I simply adore cats, don’t get me wrong, but this doesn’t mean that the house has to smell like a litter box. I tell this to my boyfriend very often. He has a cat, and for some unknown reason, she (Sika is a she for us) is peeing on the living room carpet. It’s her favorite litter! I tried all sort of methods to break down this bad habit, but Sika is vindictive and she pees on the same spot on the same carpet.
Honestly, when I get inside the house, the smell catches my nose and it’s not a pleasant homecoming. As Sika can’t be send away, I have to find a way in removing that bad cat urine odor and habit of peeing elsewhere beside the liter.
It seems that the saving solution is found in your kitchen cupboards.
How to proceed:
Well, start by identifying the spot where your cat is doing the first base job and neutralize the smell.
Now, mix 2 parts of vinegar with 1 part of water in the spray bottle and start spraying over the pee stain until the area is damp. Leave it there to act for 15-30 minutes, and then rub the stain using a cloth to dry the carpet a bit.
Of course, you can spray all over the carpet, after you’ve vacuum it completely, to freshen it up.
The next move is to take the carpet outside and let it dry out or you can use a hairdryer for that.
If the pee stain is fresh, this vinegar-based cat urine solution will be extremely effective, but if the cat pee stain is old, then you have to use the Nature’s Miracle solution which will definitely clean any messy stain and remove the odor from the carpet.