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December 23, 2021

How to Remove Cat Urine Smell on Surfaces - Part 2


Are you ready for more techniques to effectively remove cat urine on surfaces? Let’s continue what we started on our previous blog.

Cats are lovely companions at home. Cats are considered low-maintenance pets. There is no need to spend money on formal training, and they don't require much effort to take out multiple times a day and even clean themselves. When compared to dogs, they are much easier to house train. 

However, cleaning after their pees can be challenging, especially on wooden floors and furniture. 

Continue reading as we give more tips on effectively cleaning your cat's urine and removing its smell all over your house. 

Use Hydrogen Peroxide and Baking Soda with White Vinegar

The problem with urine on wooden floors is that it can absorb and become saturated over time. We'll have to work harder and use a urine cleaner if this happens. Hydrogen peroxide may assist you in removing the stain and odor left by your cat's urine. Try to check an area of the wood first. To avoid causing damage to the finish of your wood, you must exercise extreme caution.

How can Hydrogen Peroxide be used effectively? After pouring hydrogen peroxide over the stain, cover it with a cloth soaked in hydrogen peroxide. It is necessary to use plastic to warp the fabric. Put something heavy on top and leave it for the night to avoid displacement.

White vinegar and baking soda are two other ingredients that can help you clean up after your cats' urine. The ability of vinegar to suppress urine odor in both wet and dried urine makes it an excellent candidate for do-it-yourself solutions for pee stains and fragrance. They are safe because they are natural ingredients that will not harm the woods, but test a small area first to ensure no damage can be done. 

Use Enzyme Cleaners

Cats pee wherever and whenever they can, so it's no surprise that you can find their urine smells all over your bed sheets and some of your clothes. Here are some steps in cleaning your bed sheets with urine stains and smells

  • Using paper towels, blot up as much cat urine as possible.
  • Use a urine-specific enzyme cleaner and test it on a hidden area of the stained laundry.
  • Soak the stain in your enzyme cleaner 
  • Blot up the cleaner with paper towels and allow the stained area to air dry.
  • To avoid odor transfer, wash your laundry separately from the cat urine.
  • Wash the clothing or sheets in cold water with an enzyme detergent and a pound of baking soda.
  • The line dries the laundry to ensure that the stain and odors are removed. 

Allow Fresh Air to Enter the Room

Even if you've tried numerous methods for adequately dealing with cat urine, the house may still smell bad. To get rid of this odor, you must allow fresh air to enter and exit your space. Air fresheners may be helpful too, but they will not solve the smell problem for you. 

To get rid of the urine odor in your home, open the windows and turn on the ceiling fans. Allow the air to circulate for at least an hour to help remove the scent. Then you must thoroughly clean your home. from the walls to the carpets, the floors, the upholstery, and other surfaces. Professional cleaning services may be useful to you.

Conclusion

Cleaning urine from surfaces in your home can be challenging. However, we always want to ensure that we live in an environment healthy for us, our family, and our pets. 

To ensure deep cleaning in your house, why not seek help from deep cleaning services. Queen Bee Cleaning Services might be who you need. We offer different services from home cleaning service to your office. We also can give you the best Airbnb cleaning services. Contact us today!

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