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My go-to. There's no store bought spray I've ever used that adds up to Remove Cat Urine and Dog Urine from carpet quite like this one. Mix 1 part water, and 3 parts vinegar. Spray. Let it soak for 30 minutes. Mix 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide, 2 teaspoons of baking soda, and a squirt of dish-washing liquid. Shake it well. Spray, and let it soak/dry. Adjustments can be made for the measurements, to your liking.


For all of our fans who have been asking about how to get rid of dog odor from the house, we’ve tracked down some tips to help you get control of dog odor for good. We all know that having our dogs in...


How to Get Rid of Dog Pee Smell on a Wood Floor

If you just brought a new puppy home or have an older dog with a weak bladder, chances are you've cleaned up a urine accident or two. Even if you immediately clean up the stain, the pee still can leave an undesirable odor. Because of dogs' strong senses of smell, you need to completely eliminate the odor or your pet may continually urinate in that...

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How to Remove Dog Urine Odor From a Tile Floor

No matter how old, young or well-trained your dog is, there will occasionally be urine accidents. Dog urine on tile floor is relatively easy to clean up. Remove the urine and clean the tile as soon as possible, as this will prevent the urine from soaking into any porous tile materials. While there are plenty of commercial products for removing...


What to Spray on Carpet to Keep Dogs From Peeing

Lemon juice also work great as an dog urine odor remover. Mix lemon juice -- commercial or freshly squeezed -- with water and sprinkle it on your carpets. This smell is pleasant for people, but will keep your dog at bay. The citric acid is also effective if you want to clean and remove urine odor from carpets.

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If traces of urine odor remain on your carpet from an unfortunate accident, that odor may signal to your pet that “This is where you go”. Since many pet urine stains are invisible to the naked eye, you can use a handheld blacklight to spot them. Just turn the lights out and move the blacklight around the room, a few inches above the carpet, until you spot the conspicuous glow of a urine stain. Then tackle the stain immediately.