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DIY Tip Removes Cat and Dog Urine from Carpet. Mix 1 part water and 3 parts vinegar. Spray on carpet stain. Let it soak for 30 minutes. Mix 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide, 2 teaspoons of baking soda with a squirt of dish-washing liquid. Shake well. Spray and let soak. Caution: Peroxide may change the carpet color, so this tip works best on white or off-white carpeting.
Pet Oder Neutralizer DIY - tried this. Just put a small bowl of vinegar and small bowl of baking soda in pet room over night. Pet orders were virtually gone the next morning. Before doing this I cleaned floor real good and left window open a little. ALWAYS check with your Vet before using ANY new products/meds on your pet!!
Pet Odor Eliminator 1. Supplies: Empty spray bottle, water, mouthwash, newspaper. 2. In an empty spray bottle combine 2 parts water to 1 part mouthwash. 3. Spray mixture on whatever upholstery is soiled (It does not need to be soaked. A little goes a long way). Lay newspaper over the sprayed area & let dry. The newspaper will absorb the smell. Repeat if necessary. Your cushions or carpet may smell minty fresh, but once it wears off the urine smell will be gone. (source was broken)
Dog Urine Odor Be Gone! Tested and proven. All you need is a water bottle + H2O + White Vinegar + Tide Detergent. Use 6 oz water, 2 oz Vinegar and 1 tablespoon of Tide. Squirt on affected area and Voila, odor should be gone in less than 24 hours! I used this on my carpet, pillows and couch (new puppy!) Works like a charm.
Can't get the smelly dog or cat urine smell out of the carpet? This method works! Spray area thoroughly with a mix of vinegar & water (50/50), blot to remove excess moisture, sprinkle a handful of baking soda over the area, and spray with a mix of hydrogen peroxide (3% - do not use any stronger) and mild dish detergent (ratio: 1/2 c peroxide to 1 tsp detergent). Scrub into carpet and let it dry.