How to get rid of cat urine odor

Has your cat peed somewhere it shouldn’t have?

Can you still smell that nasty ammonia cat pee?

Is your cat still peeing where you’ve already cleaned up?

If you’ve answered yes to any of those questions, keep on reading!

My first cat, Dutchie

This old boy of mine used to only pee on something that was left on the floor unfolded.

Recently I tried changing cat litter and I also downgraded to only one litter box. Boy was I wrong about doing that. My poor couch paid the price.

Luckily, I found a remedy that actually works! Check it out below.

You need things you already probably have at home.

  • Baking soda
  • Peroxide
  • Dish soap
  • Spray bottle

So for fabric, check a small spot first. My couch has no issues.

  1. Mix peroxide and a couple drops of dish soap in spray bottle.
  2. Dab up any urine.
  3. Sprinkle baking soda on area
  4. Spray solution onto soda
  5. Let dry and then vacuum up.

After you have done this process, I strongly recommend using an enzyme cleaner which will help prevent your furry friend using the bathroom there again.

Do you have any of your own remedies? Let’s hear them!

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