How To Get Cat Pee Smell Out Of Carpet

Oh no, Your lovely cat peed on your beautiful carpet and

Now the smell is knocking your head out, but you don’t know how to get cat pee smell out of the carpet.

I feel you girl, because I’ve been there.

So, let me help you out.

If you have carpet and cats in your home, then you’re likely aware of the unpleasant cat urine smell that can linger for weeks or even months. Fortunately, there are a few simple things you can do to get rid of the smell and make your carpet clean again.

The easiest way to get cat pee smell out of carpet is by using an odor eliminator spray.

Carpet odor eliminator spray is a product that is designed to help remove the unpleasant odor from carpets. It can be purchased in stores or online, and it is usually easy to find. The spray contains natural ingredients that are supposed to work together to remove the odor. If there are other methods you’ve been trying, they will be helpful to know because there is nothing worse than finding out that your carpet has a horrible odor.

We have a review on the best carpet odor eliminator spray.

But if you want to do it by yourself, then there are definitely a few things you can do.

To remove cat urine smell from carpet, we need to deal with the wet and soiled components at first because it is in these areas which typically hold stronger odors. If there is any water involved, then buy some paper towels or face cloths and soak up some of that moisture as quickly as possible before it has a chance to sit for too long on the carpet fibers. 

Otherwise, those wet areas, although being in the spot where all of it originally occurred, will continue to absorb and keep reeking after washing. When dealing with dried up urine, wipe over the carpet fibers gently. Using that paper towel or face cloth, use it to dry any remaining moisture using a light and gentle patting motion until you are sure no more is wetted in the fibers of your carpeting. 

First Find The Source/Spot:

It seems crazy at first, but the most important thing to do is actually find out where exactly your cat peed. You can’t treat something you don’t know about.

if it’s dried up then the best way to find it of course is by finding a trail or smears on the floor – spray with some pet odor eliminator and see if there’s any change in how bad that smell gets! If this doesn’t work then use your nose…. Or ESP maybe 😉

Do it fast, because the longer it gets, the worse it smells.

Extract Cat Urine

extract cat pee using a towel type something.

Put Out The Urine With An Enzymatic Cleaner

Cat urine is hard to remove and can be very difficult to get out of carpet. However, there are some great products that can help you get rid of the cat urine smell in your carpet. An enzymatic cleaner can remove the urine odor from the carpet, but it must be used immediately after you discover the cat has urinated on your carpet. The enzymatic cleaner must be left on the carpet for about an hour before it will completely remove the urine odor.

The enzymatic cleaners break the ammonia (a component of urine) down into nitrogen compounds, which are then absorbed and removed from the carpeting. After using an enzyme cleaner on your carpets, there will still be a slight odor due to cat ions. However, if you immediately vacuum up any wet spots, no more urine smell should occur. It is also recommended that you clean hard surfaces. 

If you are unable to find an enzymatic cleaner, then you can use vinegar with water.

A word of caution: do not use hot water, instead use cold water. The ratio will be 1:1.

After that, wipe the enzymatic cleaner from the carpet by using a wet towel. Leave it like this for about an hour.

I hope this will work, if it doesn’t.

Then, use carpet odor eliminator spray.

To sum up: Cat pee smell can be a serious problem if left untreated. It is best to prevent the issue from happening in the first place by keeping your cat indoors and using litter boxes for both indoor and outdoor cats. If you already have a cat, it’s important to keep up with regular cleaning of litter boxes to ensure that there are no lingering odors. How to get cat pee smell out of the carpet Catching the odor before it sets in is key, so always remember to check your litter box daily for any signs of an issue.

by Claire
My business background is in Customer Service, which has led nicely into my role in the cleaning industry. I love meeting new people, and spending time with our customers. I am never in a rush to leave and ensure we not only carry out a thorough job, but have time to chat to some of our lonelier clients if required.

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