The Best Way to Remove Urine Stains and Odours – Cleansmart

The Best Way to Remove Urine Stains and Odours

Dealing with pet urine can be a frustrating and unpleasant task. Whether you have a new puppy or an older pet, accidents happen. But fear not, with the right approach and a few simple steps, you can effectively remove pet urine and eliminate any lingering odours. In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of removing pet urine from various surfaces, ensuring a clean and fresh environment for both you and your furry friend.

What are the best cleaning solutions for pet urine?

When it comes to cleaning pet urine, it's crucial to use the right cleaning solutions. Here are a few options to consider:

  • Enzymatic cleaners:¬†Products like¬†urineFREE¬†are specifically designed to break down the proteins in pet urine, effectively eliminating both the stain and the odour
  • Micro-emulsion technology : Products like¬†Odarid contain the latest cutting edge technology combined with micro-emulsion technology to completely destroy cat urine and dog urine
  • Vinegar and water: A mixture of vinegar and water can be an effective homemade solution for removing pet urine. The acidic properties of vinegar help neutralise the odour, but doesn't remove the uric acid¬†as well as Odarid or urineFREE.
  • Baking soda: Sprinkling baking soda on the affected area can help absorb the odour. Leave it on for a few hours before vacuuming it up.

Step-by-step guide to removing pet urine:

Now that you have the right cleaning solutions, let's dive into the step-by-step process of removing pet urine:

Step 1: Act quickly

As soon as you discover the pet urine, it's important to act fast. The longer the urine sits, the harder it will be to remove the stain and odour.

Step 2: Blot the area

Using a clean cloth or paper towels, gently blot the urine to absorb as much liquid as possible. Avoid rubbing, as it can spread the urine and make the stain worse.

Step 3: Apply the cleaning solution

Depending on the surface, apply Odarid or urineFREE. These products  can be used on  carpets and upholstery, hard surfaces

Step 4: Let it sit

Allow the cleaning solution to sit on the affected area for the recommended amount of time. This will give it enough time to break down the urine and eliminate the odour.

Step 5: Blot again

After the cleaning solution has had time to work, blot the area again to remove any remaining moisture.

Step 6: Rinse and dry

If possible, rinse the area with clean water and blot it dry ( this is not essential ). This will help remove any residue from the cleaning solution.

Step 7: Prevent future accidents

To prevent future accidents, consider using pet training pads or teaching your pet proper bathroom habits. Consistency and positive reinforcement are key.

By following these steps and using the right cleaning solutions, you can effectively remove pet urine and keep your home clean and odor-free. Remember, patience and persistence are essential when dealing with pet accidents. With time, training, and the right cleaning techniques, you and your pet can enjoy a clean and fresh living space.