avoid embarrassment
    and to prevent the cat from becoming a repeat
    offender, as theyll often return to a spot where
    they have previously urinated if the odor is not
    eliminated.

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CAT PEE STINKS
  • Cat urine is not all that different from other
    animals urine, but what gives cat urine such a
    bad smell is that the urine is usually left
    unnoticed until it becomes a problem. Cats have a
    propensity to mark their territory outside the
    litter box, be it on the carpet or in hidden
    corners. After a while, the bacterium in the
    urine decomposes and gives off an ammonia-like
    odor characteristic of stale old urine.

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CATS URINATES OUTSIDE OF LITTER BOX
  • There are a number of reasons as to why your
    cat may have started turning up his or her tail
    at the place he or she is supposed to pee. Owners
    often think cats urinate in inappropriate places
    as a way of getting even, but they lack the
    sophisticated cognitive abilities needed to
    concoct a revenge strategy.

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TIPS FOR CLEANING CAT URINE
  • Grab a paper towel, and try to blot up as much of
    the urine as possible. If it's a large spot and
    you don't want to waste paper towels, use a cloth
    towel or old clothes that can be thrown away. If
    the spot is on the carpet, stand on the wet spot
    (remember to wear shoes).
  • Don't rub the stain. If it's dry, pour cold water
    on the stain, and blot.
  • Avoid using detergents with ammonia in them. The
    "pee smell" in them might encourage your cat to
    mark the spot again.
  • Use a commercial product found at your pet store
    or a homemade mixture from ingredients found
    right in your own home. Make sure to test either
    of the two on a small area first.

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  • Here's a good homemade solution mix a water and
    vinegar solution. Vinegar is great for killing
    bacteria. This mixture is perfect for both old
    and new stains. Try 1 1/2 cups of warm water and
    a 1/2 cup of vinegar. Pour this concoction over
    the stain and soak for about 3 to 5 minutes.
    Note vinegar is not good for marble or stone.
  • There's nothing like good all-purpose baking
    soda. After the water and vinegar solution is
    dry, sprinkle the area with baking soda. How much
    is enough? A lot.
  • You're not done just yet with the homemade
    remedies. Mix 3/4 cup of three percent hydrogen
    peroxide (you know you have some under your
    bathroom sink) with 1 teaspoon of dish detergent.
    Sprinkle this solution over the baking soda and
    test a small spot. You need to do this because
    sometimes peroxide can discolor or bleach fabrics
    (source). Work the baking soda into the fabric or
    carpet.

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  • it's time to let the mixtures dry for a few
    hours. Once the spot's good and dry, vacuum the
    excess baking soda. If the stain is extremely
    tough, repeat the entire process again.
  • If homemade mixing is not your thing, there are
    commercial products on the market that work well
    too. Make sure to look for cleaners that contain
    enzymes because they work to break down the urine
    and neutralize the odor (source). Make sure you
    follow the instructions carefully on these
    products.
  • Just because you can't see the stain, doesn't
    mean you can't smell the stain. Deodorizing must
    be part of the equation. Once again, baking soda
    and a mixture of detergent and water will help
    minimize odors.

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HOME MADE TIPS FOR CAT URINE REMOVAL
  • Vinegar-Baking Soda Spray
  • White vinegar is a miraculous substance that
    will get rid of even the old accident stains that
    might have been missed if a dog did a ninja-pee
    behind the bookshelves or something. Baking soda
    is natures odor remover, and teamed up with
    vinegar, does a great job at getting rid of
    odors!

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  • Hydrogen-peroxide/baking soda mixture
  • Hydrogen peroxide is another great substance
    when it comes to breaking down the crystals of
    urine and pulling out stains. Combine it with
    naturally deodorizing baking soda, and you have
    another great solution for cleaning up stains.

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  • Citrus-enzyme cleaner
  • Popular stain removal products often have
    lengthy labels telling about how they use
    enzymes to digest and break down stains and
    odors on a molecular level. It sounds mighty
    fancy, but with a little time and patience you
    can easily make your own.

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CONTACT US FOR CAT URINE REMOVAL
  • Pet Supplies 4 Less
  • www.petsupplies4less.com
  • Phone 877-813-7387
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