Natural Odor Neutralizer
A Natural Remedy for Getting Rid of Cat Urine Odor in the House
22 May 2017 | (No Comments)

Natural Odor Neutralizer

There’s no place like “home sweet home,” except if your home doesn’t smell so sweet because the family cat refuses to use its litter box.

Cat urine is a very bad smell that is extremely hard to get rid of. If you want to prevent your cat from peeing in places where it shouldn’t, like the family-room rug, you absolutely must take steps to make that awful odor go away. Because, once your cat makes its mark, it is very hard to stop it from doing it again, and again, and again. And then, you have more than a soiled spot to clean up. You have a damaged rug, padding and maybe even a smelly sub-floor, which is not a problem you want to have if you ever decide to sell your house.

The longer you wait to clean up cat urine, the harder it becomes to neutralize the stink.

So what should you do to clean up after kitty?

First, blot up the moisture with paper towels. If you’re wary of chemical-based products that could be harmful to your cat, you could try a few homemade remedies, but don’t use an ammonia solution. You’ll only add more of a similar smell to the spot. Vinegar and water, or a baking soda paste could help for a while, but you’ll likely detect lingering whiffs, especially on hot, humid days. Damp air seems to bring out the worst smells. And, of course, one sniff will attract kitty to that spot again.

What you should do is neutralize the soiled area. An enzyme-treatment solution, such as ekoserve’s Natural Odor Neutralizer will target and break down bacteria in the urine. That’s how to safely knock out cat smells for good.

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