Tips To Clean Cat Urine Odors And Have An Odor Free Home
As someone that used to have 6 cats I am sure you can imagine the difficulty I faced keeping the urine odors to a minimum. Just Like I am almost positive that you know someone or have experienced yourself the delightful smell of cat urine odors if they are not kept in check.
Working families have a hard enough time trying to run a busy household and adding a cat or two to the mix makes things more difficult. Cat urine is one of the hardest odors to completely get rid of and while it hangs around it can give off the most unpleasant odors.
Cat urine odors and stains are almost impossible to get rid of without using the right products. Unfortunately, big box retail floods the market and your brains through TV ads, with inadequate products that do not work. It is all about sales for them they don’t care if it works or not. With the economy the way it is, getting it right the first time is more important. Not only do you save time, you save your hard earned money.
Many cat owners get acclimated to the smells dealing with urine odors and stains on a regular basis so it is like an everyday smell to them and they live with it. If you ever wondered why friends and family made an excuse not to come over, now you know, it was the cat urine smell. They just didn’t know how to tell you.
Cats are very picky animals and if they have a dirty litter box they will find a nice out of the way place to handle their business. This usually ends up being in a corner, in the laundry, behind the furniture, on the furniture, on potted plants and indoor trees, I’m sure from experience you can come up with 20 more places. Unfortunately, not knowing where your cat did her business will result in you not finding out where until you notice that familiar odor.
Cat urine is made up of made up urea, creatine, uric acid, sodium and other electrolytes. As the cat urine dries the urea gets broken down by bacteria which gives it that unmistakable ammonia smell. Drying further the cat urine releases thiols which are typically very volatile and strong smelling and the longer it goes untreated the more embedded the urine becomes making the smell much harder to deal with. That is why it is necessary to learn how to clean cat urine completely.
There are many homemade methods to neutralize cat urine odors and stains from your carpet or furniture. Some of these include household items like baking soda and water, vinegar and water, or even Listerine. There is many other home cooked remedies but more times than not, you will end up with the same result. A bigger mess and you still have a urine odor issue. These methods do not break down the cat urine and get rid of the odor so the smell eventually returns.
A professional cleaning service is out of most household budgets while the junk that is on the store shelves just covers up your problem. So do you decide to live with cat urine odors and let your cat run your home or do you get proactive and educate yourself and use a product that is guaranteed to eliminate cat urine on contact?
The best part is the product that you are going to be using
is completely Odorless, and isn’t that the way you want your home?
Learning how to remove urine and having the right tools for the job and the knowledge of how to use them will get you started in the right direction. Now when company comes over to your home they won’t even be able to tell you have a cat unless it jumps up in their lap..
While you are here you can pick up a bottle of KO Odorless Odor Eliminator and KO Pet Spot and Stain Remover. Once you have these in your cleaning closet, bad odors and stains will no longer be a problem. In the future you will be well prepared and the clean up will become routine instead of a chore.